Two different accent tiles make a statement and add a pop of color against the large white tiles in the custom shower.
Today’s bathtubs and showers are much more than functional; they can make a strong design statement.
Whether you go with a freestanding tub, standalone shower or tub-and-shower combination, you have many options as far as style, color and tile.
Whether you choose nickel or bronze, these updates will bring your bathroom up to par with current trends while providing a look that will be appealing for years to come.
I didn’t want to rip it out and re-tile…in our forever house, yes, in this house, not gonna happen. First thing you have to do is remove all the caulk from the areas you will be painting, since you can’t paint over it.
I finally decided to give painting it a whirl, mostly because I like to experiment and I thought some of y’all might be curious about the process. (You can go back and add it after your shower is painted and dry).
(Update – Click here to see how my painted shower is holding up after a year of use! I wavered about doing something with the tile in our master bathroom for a long time.
) Who here has really outdated tile in their bathroom but doesn’t want to rip it out and replace it? It’s not terrible and I don’t hate it…but by the same token I don’t love it either.