You may be considering a tile design for your shower area if you are remodeling your bathroom. Especially around the shower area, tile floors and walls are very common in bathrooms where they could easily take the place of drywall but give the bathroom a more stylish look than a simple fiberglass frame.
An opportunity to enhance the design of a bathroom is a shower tile border. Breaking up the monotony of a shower could be helped by adding color contrast and texture of tile border for bathrooms.
Shower borders can also become focal points in a bathroom and help to establish the style of the bathroom itself. You will be helped to decide what type of tile border is most appropriate in your own home by considering your materials and how they lend themselves to different look.
Faux Wood Tiles
Sometimes, ceramic tiles are fashioned to imitate the look of wood. Homeowners are provided with alternative tile border options in the bathroom by these faux wood tiles. Faux bamboo tiles coordinate well with a Zen-inspired shower design.
A nice accent in a modern, slick shower would be made by tiles that give the appearance of a dark wood grain. In a country bathroom, medium-colored wood grains that copy the look of wood flooring would make a rustic statement.
With the increasing popularity of carved wood sinks and tubs, homeowners are also allowed by faux wood tiles to incorporate similar style into their shower borders.
In the bathroom, mosaic tile borders make for an instant focal point. Geometric patterns could be used in a mosaic border to add a splash of color in a contemporary or minimalist shower space. The beautiful additions would be made by organic shapes like waves or leaves to a casual seaside or country bathroom, which should be considered for your bathroom tile borders.
Ceramic tiles in various plant and animal shapes are included to create whimsical mosaic borders for a child’s bathroom. In order to create sparkling and colorful mosaic border, glass tiles and glass beads should be considered to be combined for a dressy shower. Both modern and relaxed design styles could be accommodated by mosaic shower borders.
It could be quite beautiful when you are considering incorporating stones into tile borders. Much like paving a landscaping pathway, stones could be set and grouted easily into bathroom walls. In tropical bathrooms, pebbles in natural, soft colors are particularly interesting, which you could carry over the tile border into backsplashes and surroundings.
Cobblestones could complement a rustic bathroom where traditional borders would feel too normal, and also, it comes in a large variety of colors. On the other hand, square and large cobblestones would appear elegant as a shower border, giving old-world character to a bathroom. An unexpected design element in a shower is created by stone borders.