Curbless Shower Design

Floor to ceiling stone walls
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#bathroom tiles, shower, vanity, mirror, faucets, sanitaryware, #interiordesign, mosaics, modern, jacuzzi, bathtub, tempered glass, washbasins, shower panels #decorating
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Bathroom Curbless Shower Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 3
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The master bathroom has a curbless steam shower and rain head. The tile is Bianco Carrara polished marble with 3-by-6-inch subway tiles on the walls and 2-inch hexagon tiles on the floor.
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Curbless Shower
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We're thinking about re-tiling our shower this Summer. I've fallen in love with this curbless shower floor and these wood looking tile! Which one do you like?

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Friday, May 8

Curbless Shower Design

Floor to ceiling stone walls
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#bathroom tiles, shower, vanity, mirror, faucets, sanitaryware, #interiordesign, mosaics, modern, jacuzzi, bathtub, tempered glass, washbasins, shower panels #decorating
                                 Source
                         
Bathroom Curbless Shower Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 3
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The master bathroom has a curbless steam shower and rain head. The tile is Bianco Carrara polished marble with 3-by-6-inch subway tiles on the walls and 2-inch hexagon tiles on the floor.
                      Source

Curbless Shower
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We're thinking about re-tiling our shower this Summer. I've fallen in love with this curbless shower floor and these wood looking tile! Which one do you like?

2 Comments:

At May 8, 2015 at 4:17 PM , Blogger Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Very European!! I like them all but the first and last get my favvie vote/s.

 
At May 9, 2015 at 1:45 PM , Blogger Robyn said...

Oh, these are divine, Mary! I love that you can walk freely around the room without stepping in and out - it makes so much more sense. The flow of the same material makes the rooms look so much bigger as well. I love them all but I'm with Michele - the first and the last are extra special :). Enjoy your weekend!

 

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