Shower Surround and Tile Floor in the Kuppersmith Project Bathroom

By: Danny Lipford

To give the shower in the Kuppersmith Project bathroom a unique look, a solid surface surround from DeNova was installed, which was scored to resemble 10” x 15” subway tiles.

Once the hole for the Moen ioDIGITAL shower controller had been cut into the panels, adhesive was used to attach the sheets of solid surface material to the walls, so the pattern matched on all sides.

For the floor in the bathroom, our Better Homes & Gardens design team chose an alabaster porcelain tile with a mosaic ribbon inlay that blended perfectly with the solid surface shower surround and granite vanity tops.

Watch this video to find out more.

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  • Richard Says:
    January 25th, 2018 at 2:23 pm

    I started out looking for info for cutting ceramic tile by hand. Right away there was a very easy explanation and video demonstrating the process. Exactly what I was looking for. I noticed there were other videos with other tips on working with tile. Wow. I think your site is the most comprehensive education for the homeowner/do it yourselfer. Thank you.

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Shower Surround and Tile Floor in the Kuppersmith Project Bathroom