Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Bathroom Shower Lighting LED

I have been considering this idea for quite some time, LED lighting incorporated into my ceramic shower shelving. Some people like to shower almost in the dark after a long day of stress. Below is 3 white waterproof LED's 12v low voltage mounted into the underside of one of my 20" modern shampoo shelves. The ceramic tile is gloss black and un grouted.Click on the picture for larger size. We can mount LED lighting in any of my ceramic niches or shower shelves. Visit us at for bathroom niche and shelf ideas.
This picture below is with larger shampoo bottles and 3 -4 1/4" tiles in between.Click on the picture for larger size. We can mount LED lighting in any of my ceramic niches or shower shelves.
These 10 watt stainless fully encapsulated LED light are expected to last 50,000 hours or 12 years @ 10 hours a day on. As shown in the picture below the LED's are fully immersible and throw a lot of light for 10 Watts. Have a bathroom or kitchen back splash with your own custom designed tile lighting.
Below is black modern shower shelves with LED lighting on black 4 1/4" Daltile.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Modern Designed Bathroom

Another recent addition to my bathroom niche and shelf lines is a modern long shelf. This shelf is engineered to be mounted starting in the corner of a tub/shower tile install. The reason for this is too gain support for the shower shelf.
These modern ceramic shelves can hold your shampoos, soaps and toiletries for your tub or shower. With a tile saw an installer can cut these to any desired length for any configuration, only limited by your imagination. Shown with my ceramic toiletry hooks.
Measurements for this new bathroom design idea are below.
Another possible ceramic shelf layout.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Bathroom Tile

On the West Coast I always liked bull-nose plaster corner bead on my drywall work because it softened up the hardness of a ninety degree angle. In the 1920's plaster coved corners were the style in craftsman designed houses, my favorite design because of its warm feel. So, I have designed an interior tile cove corner piece to soften up a bath shower tile job. The picture below is where your tile is butted to the edge of the tile coved corner piece.
These are the first units so I don't have an install to give you the full impact of what these do to your bathroom remodel. These tile corner units are the same length as your standard 12x12" tile.
Overlay the corner over your tile for a different look.