1. Shower Niche Tile Transition
If you're renovating a shower and including a shower niche then you've come to the right place! This shower niche shows that tile trim can be both functional and beautifully decorative. The V-Caps in the same glaze as the rest of the shower serve their purpose by flawlessly covering the 90° angles of the niche. Cozied up next to the V-Caps are Pencil Liners in a contrasting finish 366 Satin Black. These Pencil Liners in addition to the V-Caps add architectural depth and a trendy touch to the overall shower.
For more shower niche ideas, visit our blog "6 Niche Ideas for Chic Shower Shelving"
2. Bathroom Waincoting Tile Trim
Shower Floor: Small Squares & Bricks: 2"x2" Stacked - 75 Emerald
Trim: 3"x6" Bullnose, Chair Rail, Pencil Liner, Cove Base - 75 Emerald
Photography by Sage E Imagery
Styling by Creekwood Hill
3. Cove Base Bathroom Floor
Cove base trim is most often used to seamlessly transition from wall tile to floor. This specific finishing piece is the best of both worlds: visually appealing and utilitarian. When used in a shower or bathroom, it keeps the walls and flooring underneath the tile safe from water damage. For this particular shower, we love how the designer used Cove Base for the border of the bathroom and a Flat Liner & Bullnose combination for the shower step. These details may seem small but they add to the overall luxury look of the space.
For more luxurious bathrooms, visit our blog "Handmade Tile Trend: Luxe Style"
3"x6" Subway Tile, 3"x6" Bullnose, Cove Base - 1036W Bluegrass.
Victorian Pattern - 366 Satin Black, 1036W Bluegrass, 958 Rainforest, 28 Everglades, 901E Evening Shadow.
Interior Design by Construction2Style
Photography by Emily John Photography.
4. Kitchen Stove Splash Trim
One of our favorite ways to use trim in the kitchen is by surrounding your stove splash. Typically, trim is used to transition from one tile pattern or shape to something else. That could be anything from another tile shape or pattern, wallpaper, paint, or whatever your design eye imagines. In this case, the designer transitions from a Diamond stove splash to a Subway tile backsplash with trendy Flat Liners. For a more ornate or decorative option, consider Chair Rails for your stove splash transition.
For more stove splash inspiration, visit our blog "5 Stunning Stove Splashes Your Kitchen Needs"
5. Edge Glazed Workplace Mural
If you aren't into the idea of finishing pieces then look no further than organic edging with edge glazed tile. This option gives your tile a life of its own by naturally transitioning the tile into the rest of the room. If organic edging is something you're interested in, be sure to inquire about edge glazing. This way the exposed part of your tile will be just as beautiful as the rest.