A shower niche is a practical and stylish vessel for all your necessities. A permanent tiled niche not only looks great, it won’t gather mold, as a plastic hanging storage unit can. In addition, show niches also provide great utility. The location of a shower niche is space and use dependent. Shower niches can reduce clutter while adding a new feel and dimension to your shower space.
The latest trend is moving away from tubs while creating a larger shower space. Shower caddies are useful but usually lack aesthetic appeal. Built-in shower wall niches can be as functional as they are striking. Niches can hold a wide range of items, including shampoo bottles and candles for ambience. One niche could even have lighting and a fog-free mirror with a ledge to hold a razor and shaving cream. Just remember to have the wall framed to accept a niche.
Pictured below are some examples of shower niche remodeling projects.
It was nice how you pointed out that not only will there be a new dimension and feel to the bathroom, but there will also be a way to reduce the clutter in the shower room. Actually, I usually leave shampoo bottles and soap on the floor of the shower every time I use it, and it upsets my mom. She said it looks messy, and sometimes, she steps on the soap. Because of this, I do think we need to have a shower niche in the bathroom.