February 20, 2018
Got a shower wall that’s looking lacklustre? Planning to build or renovate a bathroom? Then allow Myaree Ceramics to tell you why a tile recess with glazed porcelain tiles is so necessary for a final stunning and functional bathroom finish.
Everyone’s after the ‘hotel look’.
With the rich colours of Sicis mosaics, many Myaree Ceramics clients have added a splash of colour or a gorgeous pattern to a recessed shower or vanity space. It’s a wonderful opportunity to use an amazing feature in a limited area to achieve a high-impact result.
You’ll save your elbows and head a lot of bumping and scraping.
A recessed tile wall immediately removes the need to hang a shower caddy, so all of those shower necessities don’t sit out on the wall waiting to get in the way. You can add practical tiled shelving within the recess.
Your floor serves its purpose as a floor!
It’s so common it has almost become acceptable to stash product bottles, razors and toothbrushes on the edge of the bath or on the shower floor. Well, not at Myaree Ceramics. We believe the floor is for standing on and letting the water carry your day’s cares away. A bath is for music and champagne! A gorgeous tiled recess on the other hand, tiled in any of our hand-picked glazed porcelain tiles, that’s the answer to a seamless look and proper storage.
Give your bathroom the bold feature you deserve.
Boldness and creativity can be indicators of our own personality. It’s often the reason why people choose the bathroom as one of the personality points of their renovation. Be bold. With the depth of choice of glazed porcelain tiles from Myaree Ceramics, your artistic expression is as close as a chat with our experienced, highly trained design team.
Because you don’t renovate or build every year.
This is the chance to get it right. Have a tiled recess beside the bath. One by the vanity and then a lovely big recess with separate shelf compartments in the shower. There is no limit. Myaree Ceramics can show you previous success stories – our experienced interior designers would love to add you to their catalogue.
We think that whoever thought of purposely putting a hole in someone’s bathroom wall and then tiling it to make a recessed shelf, deserves a medal. Or at least a lifetime supply of shampoo. It has to be one of the simplest ways to store bathroom items out of the way, and at the same time produce such a beautiful stepped-back masterpiece.