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How to tile a basement shower

How to tile a basement shower

How to tile a basement shower

how to tile a shower

I’m so excited to share this fun project with you guys. We are finishing our basement, and installing a basement shower was one of the things on our list we knew we wanted to do ourselves, just to save a ton of money. So, we completely DIY’ed this project, and I’m so excited to share the entire tutorial over on Home Depot’s Blog.

how to install a shower stall

We walk you through the entire process, including installing the shower stall, tiling the floors, adding shelves, and installing the shower heads.

how to tile a shower

Speaking of shower heads, could you die at these amazing black shower fixtures? We used the Pfister Venturi line, and it is GORGEOUS!!!

black shower head

You can find this line of faucets, including shower fixtures, sink faucets, and even towel bars exclusively at The Home Depot.

black shower faucet

So head on over to The Home Depot’s Blog blog to check out my blog post and learn how to tile a shower.

*This project was sponsored by The Home Depot. All opinions are my own. I never promote products or companies I don’t love and support in my home. 

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how to tile a shower


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