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black and white mosaic shower floor

Mosaic tiles are the most popular choice for shower floor tiles. The small size of the individual tiles means they conform to the slope and shape of the shower floor better than a larger tile would. There are also more grout lines present between mosaic tiles, offering much-needed slip resistance in the shower.

Shower Floor Tile

Whether you reside in a cabin or a lovely house in the city or suburbs, you can enjoy the organic look of the Floresta pinho ceramic wood look wall and floor tile by Fired Earth Ceramics. In an 8" x 24" plank, this ceramic tile features a realistic woodgrain finish with subtle texture and sheen. The rich brown hues of the wood-like tile make it easy to incorporate color into your decor. The durability of the wood look tile can be appreciated as wall tile or floor tile in virtually any room of your home.

Whether you reside in a cabin or a lovely house in the city or suburbs, you can enjoy the organic look of the Floresta natural ceramic wood look wall and floor tile by Fired Earth Ceramics. In an 8" x 24" plank, this ceramic tile features a realistic woodgrain finish with subtle texture and sheen. The neutral hues of the wood-like tile make it easy to incorporate color into your decor. The durability of the wood look tile can be appreciated as wall tile or floor tile in virtually any room of your home.

Enhance your entryway or refresh areas of your kitchen, bath or even laundry room with the 8" x 48" Padma White porcelain tile from Fired Earth Ceramics. Featuring a cool, cement-like look, plank shape and a matte finish, it offers easy integration into existing living spaces. Grey coloration, infused with lighter grey and white shades, allows easy use as a wall tile and floor tile.

The refined appearance of the Italian Bianco Carrara marble tile from Rush River Stone brings sophistication to your new design. Imported directly from Italian quarries and composed of 2" x 2" squares, each floor tile or wall tile features straight edges and a honed finish that complement the look of the Carrara marble. Grey veining flows across the white background, while flashes of deep charcoal add a dash of drama.

The stacked brick-like appearance of the Italian Bianco Carrara Amalfi marble tile from Rush River Stone brings classic style to your new design. Imported directly from Italian quarries, each floor tile or wall tile features straight edges and a honed, matte finish that complement the look of the Carrara marble. Grey veining flows across the white background, while flashes of deep charcoal add a dash of drama.

Decorate your home with the look of wood and the durable ease of porcelain tile with the Boardwalk Sand Hex floor tile from Fired Earth Ceramics. High-definition veining creates a contemporary effect on this faux wood tile, while gentle hues of pale beige and cream contrast with this 2" hex tile's wet sand accents. The perfect accent or shower pan material.

Durability and style effortlessly work together to create this Olimpo Grigio porcelain floor tile from Fired Earth Ceramics. In a large format 16" x 32" rectangular design, this porcelain tile has the look of brushed onyx infused with grey, white and cream veining and swirls, punctuated by amber highlights. A textured, matte finish provides a slip-resistant surface that is comfortable for you and your guests to walk upon.

Create a natural landscape in your home with the Val Gardena brown wood look porcelain wall and floor tile from Fired Earth Ceramics. In an 8" x 32" plank, this porcelain tile features an earthy brown hue with a realistic wood grain design. Nutty wood and amber lowlights and highlights add dimension and character, making your interior scenery warm and inviting.

Classic and contemporary styles merge in these Calacatta Bianco floor tiles from Fired Earth Ceramics. Smooth and glossy, with subtle grey striations for a modern, marble-like effect, these 8" x 45" durable porcelain tiles will quickly find a home on the floors of your shower, by the tub, or throughout your kitchen. This wall tile presents a bright, cool look that's elegant without being austere.

Enjoy the rich look of wood when you decorate with the Iguazu Cedro porcelain tile by Fired Earth Ceramics. About the size of a natural plank, this 8" x 45" wood look tile adds rustic sensibility with a polished finish. Whether you install it as a floor tile or wall tile, the warm, hazelnut coloring is accented with brown graining, making it a superb complement to a dark grey color palette.

Indulge in a more rustic, natural design when incorporating this Terra Mocha polished travertine wall tile by Rush River Stone into your decor. In a 6" x 12" subway tile design, this travertine tile features a rich chocolate brown color with bold cream highlights. A textured feel and a polished finish give your space timeless appeal.

Mosaic tiles are the most popular choice for shower floor tiles. The small size of the individual tiles means they conform to the slope and shape of the shower floor better than a larger tile would. There are also more grout lines present between mosaic tiles, offering much-needed slip resistance in the shower.

Choose the Best Tile for Shower Floors

The first thing to keep in mind when choosing your tile is to make sure you choose one that is approved for use on the shower floor (or pan). This means that it will stand up to the moisture and environment it will be subjected to. Next, consider the slope (if any) of the shower floor. If there is significant slope or variation in the level of the floor, a smaller tile mosaic will more easily adjust to this shape. Our store associates are happy to help you weigh the options and choose the perfect tile for your shower.

Color

brown stone tile
black and white shower tile
white pebble tile

From real river pebbles to wood-look hexagon mosaics, there is no shortage of tile to add color to your shower floor. Our stone collections naturally occur in beautiful colors while man-made tiles mimic these looks and go beyond into bold colors not found in nature.

Shape

hex floor tile
triangle shower floor tile
pennyround tile in shower

One of the best parts of mosaics is all of the exciting shapes and designs they are available in. Hexagons, penny rounds, natural stones and pebbles, squares, woven patterns and arabesques all add style and an element of design to the often-overlooked floor of your shower.

Material

glass shower tile
wood look shower floor
marble mosaic floor

You can use almost any type of tile material in your shower pan. If you’re on a budget, this is an opportunity to use a more high-end statement piece in a smaller amount. Ceramic, glass, granite, limestone, pebbles, marble, porcelain and quartzite make up The Tile Shop’s wide selection of shower floor tiles.

Ask the Tile Experts

Can you tile a shower floor?

Absolutely! Tile is easy to clean and durable, so it is an ideal material to use for the shower.

What is the best tile for shower floors?

There are a number of tiles that are great to use in the shower pan. Pebbles and cobblestones create a unique look that evokes the feeling of a natural outdoor oasis. Many people who want to create a spa-like feeling in their shower choose this option. Ceramic and porcelain are classic choices that offer endless variety. To play around with patterns, choose a mosaic in your favorite shape for the shower floor tile. With linear drains that fit right into your sleek design, you can use any size tile on the shower floor, even large-format tiles. The most important thing is to choose the tile that is right for you in terms of maintenance and look.

Is it slippery when it’s wet?

The fewer grout lines present, the slipperier shower tile will be. That is why many people opt for mosaics with lots of space for grout or slightly textured tiles that offer slip resistance.

How do you clean shower floor tile?

Make sure to clean your shower tile with a cleaner appropriate and safe for the material as it will vary depending on if it’s stone or man-made. We recommend checking out our Tile Cleaner page to find the perfect one.

Do you need special mortar/grout for shower floors?

This depends on the material you are setting and how you space your tile. An expert associate at The Tile Shop can give you the best recommendation for your project. We also carry coordinating caulks and silicones to finish your shower.

What does it cost to tile a shower floor?

There is a shower tile floor for every budget. Tile costs vary widely, ranging from budget-friendly ceramic and porcelain tiles up to the highest-end marble and detailed mosaics, not to mention that a small shower enclosure will require less tile and cost less than a large walk-in shower. For budget projects, we recommend featuring a more expensive tile, such as a marble mosaic, on your shower pan floor or as an accent on the shower wall. This will help give you a high-end look for less.

Can you tile a shower pan?

Yes, tile is perfect for shower pans. However, you need to prepare the area first with the Wedi shower system or a Superior kit. These ensure that your project is durable and help you customize your shower.

What color of grout is best for tiled shower floors?

You can use any color of grout on your shower floor. The Tile Shop has many different grout color options so you can match your grout to your tile, which is the most common, or you can contrast the tile and grout.

Can I get tile without grout for my shower floor?

You need to grout your shower floor tile project to help make sure it stays secure and intact as the foundation of your home expands and contracts due to temperatures, weather and more. This is especially important in a shower that is always going from hot to cold.

Can I tile over my existing tile in the shower?

You should always tile on a wall or floor clear of other materials. We never recommend tiling over other tiles.