Why High-Quality Materials Are The Difference Between A Deluxe Shower And A Dingy One

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Anyone who wants a deluxe shower won’t fool guests or potential buyers by using flimsy and unappealing materials. “When designing a new shower, investing in high-quality materials is the key to achieving an expensive look. Consider using natural stone tiles like marble or travertine for the walls and floors, as opposed to less heavy materials like porcelain or ceramic… These materials not only exude luxury but also age beautifully, adding a timeless elegance to your shower,” Victoria Holly, interior designer of Victoria Holly Interiors, told Homes and Gardens. While ceramic can be easier to clean, marble is sturdier and more long-lasting, making it a better long-term investment.

On TikTok, @_purplegranite posted a before and after video demonstrating how a marble shower can make any bathroom appear more glamorous and high-end. According to the video’s caption, that shower featured Calacatta rose marble — the high-quality pink and gray marble made the shower look super expensive and romantic. If you’re interested in investing in marble material for your shower, remember to look for the marble that best fits your aesthetic, whether it’s all neutral or features a subtle color. Just keep in mind that marble makeovers for your shower can cost over $1,000 or even more than $2,000, so only commit to the upgrade if you can afford it.

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