Here are some photos of a steam shower and bathroom that I installed in Loveland, Colorado with 18 x 18 inch porcelain tile and bronze colored glass inserts.
The glass is 2 x 2 inch individual tiles with a bronze backing which give the face of the glass an overall bronze color with a lot of textured look throughout. A 4 x 4 inch insert (consisting of four glass tiles) was installed in the center of each shower wall and every other corner of the bathroom floor. Each corner of the steam shower has the mosaics installed one foot out from each from the floor to the ceiling.
The shower floor is a regular mud bed formed shower pan and the walls are durock brand cement board with Redgard as the waterproofing membrane. Redgard is a liquid brush or roll on membrane which, when cured, leaves a latex-like membrane over the top of the surface on which it is applied. Although this is an industry accepted method of building steam showers I now prefer to use Schluter’s Kerdi waterproofing membrane rather than Redgard or other liquid membranes.
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You may click on any of the images below for a full-size image. I did the best I could with the photos since they were taken with my old camera and do not have nearly the resolution of most of my photos.