Create your own pebble shower floor!

DIY Pebble Shower Floor

Want a refreshing new look to your bathroom? How about this pebble shower floor idea? It’s not only beautiful, it’s also a low-cost flooring project!

Here, your expenses are minimized since you can simply gather good pebble stones from certain locations in your area. Although purchasing bags of stones is not costly, too.

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You can customize it to your liking, whether you like a dark-colored floor or a light one that resembles the beach/sand. (View our album below for ideas!)

Having a pebble shower floor gives you a nice foot massage each time you step on it. And it’s not slippery at all! It doesn’t just look great – it also feels great!

DIY Pebble Shower Floor

As long as you do enough research, your DIY pebble shower floor project should be successful. And while we say it’s a project that can be done on your own, consulting someone with experience is still recommended. That way you can have a high-quality finished DIY project that you can be proud of!

So is this going to be your next ‘challenge’? đŸ™‚

You’ll need these materials:

  • Bags of Pebble Stones
  • Kerdi Floor System
  • Tile Grout
  • Floor Sealer

And this tool:

  • Trowel

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Thanks to Something from Nothing for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here

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