A stone niche shelf is a luxurious and functional addition to any shower. With its timeless beauty and durability, stone is an excellent choice for a niche shelf that will last for many years. When installing a stone niche shelf, be sure to follow all safety guidelines and consult with a professional if necessary. With proper installation and maintenance, your stone niche shelf will provide a touch of elegance to your bathroom for years to come. Available stone options are granite, marble, travertine, and quartz. Our many color and shade options are a good opportunity to find the best matching color. 

The original form of the stone niche shelf is finished on the top surface and front side. One of the long edges is eased edge, which means slightly beveled to soften the edge. If the short sides and bottom are visible, you can have them finished, too. 


To keep your stone niche shelf looking its best, it is important to maintain it properly. Regular cleaning with a mild soap and water solution will help to keep the stone looking clean and free of stains. Avoid using harsh or abrasive cleaners, as these can damage the stone.

Installing a stone shower niche shelf :

  1. Measure the length of the shower niche that requires a shelf. Use a measuring tape to determine the length and width of the niche.
  2. Choose the stone. Select a stone that matches the tile or stone used in the shower.
  3. If you couldn't find the exact size you need, purchase the next size up and leave us a note in the "order comments" section at checkout, and we cut it to downsize.
  4. Keep the stone in a secured place and don't step on it until the installation. Dry fit the stone. Place it into the niche to check the fit.
  5. Apply adhesive. Apply a high-quality adhesive or thinset mortar to the back of the stone, making sure to cover the entire surface. Use a notched trowel to spread the adhesive evenly.
  6. Press the stone into place. Carefully position the stone into the niche.
  7. Allow the adhesive to dry. Allow the adhesive or mortar to dry completely according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  8. Seal the stone. Apply a stone sealer to the surface of the stone to protect it from moisture and stains.