If you're designing your bathroom, you might be wondering what to do with the walls around your shower. The best option is to install a shower wall cap as a type of trim piece that goes around the top of the walls. Shower wall caps protect the walls from water damage and give them a finished look. Marble, quartz, granite, and travertine shower wall cap options will add a touch of style to your bathroom design.  Shower wall caps are finished on both long sides and one short end. The edge options are bullnose edge, eased edge, and beveled edge... If you couldn't find the size you are looking for, you can use the "Customize Size" option to get the product in the sizes you need.

Installing a stone shower wall cap requires some basic knowledge of working with natural stone and some familiarity with tile installation. Here are the general steps you can follow to install a stone shower wall cap:

  1. Measure the length of the shower wall that requires a cap. Use a measuring tape to determine the length and width of the wall.
  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 are looking for, you can use the "customize size options" button and type the size you need. Please make sure to purchase the next size up, we can cut the original size 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 onto the top of the shower wall 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 onto the top of the shower wall, making sure it is level and flush with the tile. Apply pressure to the stone to ensure good adhesion.
  7. Allow the adhesive to dry. Allow the adhesive or mortar to dry completely according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  8. Grout the joints. Once the adhesive is dry, use a grout float to fill the joints between the stone and the tile. Make sure to use a grout that is suitable for use in a wet environment.
  9. Seal the stone. Apply a stone sealer to the surface of the stone to protect it from moisture and stains.