I am a newbie to the renovating world, well in the area that I want to tackle at least, the bathroom. And I need some knowledgeable help. I am just going to throw it all out there because I don't know what you might be wanting to see.
I have gotten sick of what my bathroom shower looks like and have decided to fix it up. Years ago my father put in the 'new' shower and never did anything after installing it. Now I've had it with seeing all the spiders up in the corners.
Here is what one corner of the shower looks like and the other is...
There are some screws on each side of the plastic shower edges which I figure I can just zap in a bit tighter so they don't stick out.
But what I want to do with this is put some kind of tile up there. I saw some glass colored tiles at Menards lately
that I liked, on a string mesh so that you can cut it accordingly. I thought something like that would be nice to put up there.
What is your opinion on doing that above the shower? Should I be putting down something like another layer of wood before the tile, well evidently on the right side since there are big gaping holes there, but all over as well? And is there anything I should do about the top edge of the shower as well, since it has a small ledge at the top?
Another picture for effect: