Corner shower caddy – Custom shower building gives builders an opportunity to construct a shower to unique specifications and include any number of desired features. A frequent inclusion in specially built enclosures is a corner shower caddy. Also known as recessed shelves or a shower, a space that is built into the wall of a shower for comfortable, extra storage space in the shower and if designed well, lends to a shower unique and appealing look.
Cut the space in the wall where the corner shower caddy will be installed. To remove existing tile, mortar and perhaps metal lath, use a cold chisel and hammer to chip away at the tiles and mortar and use a cutting tool to remove the metal. The space cut should be placed between two wall studs. Build and install the framework of the depression. Measure and cut sections of cement backer board to fit the back, sides and top and bottom of the opening. Install cement backer board, starting with the back wall. Follow the rear panel with the side panels and sections for the top and bottom. Secure the backer board with screws. Cutting a section of a waterproof membrane to fit within the opening and extending in the surrounding wall.