Do you tile a shower ceiling before the walls?
Similarly, you may ask, do you need to tile shower ceiling?
If your bathroom tends to get humid or you are installing a steam shower, you should tile the ceiling to help protect it from moisture. Otherwise, the best time to install tile on the ceiling is if you are doing an accent wall in the shower, and want to extend the tile overhead.
Similarly, should bathroom tile go to the ceiling? For you tile lovers, floor-to-ceiling bathroom wall tiles are the way to go. The look is fresh and modern, and can be done in every shape, size and color there is. Tiling up to your ceiling will also add the feeling of height to your space!
Hereof, where do you start when tiling a shower wall?
Don't start on the edge of the tub or shower Don't start the first row of tile by resting it against the tub or shower. Screw a straight board to the level line and stack tile on the board. When you've completed tiling above the board and the tiles are held firmly, remove the board and cut the first row of tile to fit.
Is drywall OK for shower ceiling?
Conventional drywall is commonly used for ceilings in non-shower/tub areas of bathrooms, although some builders prefer to use moisture-resistant drywall — a.k.a. greenboard — instead. Moisture-resistant drywall is similar to standard drywall but has face paper that's treated for extra resistance to mold and moisture.