Splashpanel & Showerwall

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Designed for walls, Splashpanel is a stylish and cost effective alternative to tiles. 

The PVC Panels are 100% waterproof - making them perfect for showers, bathrooms and wetrooms. The 10mm thick cellular PVC structure of Splashpanel ensures the panels are hardwearing yet lightweight. The 100% waterproof panels create a fashionable and functional wall covering which is smooth and easy to clean, with no grout lines. With its hygienic, non-porous surface it provides excellent protection against bacteria and stains and is mould resistant too.


SplashPanel Black Crystal

SplashPanel Blue Quartz


SplashPanel Grey Quartz

SplashPanel Metallic Concrete

SplashPanel Silver Travertine

SplashPanel White Marble

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Showerwall is the ultimate versatile easy to fit bathroom wall panelling system, with a moisture resistant MDF core and high-pressure laminate backing that’s designed to deliver a smooth, watertight finish that’s tough, hard-wearing, stain resistant and totally hygienic.

 If you’re looking for premium bathroom wall panels that are a cut above the standard shower boards on the market then Showerwall could be for you.

Pop on to the Showerwall Visualiser to see how your bathroom could look with a refresh! Or just get some ideas of how your refit project could look when you use panels from Showerwall - a great alternative to tiles.

Shower wall aqua ice


Shower wall emerald subway

Shower wall blush


Shower wall ocean marble

Shower wall positano blue terrazzo

Shower wall zamora marble

Available from all our stores, but a greater range is available to view at the Tile and Bathroom Centre at Wrexham.


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