Choosing Your Bathroom Panels

Whether you’re looking for a sleek and modern minimalist look or want something to add a hint of natural beauty, there are plenty of finishes to choose from.

With the right design you can achieve a truly beautiful bathroom with panels. They’re much easier to clean too, with fewer, if any, grout lines. It is always recommended to visit showrooms and speak to a professional for the choosing and fitting of bathroom panels.


Whether your bathroom looks tired and shabby, or it’s just in need of some TLC to shake things up, wall panels will bring a new lease of life. They are a great alternative to tiles, they’re easier to keep clean and don’t attract mildew or mould like a tile grout does.

Unlike tiles, most bathroom panels are waterproof and are easy to wipe clean. Some even have a routed ‘grout’ line in the design that looks very realistic and adds to their durability and hygienic qualities.


Colour plays a big role in determining how bathroom panels look. While white is the most popular choice, a variety of other colours are available. Browns are a great option, often chosen for their natural feel. Teamed with neutrals, they add an authentic texture to your space.

Using a deep shade of green on wall panels gives your bathroom a fresh and sophisticated look. Team with a contemporary bath and smart walnut cabinetry, and this bathroom looks stunning.


Whether you are designing your bathroom from scratch or simply revamping one area, wall panels are a modern alternative to tiling that can be a cost-effective and simpler option. Whereas in the past options were limited to uninspiring large sheets of white, the current market is full of different sizes, colours and styles that can help you create a statement finish or a subtle minimalist look.

Many brands specialise in creating small cladding-style panels that mimic the appearance of tiles. The design often involves a mosaic effect or staggered grout lines that add interest to the overall look.


Bathroom wall panels come in a wide variety of colours, sizes and styles. Bold finishes like the wood effect in the Heritage range can add warmth and a sense of luxury to a space, while neutrals and pastel shades are suitable for creating a subtle minimalist look.

As well as being completely waterproof, these bathroom wall coverings can be fitted over existing tiles, saving you time and effort. They’re also hygienic, with no grout to attract mould and mildew.

Unlike tiles, which can discolour over time, bathroom panelling isn’t porous so will stay looking fresh and new for years to come.