- 100% waterproof system
- UK manufactured
- 10-year guarantee
- Minimal maintenance
- Easy to install
Our new Gransasso laminate offers a classic grey marble effect.
Marble effect wall panels are sold individually and measure 2420mm (height) x 1200mm (width) x 11mm (thickness).
Price will depend on the core and finish selected.
All Selkie products are supplied class 2 fire rated as standard; however, they can be tailored for Class 1 or Class 0 if required.
Free marble effect laminate samples
Try out our marble effects in your own bathroom before you buy with the help of of free sample delivery service.
Orders are dispatched next working day via Royal Mail second class post.
Is marble good for walls?
Marble is a classic design choice when it comes to bathrooms
and our marble effect wall panels offer a cost effective alternative to real stone tiling options.
Completely waterproof, easy to install andMarble panels luxury finish in your bathroom, shower area or wet room with the use of Rearo’s flagship Selkie Board range - a modern alternative to tiling.
Available in a variety of laminate finishes, this product is manufactured in Scotland to the highest standards, whilst boasting a comprehensive 10-year guarantee.
And, with only a simple wipe down needed, Selkie shower panels require minimal maintenance.
Are marble effect wall panels easy to install?
Which edge should I select for my project?
Selkie panels are available in both a square and tongue & grooved edge.
Square edge panels are clean cut and must be joined via trims (found within our bathroom accessories section), these are most typically used to complete shower areas.
Meanwhile, Tongue and Grooved panels are designed to slot in seamlessly to each other, allowing for panels to be applied to larger wall spaces without disruption.
Please note: During a Tongue & Groove panel installation, Selkie colour match sealant must be used on all joints.
What is the difference between plywood and mdf?
In general, the difference comes from the structure of both materials. Plywood is the traditional choice, made from multiple layers of natural thin veneer that are glued together. Meanwhile, MDF is engineered by breaking down hardwood or softwood residuals into wood fibres, which are then combined with wax and resin to create a smooth surface.
Typically, MDF costs less than plywood, due to its manmade structure, however both materials boast the same waterproof qualities.
Accessories you may need
There are a wide range of corner and edging trims available to finish your panels to perfection. Choose from a satin anodised, white powder coated, black powder coated or a luxury polished aluminium effect to achieve your perfect finish. These Selkie/Ancona range trims can be found in the Accessories section of this website - click on the Wall Board Trims category.
For a 2 panel corner sited shower you will require: 1 Internal Corner and 2 End Cap trims.
For a 3 panel 'U' shaped enclosure you will require: 2 Internal Corners and 2 End Caps.
You may also want to consider using a Panseal Kit also available in the Accessories section, to seal the bottom joint between panels, bath edges and shower trays. Many fitters prefer to sit the panels onto the shower tray and use silicone to seal, but as it is essential to prevent water ingress we recommend using the Panseal Kit to give you a better, longer lasting seal with a cleaner, more aesthetic finish.
And don't forget to order your silicone sealant and wall panel adhesive - also available in the Accessories section.