- 100% waterproof system
- UK manufactured
- 10-year guarantee
- Minimal maintenance
- Easy to install
Inspired by daytime clouds, our Winter Cloud bathroom wall panel décor has a soft powder blue and pink wisp pattern that continues throughout the length of the board.
A high gloss look, these blue bathroom wall panels are refreshing and understated, pairing perfectly with cotton toweling for a bright and open space.
100% waterproof with minimal maintenance requirements, Selkie wall panels offer a modern alternative to tiling for bathrooms, shower areas and wet rooms.
Manufactured in Scotland to the highest standards, each shower panel is supported by a 10-year guarantee and supplied class 2 fire rated as standard; however, they can be tailored for Class 1 or Class 0 if required.
Bathroom wall panels are sold individually and measure 2420mm (height) x 1200mm (width) x 11mm (thickness), boasting a comprehensive 10-year guarantee.
Price will depend on the core and finish selected.
Creating your dream bathroom space? Make sure our bathroom wall panels are the match for you with our free sample delivery service.
Simply order online and your samples will be sent direct to your home, typically taking between two to five working days to arrive via Royal Mail second class post.
What is the best covering for bathroom walls?
No matter what material you choose, all of our bathroom wall panels are completely waterproof, however it is the guarantee on each finish which changes.
Our laminate wall panels (Nuova and Selkie) are our most premium range and offer the longest guarantee.
Made in-house by our team of highly skilled craftsmen, a laminate wall panels surface is non-porous in nature, with exposed wood edges protected via panel trims and silicone sealant.
Covering large surface areas in seconds, they not only reduce the cost of labour when compared to tiles but also reduce material costs.
How long do wet wall panels last?
All of our laminate wall panels are protected by our 10 year guarantee, subject to correct installation.
Typically a bathroom panel will last up to 15 years before you need to consider replacing your boards.
Can wall panels be used in commercial properties?
Yes, our wall panels can be used in both residential and commercial properties.
Our commercial department are well versed in serving the education, hospitality and healthcare sectors.
For further information on a commercial quote, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Installation of wall panels
Lightweight and easy to cut, our wall panels can be installed by an experienced trades person as well as a DIY enthusiast.
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.
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.