The shower wall panels transforming UK bathrooms

Shower wall panels are a touchy subject in some homes. Outdated moulded plastic can crack, attract unsightly mildew and even let water come into contact with walls.

If you are a DIYer with a potential disaster on your hands, you will be pleased to know there is a simple solution. Laminated, acrylic and composite shower wall panels are the bang on trend alternatives to their unattractive and high-maintenance predecessors.

Low maintenance, robust and totally waterproof, they add a real touch of style to any shower space. Whether you want to freshen up a traditional cubicle or create a stunning wet room, you will find the widest choice in online store WetWall. It is packed with fabulous ideas to help you achieve a high-end look at an affordable price.

Modern shower wall panels

Hygienic, fire resistant and visually stunning, WetWall’s product range includes shower wall panels in the widest selection of finishes. Choose from expensive-looking marble and natural stone panels, bold and glossy solid colour tones and even wood and metallic effect. Whatever your decor tastes, it has something that will catch your eye.

“Our shower wall panels are manufactured to last, so they don’t just look good – they are highly durable too,” said a spokesman. “Available in a range of sizes and thicknesses, they solve the problem of how to keep walls dry while lifting the look of an entire space. With prices to suit all pockets, we are committed to delivering only the very best wet wall solutions at the lowest prices.”

Best-selling shower wall panels

Because style matters, Wet Wall’s range focuses on finishes that consumers really want. You won’t have to compromise when it comes to choosing the right finish for your project – and you can be guaranteed of first-class customer service and home delivery.

Want to give your shower the celebrity look or ooze luxury? You won’t have to spend a fortune to get the look you want with WetWall. Take a peek at what is on offer at

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