Wall Cladding & Bathroom Panelling
Our wall cladding also known as bathroom cladding and bathroom panelling is an elegant source of internal decorating for walls and ceilings. They are beautifully stunning, stylish and practical, furthermore, they can be fully utilised in bathrooms, showers, kitchens, utilities, hallways, bedrooms, playrooms, offices and many other locations. They are easy to clean and 100% waterproof.
The wall cladding panels are designed to create the look and feel of luxury and can be installed in about half the time required for tiling. They are a quick and easy, no grout alternative, with little or no preparation required. They can be used anywhere in the house, including in the bathroom. Our bathroom wall coverings are extremely low maintenance and can be fitted in a matter of moments!
The floor to ceiling, tongue and groove, interlocking panels are a low maintenance, hygienic, easy to fit alternative to ceramic tiles. They can even be fitted over existing ceramic tiles, damp or damaged walls and ceilings.
Decorative bathroom panelling is available in a variety of widths, colours and finishes to suit any taste. You can even combine the panels with a decorative mirror insert to suit a wide variety of room types. There will be a design that is just right for you!
We also offer a wide range of bathroom ceiling panels products at fantastic prices.
The bathroom cladding sold by DBS is made to the highest standard possible. Browse our online store to view all our bathroom cladding images and information.
Our online store makes buying simple and safe with Paypal and Sagepay secure payments. We keep our prices low but we never compromise on quality. All our wall cladding and bathroom panelling is of a high standard from top brands such as Swish Marbrex, Plastivan and Dumaplast. Collect from our Warwickshire showroom or request our delivery service.
For more information, please do not hesitate to give us a call on 01827 714 255. Alternatively, you may send us a quick message online.
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