When it comes to decorating bathrooms, many of us will opt for a coat of paint with stencil art or thick plain wallpaper. Unfortunately over time, through the constant contact with water, a painted or a wallpapered wall in the bathroom can begin to look worn and tatty. If this sounds like your bathroom, why not consider re-decorating with a material which is designed to withstand splashes of water, such as interior wall cladding, which is available through your local bathroom specialists.
Although wallpaper has been adapted over the years to become more resilient to wetness and condensation, it is still prone to peeling away from the wall. Wall cladding on the other hand, promises to withstand the spills and splashes which come at bath time, particularly when young children are involved, and it’s also designed to help reduce the condensation which builds up.
Through your local bathroom specialists you’ll be able to find a wide range of bathroom wall cladding designs available, ranging from the modern through to the contemporary, so whatever design you’re after and whatever look you want to achieve within your bathroom, you’ll be able to find the ideal product.
Some of the more contemporary designs which are currently available include black panels which offer a slight sparkle when the light reflects off them, light grey panelling complete with faux grout lines and light blue marble effect panelling; all of which are available in various sizes.
However, it isn’t just the range of designs available and the waterproof technology which is making wall cladding a popular material to use in bathrooms and kitchens; it’s also the ease in which it can be installed and cleaned.
Unlike tiles, cladding doesn’t need any grouting. Instead, the tongue and groove technology enables it to lock together easily – even over previously damaged walls. Should the surface become dirty, you won't need to spend hours trying to scrub away any dirt, as cladding is easy to wipe clean.
If you’re looking to provide your bathroom with extra waterproofing protection but you don’t want to compromise on the design, style and elegance that your bathroom already offers, then why not consider installing wall cladding which is available from your local bathroom specialists. For more information surrounding the benefits or designs available, speak to your local bathroom firm.