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Showerwall adds new decors to reflect the latest interiors trends

Showerwall has extended its bathroom wall panelling range with 26 new design-led décors reflecting the latest bathroom and interiors trends and advances in registered embossed printing technology. The full collection now offers an extensive choice of 84 designs.

With a focus on of-the-moment design and texture, highlights of the expansive new Showerwall collection include 14 new HPL designs including four new Synchronised options which replicate the look and feel of real marble and stone of Ocean Marble, Shell Marble,  Apollo Marble and Athena Marble and three fashionable terrazzo colourways of Positano Blue Terrazzo, Positano Grey Terrazzo and Stone Terrazzo.

Additions to the Acrylic range include three new pastel colours of Sage, Blush and Sky, five striking wallpaper styles of Vintage Birds, Flamingo, Botanical, Oriental and Pineapple together with four stylish metro and hexagonal tile effects.

Steph Harris, product manager for Showerwall, says: “We pride ourselves on being the first to bring innovative new designs to the bathroom wall panelling market and have made a significant investment in refreshing the collection so that it remains on-trend and relevant to consumer demand.”

Showerwall’s lightweight and high-performance panels are available in sizes of 600mm, 900mm, 1200mm and 1220mm x 2440mm in a choice of square edge or seamless Proclick installation.  Ideal for use in shower enclosures, around baths, behind basins and to create impressive feature walls, the panels are fast and simple to install, even over existing tiles, offering a stylish grout-free surface that is easy to clean and maintain.

Showerwall is a 100% waterproof panelling system, guaranteed for up to 15 years and available ex-stock nationwide from IDS, Ideal Bathrooms and Formula 1.  Contact Showerwall t: 0845 604 7334, e: info@showerwall.co.uk or web: www.showerwall.co.uk

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