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The New Bathroom Trend You Need to Know About

We’d all love a hotel bathroom – sleek marble, beautiful mosaic tiles, gold embellishments – but revamping your bathroom is an expensive undertaking. Or at least it used to be…

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What if you could makeover your bathroom at a fraction of the usual price? And – importantly during a global pandemic – without having to get any workmen in?

Well you can, thanks to the genius invention of bathroom cladding, the hot new trend in wall coverings.

The cladding, which ‘sticks’ onto the wall and does not require grout or a professional to fit it, can give a bathroom a makeover for the fraction of the price of tiling.

Not only are there plenty of finishes to choose from, if you grow tired of the look, it’s much easier to change it.

Marble is, of course, a favourite of high-end hotel bathrooms, but you can recreate the look for a fraction of the cost with these white marble bathroom wall panels from Decorative Bathroom Systems (DBS) – all available from eBay.

The gloss-finish marble bathroom panels, also known as bathroom cladding, are ideal for any kitchen, bathroom, shower area, wet room, playroom, hallway or even office.

Each panel is 250mm by 2,600mm by 5mm, and generally come in a pack of 10 for £44.95, covering a wall space of 2,500mm by 2,600mm.

The tongue and groove flush fitting panels can be used on walls and ceilings, are quick and easy to install with no grouting required, and are 100% water resistant.

DBS has an extensive range of over 50 colours and designs, as well as a variety of trims and adhesive to complete your project.

Other designs include platinum white sparkle bathroom cladding, tile effects and even a white ash gloss panel with wood grain effect.

Looking for a lockdown home improvement project? You just found it!



 

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