A large proportion of our panels are made in widths of 250mm. They are usually sold in packs of 4 so that 1 pack will cover 1mt wide which makes calculating the requirement for your bathroom a little easier. We do, however have other panel sizes available which might be suitable for different applications such as inside shower cubicles and on bathroom ceilings. All of the panel sizes are listed on our full product range.
Here we list the bathroom wall panel sizes available by width, length and thickness.
Bathroom Wall Panel Widths
The options with regard to panel widths are as follows:
100mm – Ligno Range
250mm – Spaceline, Firenze, Mosaic, Florentine, Vicenza, Orion, Magic
333mm – Belmont
10000mm – Neptune
Ligno panels are only 100mm wide and join together to give a plank effect. Some of our panels, such as Belmont also have a plank effect but the plank pattern is moulded into the panel so that each panel appears to be 3 planks. Our wider Neptune panels are very popular for use in shower cubicles as they can be fitted inside the unit without the need to join the panels together. If they do need to be joined together for longer runs they are tongue and grooved so they slot together without the need for a joining strip.
Bathroom Wall Panel Lengths
If you are fitting the panels to your walls then the standard length panels are usually more than adequate for most bathrooms. Modern houses have ceilings at around 2.1mt or 7 foot. All of our panels are longer than this – Neptune are 2.4mt high and the rest of the range are either 2.6mt or 2.7 mt.
We also have panels that are available in longer lengths and these are usually, but not always, used as ceiling panels. Labo and Blanca, our most popular ceiling panels are available in lengths up to 6mt and Belmont wood effect panels which are ideal for bathroom ceiling have a 5mt option.
Bathroom Wall Panel Thicknesses
Our PVC panels are either 8mm or 10mm thick, depending on the make and range selected. All thicknesses are clearly indicated on the product’s information page.
Sometimes the thickness has to be taken into consideration when installing the panels, especially if the panels are part of a makeover rather than a new installation. For example, we would always recommend panelling down onto the top of a bath so check that the taps have enough room behind them to cope with the extra thickness of the installed panels.