Best Bathroom Wall Panels

Bathroom renovations can be a challenging task considering all the time and effort that goes along with the project. Hiring the right contractor, choosing the right fixtures, material or look can make or break the bank depending on the direction one chooses. Whether a new build or a renovation effort, Mr. Wet Wall has the knowledge and attention to detail needed to make a statement from start to finish! Our expert technicians are trained to the highest standards and offer professional installation and efficiency that leaves the customer with a finished product and a bathroom that is dressed to impress. 

Wall paneling can be one of the more tricky decisions a home or business owner has to make when deciding on a look and feel for their space. Mr. Wet Wall has many options available to cater to a plethora of tastes and we can work with the customer to design a space that accentuates their home or business. With this in mind, there are several different types of wall paneling to consider before making a final decision.

Wet Wall Panels

An alternative to tiling, wet wall panels offer a sleek look that will transform any space into a beautiful retreat. These waterproof panels can be installed floor to ceiling or can be customized to fit any project and are installed using a tongue and groove concept similar to that of click flooring with the big difference being that this wet area paneling is completely waterproof.. Specifically designed for areas with high water exposure, these panels are perfect for bathrooms, kitchens, pool areas and many other applications. Wet wall panels can be fitted over existing surfaces and the grout-free design requires very little maintenance once installed. These light-weight fixtures incorporate anti-microbial protection, which will prevent the growth of stain and odor causing mould and mildew.


Designed for domestic and commercial use, spapanel is another alternative to tile that can be used in a myriad of applications including kitchens, bathrooms and changing rooms. Encompassing a hardwood waterproof plywood core, spapanels offer a decorative laminate on the face that leaves a lasting impression on visitors. Seamlessly connected joints achieved through a unique Hydrolock system help avoid the use of grout and cut down on labor and maintenance needed once installed. A cost-effective alternative to more traditional ventures and easy installation make this the preferred product for DIY enthusiasts.


Boasting a contemporary design and offering a sleek, minimalist finish, quartz stone shower walls are the ideal choice for those looking to upgrade their shower or bathroom for a more luxuriant impression. Quartz slabs have a non-porous surface, which inhibits the growth of mold and mildew as there is no place for the bacteria to accrue. Quartz is durable and can be difficult to chip or break. A versatile choice this stone comes in many different colors and looks, giving you the look and feel of other materials, but adhering to the physical qualities the stone has to offer. The stone is heavy and can be sensitive to certain chemicals. This can be a positive as soap and water is all it takes to provide a low maintenance addition to any bathroom.


A hard plastic material that can fit over existing materials, acrylic shower walls use adhesive to affix to the surrounding area of your shower. This cost-effective option can be a great alternative to tile as it offers low maintenance and is a lightweight material making it ideal for DIY projects. Resistant to cracks and dents and the growth of mold and mildew can be an attractive option for those looking to avoid costly repairs. This option is primarily used in domestic applications and offers a minor upgrade when compared to the other options listed.

Compact Laminate Panels

These panels are installed using a tongue and groove concept similar to that of laminate flooring with the big difference being that the paneling is completely waterproof. Maintenance and upkeep is minimal here as we are dealing with another grout-free option. A cost-effective material when compared to tile, laminate panels offer a DIY approach to your build or renovation. With a limited design and basic color options this may not be the most attractive material available. Laminate panels can be an attractive option for those looking for a minor upgrade to an existing space or to add functionality to a new build.