Bathroom Flooring

Luxury tile, stone and wood effect vinyl flooring that offers all the chic styling of ceramics and engineered wood with the added benefit of simplified click installation.

With glue-free installation, our Click Flooring fits together effortlessly with interlocking tongue and groove tiles or planks in authentic wood and stone textures. Warmer and quieter underfoot than ceramic tiles, laminate and wood, our waterproof click flooring features a 0.5mm wear layer and is coated with ceramic beads for an extra durable finish.

Downloads: Installation Guide (new click flooring installation guide) and Warranty, Specification Documents and Declaration of Performance.

• Interlocking assembly
• No adhesive required
• Quick and easy installation
• Completely waterproof

  1. Bathroom Planner

    Create your dream bathroom using our bathroom planner to visualise our wall and flooring collections in a range of room sizes.

    Plan Your Bathroom
Can I install Multipanel Floors over carpet?

No. It is only suitable for application over flat smooth surfaces.

Can I use Multipanel Floors on stairs?

No.

Are Multipanel Floors suitable for application over underfloor heating?

Yes, so long as the temperature does not exceed 30°c.

Can I replace damaged sections of the floor?

Yes, individual planks, tiles or sections can be cut out and replaced using double-sided tape.

How do I cut the floor?

Score the face firmly with a Stanley knife against a straight edge, and snap apart.

Will the glue strip dry out?

Once installed the glue strip will not dry out. If however the flooring is left out of its packaging prior to installation, the glue strip may be affected. IMPORTANT - Multipanel Floors should not be stored in cold conditions - refer to installation instructions for further details.

How do I cut round pedestals and shapes?

Applying a blast of heat from a hairdryer will soften the vinyl, facilitating cutting. TIP - use the protective paper as a template.

Are Multipanel Floors affected by sunlight?

Over many years of exposure to direct sunlight the exposed area may discolour slightly. The glue strip will not be affected so long as it is not subjected to temperatures in excess of 43°C/110°F.