Wet Room Panels

Creating a new, modern look for your wet room

Create vibrant and bespoke wet rooms with Multipanel bathroom wall panels. Quick and easy to install, our range of decors offer style and elegance that will instantly brighten up your home.

Opening up a whole new world of flexible home improvement, our wet room wall panels and anti-slip flooring help you make a bold and long lasting statement, whilst completely eliminating the risk of mould. Transforming the way we design our interiors forever, Multipanel is the ultimate trade secret.


Jupiter Silver (Classic Collection): Disabled-friendly wet room


With our new Type 103 profile, upgrading your wet room shower enclosure is even easier. The profile allows the vinyl flooring to be changed without having to replace any of the panels. This ensures that you can enjoy your new wet room wall panels for the full duration of their 30-year warranty.

If you are looking to give your wet room the WOW factor, you can view our latest brochure here.


What is a wet room?

A wet room is a type of accessible bathroom specifically designed for people with low mobility or disabilities. It consists of a walk-in shower and accessible toilet. Water flows directly onto the floor where it is then drained through a hole. 

Is a wet room better than a shower?

Whether a shower tray or a walk-in shower are the better option depends on each person. Wet rooms are created with ease of access in mind and consist of a drain in the floor. They are closed off to avoid water leakage and offer maximum mobility.

Do wet room panels get mouldy?

Wet rooms are completely enclosed to prevent leakage. It is important that the floor and wall are completely sealed to prevent unwanted moisture along the walls. Multipanel wet room panelling is waterproof and easy to maintain as mould cannot grow on its laminate.

How do I clean Multipanel?

We recommend cleaning our wet room panels with a micro-fibre cloth, warm water and a non-abrasive mild detergent. Scouring powders or similar products should not be used.

Wiping after use should be sufficient to prevent staining in most cases.

Lime scale residues may be removed using a soft cloth and a 10% solution of citric or acetic acid, household white vinegar and / or lime juice. 

Commercial lime-scale removers are not recommended.