Wall panelling brand Showerwall has extended its Custom Collection with four decors, to reflect colour and pattern trends.
Navy Herringhone (shown), Scallop Blush, Scallop Coral Reef and Geo Cube have been created to embrace the current taste for Art Deco, along with meeting the trends for blue and pink tones in interior design.
Product Manager for Showerwall Steph Harris said: “Scallop designs and patterns are currently proving very popular in the furniture, fashion and tile industry which we have seen echoed in the sales of our existing blue décor.
“Millennial pink, rose and blush tones have been big in the interior and fashion market for a while now and these pink tones are now making their way into our bathrooms.”
“We have also responded to the trend for more interesting geometric patterns with Geo Cube, and due to the success of our current Herringbone décor we have added Navy Herringbone.”
Made from acrylic, the Showerwall panels come in two sizes: 900 x 2440mm and 1220 x 2440mm and can be used in shower enclosures, around baths, behind basins and to create feature walls.
Showerwall’s Custom Collection offers a library of 18 designs, plus has the option of bespoke digitally-printed panels.
The Showerwall range also includes the Marble, Quarry, Mineral and Acrylics collection, which span veined marbles, through to earthy stones and shimmering quartz.
In total, Showerwall offers a choice of 69 decors and all are available ex-stock, with nationwide delivery from distributors Ideal Bathrooms, IDS and Formula 1.
Find out about the wider trends for wall panelling in bathrooms.