Minimize your costs for remodeling by reducing material costs and saving time! Our 100% waterproof laminate wall panel system is an affordable, durable solution to give your bathroom and kitchen a makeover, and gives your room a new and inspiring impression .
This kit is popular in small corner, right angle or NEO angle showers in mid-sized bathrooms. Popular sizes include: 32 x 32, 34 x 34, 36 x 36
This kit is popular in small corner, right angle or NEO angle showers in mid-sized bathrooms. Popular sizes include: 38 x 38, 40 x 40, 42 x 42, 48 x 36, 48 x 48
This kit is used most around soaking tubs or showers located in the corner of a bathroom. These showers are also called corner, right angle or NEO angle showers or tubs. Popular sizes include: 54 x 54, 60 x 60
This kit is used most to cover 3 walls around a small tub or shower space set off in an alcove. These showers are often called stand up showers because they are small in size. Popular sizes include: 32 x 32, 36 x 32, 36 x 42, 42 x 32, 42 x 36, 48 x 30, 48 x 32, 48 x 34, 48 x 36
This kit is used most to cover 3 walls around a standard sized tub or shower space set into an alcove. Popular sizes include: 48 x 48, 54 x 30, 54 x 32, 54 x 36, 60 x 30, 60 x 32, 60 x 34, 60 x 36, 72 x 36
This kit is used most to cover 3 walls around a standard sized tub or shower space set into an alcove. Popular sizes include: 60 x 42, 60 x 48
This kit is used most to cover 3 walls around a standard sized tub or shower space set into an alcove. Popular sizes include: 60 x 60, 72 x 60
If you want style and unique selections for your bathroom you’ll find them in the laminated wall panels below. Whether you love the traditional look of tile, the depth of a slate finish, a contemporary high-gloss aesthetic, a modern minimalist look or the warmth of a modern farmhouse or shabby chic there is a choice for you.
What’s even more exciting is you can mix and match these panels (and create a fun feature wall) to fit a unique design or personality. The options are endless!
Whether your have a traditional or transitional design style these patterns will be the perfect compliment for your bathroom.
|High gloss white – 12” x 16” – 1/8” grey joints||Trans-WH-1216|
|High gloss white – 24” x 12” – 1/16″ grey joints||Trans-WH-2412|
|Grey Sahara 24 x 16 – 1/16″ grey joint||Trans-GR-2416|
|Frost – no faux tile pattern||Trans-FR-0000|
|Travertine – no faux tile pattern||Trans-TR-0000|
|Marina Oak – no faux tile pattern||Trans-MO-0000|
|White Marble 24 x 24 – 1/16″ grey joints||Trans-WM-2424|
|Silver Grey Marble 24 x 24 – 1/16″ grey joints||Trans-SG-2424|
|Black Hexagon *NEW*||Trans-BH-4444|
|Herringbone White *NEW*||Trans-HW-9999|
Check out the newest waterproof wall panels – the ‘matte finish’ Oasis collection. The colors will remind you of the breezes in your cabin by the lake, or the warm silvery sandy beaches or the greenish hue of the sea.
|Lake Blue/Matte Finish||OAMT-LB-0000|
|Sea Green/Matte Finish||OAMT-SG-0000|
|Silver Strand/Matte Finish||OAMT-SS-0000|
There is nothing quite as classic and elegant as a slate roof or bathroom wall tile, but what can be even more elegant is a slate wall – with NO maintenance hassles. Check out these selections.
|Black Slate 24 x 12||Text-BS-2412|
|Greige Slate 24 x 12||Text-GS-2412|
|Sandstone Slate 24 x 12||Text-SS-2412|
You want a relaxing bathroom away from the stress of the day. Combine modern farmhouse and shabby chic walls with some candles and a freestanding bathtub and take your worries away.
|Abbey Shale – 24 x 16 – 1/16″ white joints||Mofa-AS-2416|
|Sahara 24 x 12 – 1/16″ grey grout joints||Mofa-SA-2412|
|Rough Wood – 24 x 24 – 1/16″ grey joints||Mofa-RW-2424|
|Antique Grey – 24 x 12 – 1/16″ grey joints||ShCh-AG-2412|
|Concrete Grey – 24 x 12 – 1/16” grey joints||ShCh-CG-2412|
|Avalone Pine 24 x 16 – 1/16″ white joints||Mofa-AP-2416|
|White Subway Tile 6 x 3 – 1/16″ grey joints||Mofa-WS-0603|
|Aberdeen Brick 12 x 4 *NEW*||MOFA-AB-1204|
Sleek and contemporary doesn’t be expensive or limited to downtown loft apartments. Create an easy to clean, fresh look (without spending a ton of money) with these popular high gloss shower, tub and bathroom wall collections.
|High Gloss White – no tile pattern||CoHg-WH-0000|
|Cracked Cement – no grout joints||MoMi-CC-0000|
|Cracked Cement – 24 x 12||MoMi-CC-2412|
|Decorative Accent – Vertical White – Vertical joints||Deco-VW-8888|
|Decorative Accent – Vertical Black – Vertical joints||Deco-VB-8888|
A big reason to choose waterproof laminate shower and bathtub wall panels is their ease of installation. They are simple for a DIY homeowner or first-time contractor to put up (without needing multiple people to help). The following videos and images will lead you through the process.
Add horizontal wood furring strips (not provided) every 24” over your existing studs. Note – you can also add sheets of plywood or OSB (Oriented Strand Board) over your studs as well.
If your wall panels are going to extend beyond the shower pan – then cut the laminate wall panels to the shape of the base (note – if the panels are simply going over the pan only you will not need to do this). These panels can be cut with a table saw, router or circular saw.
Install your shower pan (or tub) against the studs.
Place the ‘wood horizontal shower base furring strip’ over the flange of your shower pan. Attach this wood strip with screws to your studs.
Add sealant behind the L shaped metal base profile piece. Place this profile in front of the ‘wood horizontal furring strip. Screw the metal base profile into place through the wood furring strip and studs.
Add sealant to the bottom of the wall panel.
Put screws through the bottom base profile. Put screws through the the lip of the wall panels (not through the face of the panel) and continue to add screws 24” spaced apart until you get the top of the panel.
Apply sealant in the Aqualock click system (always on the left side of the panel) and ‘click’ the next panel together. Make sure to use enough sealant so that it oozes out of the panels when they are clicked together.
Clean off the excess sealant by first spaying on the cleaning solvent, using the rubber cleaning tool to get rid of the excess and lastly the wipes for the final cleaning.
Apply sealant between the wall panels and the shower pan and the outside edges.
Use the cleaning tool to clean off all excess sealant.
Spray on the “Cleaning” solution, use the rubber tool to clean off the edges and clean with the “Wipes.”
If you’re installing laminated wall panels over existing tile or wood you’ll need to add a glue appropriate to the wall surface you’ll go over to the back of the laminate panel. This panel will be slotted into the hidden metal corner profile. Follow steps 4 and 5 from above.
Put sealant behind the base profile and screw it in with the holes in the profile approximate .4” from the bathroom floor.
Use the cleaning solution and rubber finishing tool to clean off excess sealant.
Use the cleaning solution and rubber finishing tool to clean off excess sealant.
Pattern choices are driven by the design style you like. There are options for traditional or transitional bathrooms, for a minimalist look, shabby chic, modern farmhouse and even high gloss acrylic.
Yes – these laminate wall panels (which were developed 40 years ago) are 100% waterproof and can be used in ‘wet areas’ (like showers, tubs, bathroom walls and kitchen backsplashes). They have a high-pressure laminate top surface applied on a 7-layer marine grade, 3/8” thick plywood backing with a vapor barrier backing. They are joined together with a 100% waterproof Aqualock click system with nearly invisible seams between the panels. Bathroom wall panels eliminate maintenance – yet look exactly like tile (that’s why they’re called the ‘no tile, tile wall). They’re more durable and life-like than acrylic or fiberglass walls (which have a tendency to crack or yellow).
Yes. Many wall panel lines only offer matte OR gloss finish – but not in this laminate line. For the calming feel of matte finish, you’ll want to check out the ‘Oasis Collection.’ You’ll find many gloss patterns in the ‘Transitionalist’ and ‘High Gloss’ collections.
Innovate Building Solutions is much more than a nationwide shower and tub wall supplier. We offer many bathroom remodeling products (including shower bases and glass block shower wall systems and contemporary shower accessories) at wholesale direct prices. In addition, our company is a professional installer and contractor in our local markets, so we know how these panels are installed and can guide you through the process. The materials you purchase from us are also the materials we install daily in our regional markets (we have qualified people to help with your questions!). If you don’t want to DIY the project, as about our network of professional installing shower wall panel dealers.
This material has a lifetime warranty covering water resistance, maintaining consistent product color and stain resistance. It does not cover accidental damage or misuse through improper cleaning (i.e. don’t use abrasive chemicals to clean these wall panels).
If the wallboard products covered are found to be defective by Innovate Building Solutions (or one of our authorized representatives) we will repair, or at our option replace, the product with a similar panel or trim piece. Our option to repair or replace does not cover any labor or costs associated with the removal or installation. We will not be responsible for any other incidental or consequential damages attributed to a product defect or to the repair or exchange of a defective product.
Use clean soft cloth with warm water or non-abrasive cleaners like Fantastic, Windex, Green Works, 409, Tilex Spray, Pine Sol and Lime Away spray. Do not use abrasive or gritty cleaners (like Comet, Scotch Brite Pads, Magic Eraser etc.).
These panels are 600 mm x 2400 mm (which is 23.6” x 94.4”) and are 3/8” thick.
No – it is not recommended to use these panels in a sauna or steam room.
Since these panels literally ‘click and seal’ together (like a snap-together flooring system) they are straightforward for someone with no prior experience to install. They can be cut with standard woodworking equipment with a fine-tooth blade. There are no specialized blades you need to buy. They can be installed by one person. Also – since our company (Innovate Building Solutions) uses them on our own jobs we can guide you through any installation questions you may have.
For most of your walls the answer is no. The panels can be installed directly to horizontal furring strips attached to your studs. Where you will want a ½” thick construction plywood backing (or OSB – Oriented Strand Board) is behind the walls with your plumbing fixtures, or where there is a wall mounted sink or wall mounted toilet.
The panels should be stored flat for 3 days at room temperature prior to installation. They need to be ‘acclimated’ like laminate flooring.
Yes – these panels can be installed over drywall or stud partitions. Make sure the screws are long enough to properly grip the studs behind the drywall.
Since it is not recommended to have more than one moisture barrier in a shower – it is recommended in a shower to remove the old tile before installing our panels. In a kitchen backsplash – it is possible to go over the old tile.
No. Old fiberglass or acrylic walls will need to be removed and brought back to the studs before installing these 3/8” thick panels.
Only use the sealant provided with the installation kit between the Aqualock ‘click-together’ wall panels or between the wall panels and the profile trim pieces. They are color matched based on the panel joints and have been tested with this system.
Yes – the standard installation kit comes with any wall panel system. It includes 2 large L profiles or 2 small L profiles, 1 tube sealant, 1 box wall panel wipes, 1 can of cleaning solution and 1 package with sealant finishing tools.