Tongue and Groove
Tongue and groove cladding (T&G) is usually made out of softwood and can be used successfully in bathrooms, but there are some drawbacks. It cannot be used in shower areas or wherever it might come into direct contact with water.
Another use for tongue and groove is as a bath panel. Many bathroom suites are supplied with cheap plastic bath panels which can crack if flexed. Tongue and groove can be used to make a replacement bath panel and then painted or stained to match the bath or room colour.
Waterproof wall panelling is just as easy to install, is available in wood effect finishes, does not rot, needs no maintenance and is totally waterproof - just a few reasons why you might like to consider bathroom cladding as a more modern approach to bathroom wall covering.
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