Finishing of the bathroom with plastic panels

Finishing of the bathroom with plastic panels
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Finishing of the bathroom with plastic panels
Finishing of the bathroom with plastic panels

Bath is often necessary to clean up, so you need to choose the material, not only as a beautiful, durable, but also easy but in the daily service. As always in this room humidity, we recommend that you trim panels PVC. They have a number of advantages:
• PVC Plates strong and durable, can withstand the load.
• Ease of installation eliminates the need for construction crews and save money on this.
• Do not rot or warp when exposed to moisture.
• Do not lose color and does not tarnish in the operation.
• Do not afraid of aggressive detergents, which are used to remove plaque water.
• The technology allows the installation produce global construction works: the alignment of the walls with plaster, putty.
• facilitate mounting additional accessories: corner, transition strips, terminal and ceiling elements.
• The panels mimic tile, mosaic, stone, marble and other materials.
• You can buy low cost options, or order a panel with a pattern applied on the siding thermal method.
There are small tweaks that make the bath an unusual and visually push the wall. Let’s look at options for finishing the bathroom:
• An interesting effect gives the use of panels in the corners of the room imitating dark wood, and the main area is decorated in light marble.
• One of the walls: for a bath or wash basin make brighter, with textured pattern. At the same time leave the corners of the pitch. Thus, you get an interesting effect of “architectural mirror.”
• On the front wall, it applies the dark panel in the future they will become a basic background for mirrors and metal accessories.
• In small rooms do not use PVC panels of dark color for decorating all the walls, it’s visually transform the bath in the “box”.
• You can buy a panel of the same pattern and different colors. Mounting panels start with dark tones and bright finish. It will make its own “flavor” to the room design.
• Remnants of plastic can “sew” the bottom of the bath.

This article was written by Jack