Mermaid Launches Pioneering Glass Panel Range

Mermaid Panels, the leading brand of waterproof wall panel systems in the UK, has launched a pioneering new range of glass panels.

The manufacturer’s extensive new range offers customers a selection of 50 different stylish colours across a variety of materials – including glass – cementing its reputation for design-led innovation.

Simon Howie, chairman of Mermaid Panels, said: “We’re delighted to launch this exciting new range of glass panels which introduce the next generation of products into the UK waterproof wall panel market.

“Whilst this market is in its infancy in the UK, providing tremendous scope for expansion, market research reveals a definitive trend toward a rise in demand for glass panels across Europe as the age profile of customers falls and emboldened consumers become more willing to experiment with alternative materials and more vibrant colours.

“We believe that these same market trends are set to sweep the UK and that our stylish new range positions us perfectly to meet demand for these quality products.”

An attractive alternative to ceramic tiles –with no grouting required and saving on labour costs – wall panel systems provide a distinctive look and feel for bathrooms and showers.

Mermaid Panels produces stylish, practical and robust wall coverings with a 10-year watertight guarantee. Unlike other wall panel manufacturers, Mermaid supplies full installation kits to make the product as easy to use as possible.

Mermaid Panels offers market leading 48 hour delivery to 1500 retail customers throughout the UK.


For further information please contact Michael Elwine on tel 01472 279940.

Issued on behalf of Mermaid Panels by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018

Date 23rd August 2011


Notes to Editors

  • Whilst the majority of Mermaid panels are used in domestic environments, Mermaid panels are also installed in: Buckingham Palace; The National Gallery and Rise Hall (the renovation of which was featured recently on Beeny's Restoration Nightmare on Channel 4). 

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