Mermaid Panels, the leading brand of waterproof wall panel systems in the UK, has launched a new website featuring a virtual design studio to showcase its pioneering new range of glass and laminate panels.
The virtual design studio enables customers to visualise how their bathrooms might appear online at the click of a mouse; greatly easing the selection process prior to purchase.
Simon Howie, chairman of Mermaid Panels, said: “Our extensive new range offers customers a selection of 50 different colours in glass and over 40 different laminate designs.
“With more styles and colours to choose from than ever before, our new design studio will help our customers choose the wall panel design that best suits their bathroom and hopefully get a sense of what it will look like in situ.
“This should help encourage customers to experiment with bolder styles, rather than settle for a reliance on the tried and tested safer colour palette for fear of making a mistake.”
The company recently launched a new range of innovative products, including fully antibacterial panels, a groundbreaking glass range and beautifully designed laminates in its artisan collection.
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 www.liquorice-media.com
Date 8th August 11
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).