Tiles or something like Multipanel for bathroom walls?

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Hi,
I removed my original shower and tiles in the shower cubicle and replaced it with a new shower, new tray, merlin shower door etc and fitted Multi Panel in a shower cubicle.

I now want to re-vamp the rest of my bathroom, its about 8ft Sq.

Its tiled from bottom to top and I am going to remove all tiles but dont know if i should retile it again with something more modern or use a Multipanel to match the shower cubicle.

Any ideas guys.

Thanks in advance.
 
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My brother's bathroom is tiled top to bottom and I think it looks like a mortuary
My bathroom isn't much bigger than yours but is tiled around the bath about 1foot higher than the window ledge and turns 90° along the foot of the bath all the way to behind the toilet cistern.

So it's pretty much 50/50 tiles and wall paper. I find totally tiled bathrooms to clinical and they tend to get steamy . However it relies on decent walls to be papered
 
My brother's bathroom is tiled top to bottom and I think it looks like a mortuary
My bathroom isn't much bigger than yours but is tiled around the bath about 1foot higher than the window ledge and turns 90° along the foot of the bath all the way to behind the toilet cistern.

So it's pretty much 50/50 tiles and wall paper. I find totally tiled bathrooms to clinical and they tend to get steamy . However it relies on decent walls to be papered

Thanks for that, yes, I thought maybe tile or multpanel the bottom half and paint the rest but I think your right about all tiled :)

Thank you.
 
MultiPANEL every time for me now - I even use it for kitchen splashbacks......just get the colour right first time:p
John :)
 
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MultiPANEL every time for me now - I even use it for kitchen splashbacks......just get the colour right first time:p
John :)

Aye, I didnt know what colour to get for the shower but it turned out fine what we picked.

Your right, well pleased with multipanel, I'm glad I used that for the shower, so easy to clean.
 

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