Wet area panelling offers a versatile and more durable alternative to conventional tiles, and is perfect for bathrooms, kitchens, laundries and shower recesses.
The Linear Series is perfect for any indoor space that collects moisture, including bathrooms, kitchens, laundries and shower recesses.
Made from high-pressure laminate it can withstand impact far greater than ceramic tiles, and will not chip, discolour or fade. Being non-porous allows it to perform even in humid conditions like shower recesses.
The Linear Series will not attract mould because it is grout-free. This also makes cleaning a breeze – simply wipe with a damp cloth and non-abrasive cleanser.
The Linear Series offers you a range of attractive styles, from classic monochromes to contemporary patterns – all with joiners to match. Its streamlined finish makes it a versatile alternative to conventional tiles or splashbacks.
Simple to Install
Our easy-to-follow installation guide enables you to give your space a professional look at just a fraction of the cost, without the need for backing materials.
Care and Maintenance
To maintain its original lustre, your panels should be cleaned with a mild liquid non-abrasive cleanser. Avoid using abrasive powder cleansers.
|Sheet Size||2400 x 1200 mm
2400 x 900 mm
2100 x 900 mm
|Tile Pattern Size||300 x 200 mm|
|Thickness||3.0 mm (tolerance ±0.2 mm)|
|Finish||Gloss (some with tile patterns)|
Installation guide PDF
To maintain its original lustre, panels should be cleaned with a mild liquid non-abrasive cleanser. Avoid using abrasive powder cleansers.
The WallART Linear Series is tested and approved to international standard ISO 4586 for high-pressure laminate.
The WallART Linear Series is simple to install. Our easy-to-follow installation guide enables you to give your space a professional look at just a fraction of the cost, without the need for backing materials.
When working in areas that generate dust it is advisable that you wear protective goggles, a dust mask and work gloves. Storage and work areas should be well ventilated.
It is important that you condition your panels by placing them in the room where they will be installed. Leave a space between sheets to allow for air circulation. For rooms above ground level, allow panels to condition for 24 hours. For rooms below ground level, allow for 48 hours.
To avoid scratching the surface of your panels, ensure that the work area remains clean, avoid contact between the panel and abrasive surfaces and take care when moving the panel to avoid chipping any edges.
Planning and Preparation
Calculate the number of panels required to complete your project and gather the necessary tools and materials from the following list:
- Tape measure
- Spirit level
- Carpenter’s square
- Fine tooth handsaw or fine tipped tungsten machine saw
- Fine tooth hacksaw
- Hand plane
- Timber battens
- Electric drill & hole cutting bit
- Staple gun
- Caulking gun
- Adhesive (we recommend a synthetic rubber based adhesive. Rigid or semi-rigid adhesive is not recommended)
- Sealant (we recommend Selley’s All Clear or Selley’s Bathroom & Kitchen Sealant)
- Caulking compound (we recommend Selley’s Bathroom & Kitchen Silicone)
- Wood block / cloth
- Mineral spirits
- Colour-matched joiners to join panels and finish off installation