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Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex

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Do you like the look of this product but need help with installation? Learn more in our 'How To' section or get assistance from a professional installer.

$349.00
Model No.
133-HERR-KIT
Condition:
New
Availability:
InStock
Delivery:
Gloss White - 1-2 business days | Others - 3 weeks lead time
Weight:
29 pounds
Height:
8 feet
Width:
12 feet
Depth:
0.2 inches
Material:
PVC
Pattern Size:
8"
Coverage:
96 square feet
Pack Includes:
Two 4'-by-8' side panels with folding edge, one 4'-by-8' center panel, two 8-foot J-channel moldings
Material Thickness:
0.030"
Installation Method:
Glue-up
Adhesive:
Spray Lock FRP
Adhesive Note:
1 tube covers 2 panels
Colors Options:
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Return Policy:
This product is made to order in the USA, and returns are not allowed. Consider ordering samples first to check the quality and finish.

Get a Herringbone Tile Shower Wall With Less Work

Herringbone wall tile just happens to be one of the hottest trends in home design today. The herringbone wall tile pattern is simply an arrangement of rectangular tiles. To achieve a herringbone wall tile pattern yourself, you'll need to grout the walls and lay down rectangular tile in a pattern that resembles the skeleton of a herring. Using a herringbone pattern will often require far more cuts than a straight set of tiles or those placed in an offset pattern, which will mean that you'll need to buy extra tiles, adding to the cost of this project. But there's a better way to get this great look in your bathroom: Use our herringbone shower tile panels and you'll save a bundle and save time, since they're far easier to install than ceramic tile and much more affordable.

Why Use Herringbone Bathroom Wall Tile Panels?

Using Herringbone tile in the shower is an ideal choice because it adds visual interest to a small space without looking too cluttered. Our herringbone tiles and tub surround kits are also practical: They're durable, non-porous, grout-free, and easy to install and maintain. These herringbone shower tile panels are made from waterproof PVC, so they're great to use in high-moisture areas.

How to Complement the Look of Your Herringbone Wall Tile

If you have a larger bathroom, carrying the herringbone look through the space can give the room a more unified look. Our herringbone shower wall panels pair nicely with individual herringbone wall tiles: Use them to create a stylish backsplash and add a subtle visual link between the sink and shower.

How to Install a Herringbone Tub Surround

Follow these simple steps to install herringbone shower wall panels in your bathroom:

  1. Bring the herringbone shower tile panels into your bathroom the day before you install them. This will allow the herringbone tile panels to acclimate to the humidity and temperature of your bathroom.
  2. Remove the shower fixtures from the wall.
  3. Trim your herringbone wall panels. Our shower surround panels are oversize to ensure a good fit; you'll need to measure and trim them to fit your particular shower.
  4. Measure out where you need to cut spaces for the shower fixtures and drill out the holes you'll need.
  5. Tape all three panels of herringbone tiles into position on your walls, just to make sure that everything fits right. Then, draw a pencil line along the tops of the panels, so you can easily see where the adhesive needs to end.
  6. Take down the panels and set them aside. Then, apply adhesive to the walls.
  7. Fit the panels into place. Make sure to work from the center to the edges and press evenly to remove any air bubbles.
  8. Trim the J-channel moldings and use silicone adhesive to apply them to the front edges of your herringbone tiles.
  9. Let the herringbone wall tiles dry, then add silicone caulk along the line where the panels meet the tub.
  10. Put back the shower fixtures.
Installation Instruction
for Tub and Shower Wall Panels

Project Showcase

  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Gloss White
    133-HERR-KIT - Gloss White
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Bermuda Bronze
    133-HERR-KIT - Bermuda Bronze
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Antique Bronze
    133-HERR-KIT - Antique Bronze
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Galvanized
    133-HERR-KIT - Galvanized
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Travertine
    133-HERR-KIT - Travertine
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Gloss White
    133-HERR-KIT - Gloss White
    Installed in Bathroom

Get a Herringbone Tile Shower Wall With Less Work

Herringbone wall tile just happens to be one of the hottest trends in home design today. The herringbone wall tile pattern is simply an arrangement of rectangular tiles. To achieve a herringbone wall tile pattern yourself, you'll need to grout the walls and lay down rectangular tile in a pattern that resembles the skeleton of a herring. Using a herringbone pattern will often require far more cuts than a straight set of tiles or those placed in an offset pattern, which will mean that you'll need to buy extra tiles, adding to the cost of this project. But there's a better way to get this great look in your bathroom: Use our herringbone shower tile panels and you'll save a bundle and save time, since they're far easier to install than ceramic tile and much more affordable.

Why Use Herringbone Bathroom Wall Tile Panels?

Using Herringbone tile in the shower is an ideal choice because it adds visual interest to a small space without looking too cluttered. Our herringbone tiles and tub surround kits are also practical: They're durable, non-porous, grout-free, and easy to install and maintain. These herringbone shower tile panels are made from waterproof PVC, so they're great to use in high-moisture areas.

How to Complement the Look of Your Herringbone Wall Tile

If you have a larger bathroom, carrying the herringbone look through the space can give the room a more unified look. Our herringbone shower wall panels pair nicely with individual herringbone wall tiles: Use them to create a stylish backsplash and add a subtle visual link between the sink and shower.

How to Install a Herringbone Tub Surround

Follow these simple steps to install herringbone shower wall panels in your bathroom:

  1. Bring the herringbone shower tile panels into your bathroom the day before you install them. This will allow the herringbone tile panels to acclimate to the humidity and temperature of your bathroom.
  2. Remove the shower fixtures from the wall.
  3. Trim your herringbone wall panels. Our shower surround panels are oversize to ensure a good fit; you'll need to measure and trim them to fit your particular shower.
  4. Measure out where you need to cut spaces for the shower fixtures and drill out the holes you'll need.
  5. Tape all three panels of herringbone tiles into position on your walls, just to make sure that everything fits right. Then, draw a pencil line along the tops of the panels, so you can easily see where the adhesive needs to end.
  6. Take down the panels and set them aside. Then, apply adhesive to the walls.
  7. Fit the panels into place. Make sure to work from the center to the edges and press evenly to remove any air bubbles.
  8. Trim the J-channel moldings and use silicone adhesive to apply them to the front edges of your herringbone tiles.
  9. Let the herringbone wall tiles dry, then add silicone caulk along the line where the panels meet the tub.
  10. Put back the shower fixtures.
Installation Instruction
for Tub and Shower Wall Panels

Project Showcase

  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Gloss White
    133-HERR-KIT - Gloss White
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Bermuda Bronze
    133-HERR-KIT - Bermuda Bronze
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Antique Bronze
    133-HERR-KIT - Antique Bronze
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Galvanized
    133-HERR-KIT - Galvanized
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Travertine
    133-HERR-KIT - Travertine
    Installed in Bathroom
  • Herringbone Shower Wall Panels by MirroFlex - Gloss White
    133-HERR-KIT - Gloss White
    Installed in Bathroom

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