PVC 3D Wall Panels - Decorative Vinyl Tiles

Remodeling your living space can be a journey in itself. With so many available options, where do you begin? How do you create a fresh atmosphere? 

Covering walls is a great way to change the feel of any space, and these 3D effect wall panels are ideal as bathroom wall panels, kitchen splashbacks, living room feature walls and to add inspiration to your home office space.

Our decorative PVC 3D wall panels create a stylish accent and revitalize any interior space within a very short time.

There is no need for filling nail-holes, chips, cracks, smoothing the surface or sealing with a primer – use the panels to create the right atmosphere using only an adhesive. The wall coverings are not only easy to install and dismantle, they are also lightweight, which makes them extremely easy to handle and transport, water resistant and maintenance free.

PVC 3D Wall Panels

How to Cut PVC Wall Panels 
When working with PVC wall panels, you may discover that your interior wall or shower cubicle does not fit an exact number of tiles, but do not worry! PVC wall tiles can easily be cut to any size or shape to give your space a seamless and professional look. 
To cut PVC wall panels, you will need:
  • Stanley knife or hacksaw

  • Marker pen 

  • Tape measure or ruler 

  • Flat work surface

  • Clamp

  • Solvent-free adhesive 
How to Cut PVC Wall Panels:
  • Begin by marking the area on your PVC wall panel that you wish to cut.  

  • Clamp the PVC wall panel on a flat work surface – you can just weigh one side down if you do not own a clamp. 

  • Using your Stanley knife or hacksaw, begin cutting the PVC wall panel and remove the excess. 
How to Create a Cut-Out in your Vinyl Wall Panel
To accommodate plug sockets or light switches on your wall, you may need to create a small cut-out in your splashback or PVC wall tile. This is simple enough to do.
  • Begin by measuring the position and size of the socket on the wall and match this to your tile. 

  • Draw an outline of the socket directly onto your PVC wall panel and secure the tile on a flat work surface. 

  • Using a Stanley knife, run the tip of the blade along your hand-drawn guide to create a cut-out. 

  • When glueing a PVC panel in place, we recommend running an extra border of adhesive around the edge of any cut-outs to ensure that the tile does not warp or come away from the wall. 

Best Adhesive for PVC Panels 
When it comes to securing PVC wall panels and tiles, you need to make sure you are using the correct adhesive. Typically, plastic adhesives are solvent-free as any solvents could cause a reaction that warps or discolours the material. 
There is a wide range of PVC adhesives available to consumers at DIY stores, including well-known brands like No Nails and Top Gun.

We recommend using Simson ISR 70-30 adhesive as it is a tried and tested plastic glue that offers industrial-strength bonds. You can purchase both PVC and acrylic adhesives directly from The Plastic People’s website.