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Yes you can, but if you rent you need to ask permission to do it.
I'm sure its possible! But like DesertRose said, make sure to ask your landlord first. Who knows! Maybe they will fix it for you!
Jett....My husband used on a closet in a basement bathroom (floor the same) and I love it! He even covered the shelves in it! Great job!
I would not recommend. Moisture and condensation could form between the shower wall and plank (mildew/rot/mold) the heat from the shower could deform the planks, and the vertical application may not hold up in the moderate trim of time.🌷
I also agree that the water and mold issues may be a problem shortly after you try this.
If there’s damage to the wall it is up to the landlord to fix it properly for you. Anything with water can cause huge mold issues which could be a potential health hazard.
Laminate is a very poor choice for wet areas such as bathrooms and kitchens.