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Metro Beige Polished Tile 10x20 cm


Black Flat Glossy Tile 10x20 cm

£20.89 £14.99

Noce Vein Cut Travertine Polished 30.5x30.5 cm


Ivory Vein Cut Travertine Polished 30.5x30.5 cm


Ceramic White Polished Tile 30x60 cm


Vision Bone Semi Polished Tile 30.5x60.5 cm

£29.99 £14.99

Graphite Polished Concrete Effect Tile 60x60 cm

£29.99 £14.99

Volcano White Semi Polished Tile 30x60 cm

£29.99 £14.99

Marfil Beige Polished Stone Effect Tile 30x60 cm

£18.99 £14.99

Parel White Matt Concrete Effect Tile 30x60 cm

£18.99 £14.99

Calacatta Marmi Glossy Marble Effect Tile 30x60 cm

£18.99 £14.99

Wood Art Brown Matt Porcelain Tile 18.5x59.8 cm


Wood Art White Matt Porcelain Tile 18.5x59.8 cm


Wood Art Light Grey Matt Porcelain Tile 18.5x59.8 cm


Wood Art Dark Brown Matt Porcelain Tile 18.5x59.8 cm


Metro White Polished Tile 10x20 cm


Carrara HD White Matt Tile 30x60 cm

£19.99 £15.99

Select Beige Matt Tile 30x60 cm



Create a relaxing and blissful living space with our stylish collections of bathroom floor tiles and bathroom wall tiles. Bring your showers, walls and floors to life. We closely follow the current trends and carefully source high-quality tiles directly from factories around the globe to suit any preference. Buy online your bathroom tiles at competitive prices with free UK delivery to your door and enjoy an extra 20% off on premium quality tile adhesives. We offer quick and free samples delivered to your door to help you find the perfect tile you are looking for.



When it comes to interior design, your style should reflect your own personality and tiles are no exception. We aim to cover any bathroom tiles ideas with our comprehensive ranges from cool and tranquil grey bathroom tiles to clean and elegant white bathroom tiles.

With so many options available we’ll help you focus on the things that really matter. Let’s narrow them down to 3 things to consider when choosing your bathroom tiles: Style, colour and tile size.  


     1.Which styles are the most saught-after?

Ask any interior designer what the most popular stone type is, and they'll tell you it's a marble. Marble bathroom tiles are gorgeous but the issue with natural marble is that it's quite expensive and requires high maintenance because its stained and scratched value is great. On the contrary, marble effect tiles are cost-effective and easy to live with compared to these stunning natural stones. If you fancy the natural look, but the marble isn't for you, subtle looking stone effect tiles may just suit your style.  

Wood effect tiles can be very charming and practical if you are after a warm and charming look. Unlike timber, these incredibly hard-wearing tiles won’t discolour, rot or warp in time.  

Concrete effect tiles are modern bathroom tiles that keep a restful feeling with a contemporary look. You can create an eye-catching pattern combining them with wood-effect plank tiles.


     2.Which Colour is the best for bathroom tiles?

To create an airy and open feeling in your bathroom, you should opt for timeless colours and combinations such as whites, greys and beiges. When you’re planning on making a statement opt for black tiles as well as blue tiles. A neutral but not understated look can be achieved by pink tiles as they are back in style. 


     3.Choosing The Right Size Tile

 We often get asked to help with bathroom tiles ideas for small bathrooms. When tiling a shower area or wall it is more appealing to go for plain and smaller tiles. It helps widen the appearance of the room and give it a more spacious and open feel. Large tiles work perfectly for the floors of small bathrooms. Very large tiles on the walls however will make your bathroom look much smaller than it really is. You can partly use mosaic bathroom tiles or small patterned tiles on the wall behind shower features to add more style. 



Finding the right floor tile is essential to provide a safe and durable surface that is both stylish and practical. also important. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are both great options for renovating your bathroom. However, when choosing one over the other has benefits for certain times. For standard bathrooms, ceramic tiles are good and relatively cheap bathroom tiles. They are softer and less dense. As porcelain tiles absorb less water, they are nearly waterproof. More hard-wearing and perfect material for bathroom floor tiles and wetrooms.



Coordinating between the tiles on your wall and those on the floor to achieve a harmonious look is important. But the interior walls of your shower or behind your basin needn’t match the rest of your bathroom when it comes to tiling. Be sure to pick contrast shades that sit opposite each other on the colour wheel for standout bathroom wall tiles. Covering these particular walls with mosaic bathroom tiles is one of the guaranteed ways to achieve a stunning look.


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