Skip to content
Ho Ho Ho! Get FREE upgrade to EXPRESS dispatch for eligible products (as marked) until 17 December '22. Same day pickup also available until 21 December '22. We will try our best to get your products to you super fast! Conditions Apply. Click to read more.
Ho Ho Ho! Get FREE upgrade to EXPRESS dispatch for eligible products (as marked) until 17 December '22. Same day pickup also available until 21 December '22. We will try our best to get your products to you super fast! Conditions Apply. Click to read more.

Tiles

  • $59.00 /carton (1 m2)

    Baroque Grigio

    Get the look of classical style encaustic tiles with the practicality of porcelain with the Baroque Grigio 200mm x 200mm Matte tiles. Feels smooth ...

    View full details
  • $140.42 /carton (1.18 m2)

    Marca Lily Hex

  • $142.80 /carton (1.2 m2)

    Marca Linea

  • $73.03 /carton (0.67 m2)

    Mento Lily

  • $79.38 /carton (1.62 m2)

    Contemporary Silver

    Bright, easy to work with and gives a soft grey look for your living space or bathroom. The Contemporary series will give you a near seamless colou...

    View full details
  • $75.00 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Lantern Dark

    Slight hints of marble, a deluxe look for your home that grabs attention. The Lantern series has a premium make and a premium print with the easy t...

    View full details
  • $75.00 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Lantern Light

    Slight hints of marble, a deluxe look for your home that grabs attention. The Lantern series has a premium make and a premium print with the easy t...

    View full details
  • $75.00 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Lantern Mid

    Slight hints of marble, a deluxe look for your home that grabs attention. The Lantern series has a premium make and a premium print with the easy t...

    View full details
  • $70.56 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Chique Grey

    The Chique series is about affordable elegance.

  • $70.56 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Calacatta Nuovo

  • $80.64 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Lightning Grey

  • $56.16 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Valant Beige

  • $80.64 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Lightning Silver

  • $56.16 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Valant Skies

  • $70.56 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Chique Ivory

  • $56.64 /carton (0.96 m2)

    Oasis Beige

  • $56.64 /carton (0.96 m2)

    Oasis Grey

  • $56.64 /carton (0.96 m2)

    Oasis Natural

  • $56.64 /carton (0.96 m2)

    Cherry Grey

  • $56.64 /carton (0.96 m2)

    Cherry Smoke

  • $56.64 /carton (0.96 m2)

    Cherry Red

  • $79.00 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Ele Buio

    You want a tile that’s easy to work with. A modern, visually pleasing vibe that isn’t too strong. The Ele series is a premium look range that’s sur...

    View full details
  • $79.00 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Ele Dusk

    You want a tile that’s easy to work with. A modern, visually pleasing vibe that isn’t too strong. The Ele series is a premium look range that’s sur...

    View full details
  • $79.00 /carton (1.44 m2)

    Ele Luce

    You want a tile that’s easy to work with. A modern, visually pleasing vibe that isn’t too strong. The Ele series is a premium look range that’s sur...

    View full details

Tiles for your walls or floors in your bathroom and kitchen may come in a large variety of styles and sizes, you may shop a curated selection of our tiles online or browse in-store at our Sydney showroom. You may shop all types of tiles, from tiles as little as subway tiles to the large format tiles that have the least grout lines.

Choosing tiles is straightforward, start with the colour you have in mind

You can find plenty of inspiration for styles and colours you like by browsing online. Once you have an idea of the look you are going for, the next step is shortlisting your preferred colours. Neutral tone colours like greys, whites and most light colours tend to be popular due to the ease of matching other colours and the spacious look they give bathrooms. When choosing bathroom tile or kitchen tile colours, keep the following in mind:

  • Dark colours are more visually striking, and likelier to grab attention. They are popular for a moodier look, or for a feature. Typically the biggest risk of dark tiles is that they may make a room look smaller than it is, so if you have a tiny space, its recommended to use minimal to no dark tiles in the design.
  • Light colours are more inviting, and give a room a more spacious feeling. These colours are very popular for the walls, as the walls make up the majority of the surface area in a bathroom and therefore have the biggest influence on how large the bathroom looks.
  • Tiles with lots of varying patterns and detail are excellent for ensuring that dirty is less visible, making this type of tile very popular for floors, whilst using tiles with heavy patterns on the wall restricts your ability to work with varying styles of fittings, as the patterned tiles command most of the visual attention.
  • Tiles with minimal varying patterns and detail are great for "blending in" and are the easiest to work with when selecting your fixtures. It is important to note that tiles with less pattern in them are more likely to show dirt, body hair, and miscellaneous other things in the bathroom, so that makes these types of tiles less popular on the floor.

Once you have the bathroom or kitchen tile colour in mind, the next step is knowing the shape, size and type of tile

You may have noticed that tiles come in all shapes and sizes. The smallest mosaic tiles feature lots of small pieces, and subsequently lots of grout. The largest tiles tend to have the least grout, however when tiles get very large, sloping the floor for drainage may become a challenge.

It is for this reason, the most common way for bathrooms to be tiled is with a floor tile approximately 300mm x 300mm, whilst the wall tiles are larger. This doesn't mean you can't use any size of tile you want of course! It does mean that larger tiles need more preparation work done with floor slopes, particularly in the shower, and may also require a long floor grate to get the work done.

It is important to keep the following in mind when deciding on the shape, size and type of tiles:

  • Rectangular and square shaped tiles laid in a square stacked manner - in line with the wall and floor boundaries - are the easiest to lay. This is essential to know if you are planning to DIY tile, or if you are trying to keep the tiling cost economical. Tilers typically charge more for variations from this standard, such as angular tile lay of rectangle tiles, or the use of other shapes like fishscale, hexagons, etc.
  • The smallest size tiles have more grout, and grout needs to be cleaned. Larger tiles need significantly less grout in the bathroom. Therefore larger tiles are lower maintenance, whilst smaller tiles may have more options for decorative objectives.
  • There are various types of tiles, ceramics and porcelain tiles are the most common. You may also get tiles with slightly rounded "cushion" edges, or perfectly straight "rectified" edges. There is no better or worse, however in short, glazed porcelain tiles are the lowest maintenance and most durable, rectified edges allow for the smallest grout gaps, whilst cushion edge tiles are more easily laid.

Shop the latest kitchen and bathroom tiles at our Sydney showroom! Open Monday to Saturday

We have curated a showroom with a variety of tiled displays, including displays for both bathroom tiles and kitchen tiles. You can find out more by checking out our showroom page or contacting us.

x