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Indulge in a relaxing bathing experience with our premium range of bathroom tiles. Our collection boasts endless variety of styles, colours and textures to suit every design preference.

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Selecting the Right Bathroom Tiles​

Tiles can add a flair of style to your bathrooms. Read on to find out how to select the best bathroom tiles:

  • Choose a style: The theme of the bathroom can also influence the type of tiles you select. A modern bathroom may look more appealing with glossy tiles that have a marble finish, while a rustic bathroom may benefit from textured tiles with a natural appearance, such as those with a stone or pebble finish.
  • Bathroom size: When selecting tiles for a bathroom, the size of the space should be taken into account. Larger tiles can create an illusion of spaciousness, while smaller tiles can add texture and design to the bathroom.
  • Enhanced Safety: Bathrooms are prone to slip & fall accidents. Hence, for safety purposes, it is best to choose tiles with anti-skid properties. Our range of Slip Shield tiles is a great option to avoid these accidents in wet/slippery conditions.


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Frequently Asked Questions

The colour of bathroom tiles depends on personal preference and the bathroom's overall aesthetic. Lighter-coloured tiles can make the bathroom appear brighter and more spacious, while darker-coloured tiles can create a more dramatic and sophisticated look. However, it's essential to consider factors such as maintenance and how well the tiles hide dirt and stains. Ultimately, the decision depends on your preference, practicality, and the desired mood of the bathroom.

To avoid slips in the bathroom, opting for tiles with less slippery surfaces, particularly for the floor, is crucial. Tiles that are anti-skid or have a matte finish are ideal for bathroom flooring. In addition to their anti-skid properties, these tiles have low water absorption characteristics, enhancing their durability over time.

Tiling bathroom floors is an excellent way to revamp your bathrooms. When it comes to the finish of bathroom floor tiles, always go for matt finish tiles as glossy tiles tend to become slippery when wet. You can also check out our range of anti-skid Slip Shield tiles that are perfect for bathroom floors.

The latest trends in bathroom tiles include matte finishes, geometric patterns, large-format tiles, and natural stone looks. Textured tiles and soft, neutral colors that create a spa-like ambiance are also popular.

Vitrified, ceramic and porcelain tiles are great choices for bathroom walls due to their moisture resistance and variety of designs. Avoid using stone tiles as they are porous in nature and not easy to clean.

For small bathrooms, large-format tiles such as 800x2400mm, 800x2600mm, 800x3000mm, can make the space appear larger. Light-colored tiles, such as whites and pastels, can also help the room feel more spacious and brighter.

Textured or matte-finished tiles offer greater slip resistance. Specifically, tiles with a high coefficient of friction (COF) rating are considered safer and more slip-resistant, making them ideal for bathroom floors.

Yes, floor tiles can be used on bathroom walls for a cohesive look, especially if they match or complement the floor tiles. However, ensure the wall structure can support the weight of floor tiles, as they are often thicker and heavier.

Light and neutral colors like white, beige, light grey, and pastels are popular as they make the bathroom feel clean and spacious. However, the best color depends on personal preference and the overall design aesthetic.

For small bathrooms, opt for light-colored tiles to enhance the sense of space. Consider using larger tiles to reduce grout lines and create a seamless look. Slip Shield tile is a good option for bathroom floors as they are slip-resistant and provide more grip, making them safer for bathroom floors.

Bathroom floor tiles are typically more durable and slip-resistant to withstand foot traffic and prevent falls. Wall tiles are lighter than floor tiles and may come in a wider variety of finishes, colors, and designs.

Germ-protected tiles resist bacteria and mold growth, making them ideal for the moist environment of a bathroom. They contribute to a healthier space by maintaining cleaner surfaces and reducing the risk of germ transmission.

Big tiles can work well in a small bathroom as they have fewer grout lines, creating a seamless appearance that can visually expand the space. However, the layout and tile size should be carefully considered to ensure a proportional look.


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