Bathroom Floor Tiles
We have an impressive range of bathroom floor tiles both in gloss or matte finishes depending on the look that you’re after. Whether you want an ultra-modern look or something that’s a bit more rustic, our selection will have what you’re looking for.
For your bathroom, you want to select tiles that are non-porous so that they are easy to keep clean and will look their absolute best for years to come.
Kitchen Floor Tiles
Your kitchen is one of the most-used rooms in your home, so you want to select kitchen floor tiles that are hard-wearing and easy to clean.
Matte floor tiles look great in kitchens as they will give the room a warmer feel. Or, you could opt for a floor tile that just has a slight sheen. This is ideal if your kitchen is on the small side and you want to give the illusion of more space.
Living Room Floor Tiles
Our living room floor tiles come in a wide range of different colours and styles to perfectly suit the look that you’re after.
Generally, you want your living room to feel cosy and comfortable so you might want to select natural timber tiles to achieve this look and feel.
Or, you might prefer a more rustic look by selecting stone or quarry tiles. For clean and sleek lines, you might opt for ceramic or porcelain tiles instead.
Suitable Tiles For Different Purposes
The type of floor tile that you choose will determine how your room looks and feels. For example, timber floor tiles will give the room a more natural and cosy feel and these are ideal for living rooms but can also be used in the kitchen.
On the other hand, porcelain or ceramic tiles are clean and sleek looking and will create a more modern feel. These are ideal for bathrooms and also kitchens.
Or, you might want to create a cohesive flow throughout your home by choosing to use natural stone or quarry tiles in all the rooms.
Frequently Asked Questions
The majority of quality floor tiles range in thickness from 6mm to 10mm. The thickness that you choose for your floor tiles needs to take into consideration how certain tiles may raise the level of your floor, especially when you also factor in any underlay that may need to be used.
A quality floor tile should be uniform in colour and texture. Ceramic floor tiles should have clean edges with no chips or cracks. Plus, when you place a floor tile on a flat surface, there should be no evidence of warping.
While floor tiles can generally also be used for wall tiles, tiles that are labelled as wall tiles are not recommended to use on floors. However, porcelain wall tiles may be suitable as floor tiles in certain situations.
There are a range of tiles that are suitable for floor tiles. These include porcelain, natural stone, concrete, quarry and ceramic tiles.