Bathroom Tiles

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Unlike the tiles normally used for high traffic areas of your home, choosing the right bathroom tiles is critical because they get exposed to moisture and temperature change.

Bathroom Tiles

With virtually thousands of different styles, sizes, colours and finishes out there, jumping into a bathroom reno or build can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.

Here at Ceramic Tile Supplies, our experienced team of tile stylists can help you bring your vision to life, with our wide selection of the highest quality bathroom tiles that’ll perfectly suit your budget and the look you’re after.

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Bathroom tile options

There’s a tile for that! No matter what bathroom style you’re envisioning, you’ll find it in our Perth showrooms. We only source the highest quality tiles to ensure your bathroom can be enjoyed for a long time to come.

The most common type of tile used in bathrooms are porcelain tiles. Porcelains are denser and more durable than ceramic tiles. They come in polished, semi polished and matt finishes which can be used across floor and wall applications.

Mosaic tiles are also a popular option. They can create a focal point in your bathroom or define a particular area with an intricate pattern or design. Other types of tiles you might see used in bathrooms include natural stone and ceramic tiles.

We specialise in a large selection of rectified and non-rectified bathroom tiles that are tough, versatile, easy to clean and maintain.

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How to choose the best bathroom tiles

Although there’s no hard rule to choosing bathroom tiles, there are a few things worth looking out for. These include:

  • Slip ratings – tiles go through a slip rating test to determine frictional characteristics of surfaces in different environmental conditions. When picking bathroom floor tiles, make sure they have a high slip wear rating. 

As a general rule, polished porcelain or gloss glazed ceramic tiles will be more slippery than tiles with natural or matte finishes.

  • Size of the tile – before you jump into selecting a tile, it’s important to consider the size of your bathroom first. Size your tile to you bathroom. Too big will mean extra wastes from cuts, not the right falls and appear out of scale. Too small often dates a modern look bathroom and creates too many grout lines.

If you create a design with diagonal lines, it gives the eye a longer path to follow, giving the feeling that it looks bigger. 

Mosaic tiles or penny rounds are also regularly used for small bathrooms, shower floors and feature walls. Often a little bit of size play and colour thrown in by a mosaic will create a lively little bathroom. 

  • Colour selection – the choice of colour is crucial because it sets the tone for your bathroom. Do you want a warm and ambient atmosphere, or something that transcends retreat like tranquillity? A slight difference in shade can change the feel and style you’re hoping to achieve. 

A glossy wall tile is reflective, can make a room seem bigger, and tends to look brighter and lighter when paired with darker colour schemes. Dark tiles add warmth and are great at hiding dirt, but it can make your bathroom feel smaller. Combine the two, and you can create a subtle balance.

Neutral tones are ideal for simple designs, where you want other features in your bathroom to shine. Light coloured tiles can make a tight space appear more open. 

Get quality bathroom tiles for less

Our experienced stylist team can provide expert technical advice every step of the way to ensure the perfect results for your bathroom build or reno.

Be inspired by our high quality selection of bathroom tiles. Start browsing or visit our Myaree or Wangara showrooms to view the whole range of bathroom tiles on display.

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Frequently Asked Questions - Bathroom Tiles

What's the ideal tile for your bathroom?

Determining the perfect bathroom tile hinges on factors such as size, intended purpose, and your bathroom’s aesthetic. Porcelain tiles consistently emerge as a top choice due to their density, resilience, longevity, and impressive water resistance.

Mosaic tiles offer another compelling option, allowing for artistic expression while upholding durability and endurance. 

Those yearning to infuse warmth into their space often turn to natural stone tiles, although they necessitate precise sealing due to their porous nature.

Ceramic tiles, akin to porcelain, offer resilience but are thinner and less impervious to water. Nonetheless, they grant versatility and cost-efficiency through versatile mix-and-match possibilities.

How can I be sure the tiles aren’t going to be slippery?

Every tile undergoes slip-wear rating evaluations, indicating its level of slipperiness. The higher the Slip-wear rate, the higher the grip. 

Porcelain vs. Mosaic Tiles: How Do They Differ?

Porcelain tiles outshine mosaic tiles in density and durability. While porcelain excels in water resistance, mosaics provide a canvas for increased customisation. 

However, both excel for flooring and wall applications. 

Gain more insight on the difference between porcelain and mosaic tiles here.

What should I pay attention to when picking tiles for my bathroom?

Several considerations come into play when choosing bathroom tiles:

  • Slip-wear ratings: they define the degree of slipperiness. Higher ratings indicating increased safety.
  • Tile size: as this will impact material usage and overall aesthetics. If too big, materials will go to waste whereas if too small, it will call for wider grouts which can damage the aesthetics.  
  • Design, colour, and finish offer diverse options influencing your bathroom’s final aesthetics.
  • Maintenance: opt for low-maintenance tiles for enduring appeal with minimal upkeep.

Which colour of tiles is best for a bathroom?

Tile colour profoundly influences your bathroom’s ambience and the illusion of space. While lighter hues suit smaller bathrooms, innovative use of patterns and contrasting tones can impart a sense of expansiveness.