Bathroom Tiles

Tilemall bathroom tiles are perfect for any bathroom renovation, bringing you a range spanning from contemporary to classic. With different tile sizes, shapes and colours to suit the specifics of your bathroom design project, there’s a reason we’re considered a one-stop shop for your bathroom tiling needs. So, explore our bathroom tile selection below, and find the right match for your preferences today.

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Explore A Stunning Selection of Bathroom Tile Styles With Tilemall

Each bathroom renovation is as unique as the person designing it, and if you want to really make it pop, you’re going to need the right bathroom tiles for the job. That’s why Tilemall is offering a full range of bathroom tile styles in a plethora of colours, shapes, and sizes to ensure you have exactly what you need to get the job done. From porcelain bathroom floor tiles to intricate mosaics, we have all the tile varieties you may want and a lot that you didn’t know you needed.

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Bathroom Floor Tiles, Wall Tiles, And More!

Each part of your bathroom will require something a little different to get just right, but you need to keep everything looking good as one complete whole. Luckily, Tilemall stocks bathroom wall tiles, floor tiles, feature wall tiles, and practically any other type of tile your bathrooms may need. So, whether it be the classic all-white bathroom or something a little further out of the box, Tilemall will be able to provide you with what you need.

Shop Across A Range of Bathroom Tile Colours

If you’re really looking for a bathroom that screams personality, then you’re likely to have a colour palette in mind when you start your tile hunt. Shopping with Tilemall, we’ve got what you need with our full range of colour options across different tile styles. Pinks, light greys, stones, marbles; whatever your dream bathroom needs to meet your vision, we can help you turn it into a reality.

Porcelain Mosaic Hexagon 95x110 Matt Black Bathroom Tiles

Why Shop With Tilemall For Your Bathroom Tile Needs?

Each tile variety at Tilemall is hand-selected for quality, ensuring that any choice you make is going to be high-quality, durable, and built to last. We know tiles and bathroomware, having years of experience providing premium bathroom tiles to families and businesses across the globe. So, whether you’re a first-time renovator looking to spruce up their bathroom sanctuary, or a seasoned professional looking for a reliable kitchen tile supplier, Tilemall is the tile shop for you.

Tile Talk: Frequently Asked Bathroom Tile Questions

Can You Paint Bathroom Tiles?

The short answer is yes; you can paint bathroom tiles. However, given the level of moisture in a bathroom, coupled with the different finishes that tile materials will have, it’s important to consider the specific paint you will be using to do so. Materials like porcelain and ceramic variants tend to work better with epoxy and latex-based paint mixtures.

Your bathroom wall tiles are less likely to experience direct water contact on a regular basis, so you have more options for paint. Other types of tile, including those used for bath surrounds and other areas that are likely to get a lot of direct, prolonged exposure to moisture, will require hardier paints to avoid wear and, as is to be expected, mildew, which can end up developing with lower quality or incorrectly-selected paints. So, speak with your paint provider, and do some research around your chosen tiles to find the right paint for your needs.

How Much to Tile a Bathroom?

This is a question that we get a lot, and while it may seem simple on the surface, the question of how much it costs to tile a bathroom will come down to the specifics. We’ve heard it said that it would cost around $12.50 per square foot with labour costs to tile a bathroom, but there are many factors to consider in finding this number. So, when going into a project, ask yourself these questions:

  • How much work will I be doing myself?
  • How big is the bathroom I’m tiling?
  • What kinds of tiles will I be using?
  • What provider am I using for tiles and tile installation?
  • Will the job require the removal of preexisting tiles?

Each of these will factor into the cost, which can have an average in the ballpark of anything from $2000 to $10,000. So, try to have a good idea of what you’ll need and what you have available before the project begins. If you need help choosing tiles and have a budget in mind, call us at (02) 9638 1032, and we’ll do what we can to support your goals.

How Can You Remove Bathroom Tiles?

This tends to be a job best taken on by a skilled professional. However, if you need to remove and replace a small amount of outdated or cracking/crumbling tiles, this tends to be performed with a chisel. Knowing how to remove bathroom tiles is mainly knowing how to carefully use a chisel to break away grout lines and loosen the existing tiles for easy removal.

If you are taking on a project like this, it’s important to get advice and recommendations from professionals wherever possible. For your bathroom wall tiles, wear protective clothing, put down a tarp to avoid extensive cleanup or damage to your floor tiles from falling tile debris, and remember to work slowly and methodically to avoid damage to your underneath wall. Bathroom floor tiles will be quite a bit easier to manage, but it’s still important to wear protective clothing when taking on a project like this.

What Colour Goes Well With Beige Bathroom Tiles?

The question of what colours go well with beige tiles is a surprisingly common one, as it seems many people find themselves wanting to jazz up older tile styles with some new flourishes. Looking at the best beige bathroom tile accompaniments, you might be surprised by how many options you actually have at your disposal: baby blues, silvers, whites, greys; look for subtle colours that won’t sink into the beige.

Yellows and oranges can be difficult to style with beige tiles due to them being a little too close on the colour spectrum, but with beige being quite versatile and understated, there’s a lot of customisation to be had. So, explore some softer palette options, and see what works best with your design.

A Beautiful Selection of Bathroom Wall Tiles From Tilemall