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Bathroom Floor Tiles

Bathroom floor tiles play an important role in the interior design of your home. They create the setting, look, and feel of the room, and are also an important part of your home’s cohesive style. In fact, bathroom floor tiles can set the tone for all your bathroom décor choices, bringing the room together with their solid style.

Bathroom floor tiles can set the tone for all your bathroom décor choices, bringing the room together with their solid style. For wall tiles, see our bathroom wall tiles collection.


Our collection of bathroom floor tiles has been hand-picked for their durability, ease of maintenance, and stunning aesthetic.  Available in a wide choice of stunning colours, material, shapes, and sizes, these bathroom floor tiles offer significant creative scope in design. 

Whether you are looking for hexagon, concrete look, subway, herringbone, travertine, matte, or pattern tiles, they are all one click away. We have everything you'd want from your bathroom tiles. Thinking of having a bathroom feature floor? Learn more about this in our How to Nail Your Bathroom Feature post. So, don’t limit yourself to the same-old boring tile options: free your mind and enhance your home. 

For any help making your selection on the best wall tiles for your bathroom renovations, you can always reach out to our expert designers or get some samples home-delivered.


Which tiles are best for bathroom floors?
To select the best tiles for your bathroom floors, choose tiles with surface texture. Tiles with surface texture are great for bathrooms as they are moisture-resistant and stain-resistant. They also have a slightly rough surface, making them anti-skid and perfect for wet, slippery bathrooms.
Can you paint bathroom floor tiles?
Yes, you can paint bathroom floor tiles. However, you may be unsatisfied with the finished look because the bathroom is high-traffic and moisture-prone area, which means that the paint will most likely wear away, flake off, or bubble with time.
Can you use wall tiles on a bathroom floor?
No, it is not recommended that you use wall tiles on the bathroom floor as they are not durable enough. Wall tiles are thinner than floor tiles and, therefore, unable to handle foot traffic and heavy loads. Using wall tiles on your bathroom floor will most likely result in breakage of the tile.
How do I choose the right-sized tiles for my bathroom floor?
When selecting the right-sized tiles for your bathroom floor, various factors should be taken into account. First, assess your bathroom's size; larger tiles can create a sense of spaciousness in a small bathroom, while smaller tiles work well in larger spaces. Consider the overall design and layout of your bathroom; larger tiles can offer continuity and reduce visual clutter in narrow spaces, while smaller tiles add interest to intricate patterns or mosaic designs. Practicality and maintenance are essential too; smaller tiles with more grout lines may be harder to clean compared to larger tiles with fewer grout lines. Prioritize slip resistance, especially for wet bathroom floors, as smaller tiles with more grout lines often provide better traction. Finally, let your personal preference guide you, choosing tiles that align with your style and desired bathroom aesthetic.
How do I clean bathroom floor tiles?
Maintaining a hygienic and fresh bathroom requires regular cleaning of the floor tiles. Follow this step-by-step guide for effective cleaning: Gather supplies including a broom or vacuum, mop, warm water, mild detergent or tile cleaner, soft-bristle brush or sponge, and a clean towel. Begin by removing loose dirt and debris with sweeping or vacuuming. Prepare a cleaning solution using warm water and mild detergent or tile cleaner. Pre-treat stubborn stains with a specialized cleaner or a baking soda and water mixture. Mop the floor, being careful not to oversaturate the tiles. Scrub grout lines and tough stains gently with a soft-bristle brush or sponge. Rinse the floor with clean water to remove any soap residue. Dry the floor thoroughly with a clean towel or mop. Consult the manufacturer's guidelines for any specific cleaning recommendations. Regular maintenance and prompt spill cleaning will help preserve the appearance and longevity of your bathroom floor tiles.