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Our latest porcelain bathroom tiles

Looking for some bathroom tile inspiration? Look no further. Our portfolios are bursting with the latest porcelain bathroom tiles for walls and floors. Whether it’s bathroom feature tiles for walls, exquisite tiles for floors or ideas for your bathroom makeover, we’ve a whole host of beautiful tiles to choose from. So let’s start exploring! 

Things to consider ...

Bathrooms can be tricky spaces. Generally the smallest or one of the smaller rooms in the home your bathroom will pack a lot into a small space. For walls and floors there are lots of decisions to be made! Do you tile every wall floor to ceiling, or do you only tile where absolutely necessary, or something in between? 

 

Tiles can perform the most basic function, that is, they can be used to simply ensure that they protect walls from water ingress where necessary – think around the sink, in the shower etc. Alternatively, they can be used to create that wow moment – think amazing feature tile. Or you may be looking to create that spa at home feel with tiles that create the perfect canvas for a relaxing spa space. 

 

 

Budget will also play a part as will the size of your bathroom and the amount of light. You may want to create an airy space that is light and bright, or you may be looking to create something dark and moody where clever lighting is used to stunning effect. 

 

 

Whatever the aim, our latest porcelain bathroom tiles make it easy. We’ve hand-picked a collection of beautiful tiles that make it easy for you to create the bathroom of your dreams.

Grace Sahara Bathroom tile top 5 tile trends for 2024

Grace Sahara is perfect for creating that spa at home feel

Chic limestone look porcelain tile silver kitchen

Our brand new Chic collection launching soon! 

Using bathroom feature tiles

Bathroom feature tiles are a great way of adding interest to spaces. They can also add texture.  The finish of a tile can really impact the overall feel of your design, for example, a gloss tile will help with light reflectance and can brighten a space but it can also make a space feel cooler. Whereas a matt tile tends to absorb more light and will make a space feel cosier. 

Any interiors expert will tell you that a well designed space will feature the rough with the smooth, in other words it’s important to consider texture, not just colour when designing your bathroom. Small feature tiles with uneven surfacing can really add depth to a space as the light will bounce off their surface. 


Adding a patterned tile into the mix is also a great way of defining a space for example behind the sink or in the shower. Now let’s think about adding a neutral floor tile into the mix and suddenly our bathroom design is coming together! Our Define White 600 x 600mm tiles would work brilliantly in this space creating a contemporary floor space. They could also be used on the walls and in the shower. That leaves you free to think about using little feature tiles perhaps on one wall of the bathroom as shown below to create a feature wall that adds a little texture. Adding matt black sanitaryware also enhances the overall feel of the space. 

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Motif patterned tiles along with a tile like our Adore White 

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Define White 600 x 600mm floor tiles

Our latest porcelain bathroom tiles in large format

You may decide rather than smaller feature tiles you prefer large format and a more tile less grout look! Using exactly the same tile on the floor and wall can beautifully tie a bathroom space together creating a super simple and stylish backdrop. It also allows you to run the grout lines from the floor and up to the walls for the cleanest of lines. 

 

Opting for a very simple concrete effect or cement effect tile can work exceptionally well if you are looking for understated chic. An 800 x 800mm or 900 x 900mm larger format tile with minimal grout lines can really elevate a space. Opting for a rectified tile also means that grout lines are just a few mm bringing a totally uncluttered feel to a space. 

 

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Metro Bone 900 x 900mm tiles

Adding a splash of colour

If it’s dark and moody design you are seeking then opting for a metallic effect tile can really enhance your design and make the perfect bathroom feature tile. Our Patina Blue Rust and Corten tiles are perfect for a feature wall – whether in the shower or behind a bath the clever surface texture of these tiles means that lighting can easily pick up on the beautiful surface texture. 

 

These are tiles that are at the forefront of design – with clever surface finishes designed to truly enhance the tiles overall look and feel. Colour and contour are aligned so these metallic tiles echo real metal brilliantly and the tiny pits and dents in the tile surface are wonderfully highlighted with the right lighting. 

 

You can of course use the same tile throughout the bathroom space. Or, to truly highlight your bathroom feature tiles, picking a really neutral tile for the remaining walls and floors works a treat. This gives you a neutral canvas with one feature wall that really wows! Choosing a wall behind a bath for a darker tile is a great way of further enhancing that wow factor with a stunning bath centre piece in a crisp clean white. 

PATINA BLUE RUST METAL EFFECT PORCELAIN TILE
Patina Corten metallic floor tiles

Patina Blue Rust and Corten can make brilliant bathroom feature tiles

Textured Tiles

Our Bloom tile collection is a cleverly designed tile range that incorporates both a gloss finish to the indented leaf design as well as a textured elevated surface – bringing the best of both worlds with a combo of matt and polished textures! In three colours this is a tile that is perfect for contemporary bathroom spaces where you want to add a touch of texture but still want something understated. 

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Bloom feature tiles

Let's not forget ceramic tiles

We’ve explored some of our latest porcelain bathroom tiles, but let’s not forget ceramic bathroom feature tiles! What’s the difference between porcelain and ceramic. In a nutshell, porcelain tiles are a mix of clays and minerals, whereas ceramic tiles are made from clay. They are not fired at as high temperature as porcelain so this, coupled with their makeup means these tiles are slightly softer than porcelain (although they are still incredibly strong and perfect for bathrooms!). That in turn means they are slightly easier to cut than porcelain which can be a bonus in small bathroom spaces so they are definitely worth considering. 

 

Take our large format ceramic tiles from our Season collection. These lovely large 1000 x 333mm wood effect tiles are a brilliant way to add texture to walls – and they are still easy clean with their smooth surface. Designed with rectified edges – ie straight edges – grout lines are at a minimum so that means you can easily create a seamless wall of wood. They really give that spa feel to a space! 

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Season Caramel large format slatted wall tiles

Or check out our Docklands textured tiles, perfect again for walls in bathrooms. These tiles are in three subtle shades of white, grey and beige and they are all beautifully understated. These wall tiles work brilliantly with our Docklands porcelain tiles for the floor. 

DOCKLANDS GREY CEMENT EFFECT PORCELAIN

Docklands textured wall tiles

Want to know more about our porcelain bathroom tiles and bathroom feature tiles? Hop onto our website www.thetileportfolio.co.uk and explore!

The TilePortfolio specialise in high quality Italian and Spanish Porcelain and Ceramic tiles, in particular large format Porcelains and porcelain tiles for inside and outside. Our carefully curated, stunning tile portfolios are beautifully presented online and supported by a friendly, warm and welcoming service. Visit our centrally based showroom in Kettering, Northamptonshire or shop on line with us at www.thetileportfolio.co.uk. We are here to help and would be delighted to get involved with your project! We always recommend using a professional installer for your project. 

Please note: We strongly recommend using a professional tiler for your project. Installation requirements may vary depending on the tiles you choose, the fixing products used and the specific conditions. Always check with your tiler regards the suitability of the tiles. Please get in touch with us if you have any questions.

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