Thanks to their flexible nature, white tiles work almost anywhere in the house, but are particularly popular in bathrooms and kitchens.
Bathroom-wise, our White Marble tiles are a classic choice. They’re minimal and simple, with a little light veining and a soft, matt-polished look – they keep the space light and bright, while adding a real touch of luxury. Keep the look pared back and combine with natural worn woods and aged brassware, then add a contemporary twist with a freestanding modern bath.
Another popular white bathroom tile is our Skinny White Metro. This tile’s rich, glossy glaze provides a ripple effect that draws the eye and adds depth to walls and splashbacks, and its long, elegant dimensions lend themselves perfectly to either a classic herringbone or stacked arrangement.
This flexible tile is a great choice for kitchens, too, as the glazed surface means easy maintenance. Use it on the walls and splashbacks, then use a brighter, cement tile on the floor for a pop of colour or pattern (our Antique Collections are great on floors, or try terracotta for a soft and natural look).
If you’re looking for white tiles for a contemporary kitchen space, try our Ebony terrazzo, which features different tones of white contrasted with flecks of black for a touch of drama. These contemporary tiles are brilliant on floors or make for a very striking centrepiece when used to clad a kitchen island.
Our white cement tiles can be used on floors, walls, splashbacks and kitchen islands. They are very durable and naturally slip resistant so good for floors in hight traffic areas. They are also heat resistant so are also suitable for underfloor heating and for use on fire surrounds. Our white glazed tiles are suitable for walls, splashbacks and are a lovely choice for wetrooms and bathrooms as they don’t need sealing to make them water resistant, but we don’t recommend them for use on floors Our terrazzo tiles are suitable for walls and floors too, as are our marble tiles. See our installation guides for full instructions on how to install your tiles.