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Bathroom Wall Tiles

Bathroom wall tiles are thinner and more lightweight than floor tiles, to reduce the vertical wall drag during installations. Although some tiles (from this range) are suitable for both wall and floor installation. If that's what you're looking for check the product description to ensure you’re choosing the right tile for the right job. Choose from a huge variety of options including mosaic tiles, metro tiles, marble effect tiles and more. Need to update your home's flooring too? Try our extensive bathroom floor tiles range.

Tiles present a great surface for wet environments. Many of our wall tiles offer versatility to create wet room designs as well as a traditional bathroom layout. Our varied and highly versatile range includes options suited for all manner of spaces. Redesigning more than one room? View our range of stunning kitchen tiles too! Find something to suit any room of the home among the Victorian Plumbing range.

You'll find good looking and well-made bathroom wall tiles across the board, all of which sure to enhance the look of your home. To further assure you of their stellar quality, many of our wall tiles are provided by esteemed manufacturers such as RAK Ceramics and British Ceramic Tile.

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Stonehouse Studio Tissington Grey Border Patterned Wall and Floor Tiles - 225 x 225mm
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FAQ's

As one of the most crucial parts of the bathroom to get right, it can often be tough finding just the right wall tiles to really give your setting the stunning backdrop it deserves. In this guide we'll outline the important things you need to know when choosing new tiles and also help you establish exactly what will be right for your bathroom.

How to create a stunning visual effect

Of course, tiles are all about making a statement. They show off your creativity and give your bathroom a unique look which is personal to you. Combining different styles can lead to some beautiful effects too so keep this in mind if you have a specific area of the room which you would like to highlight. Your options include:

Mosaic: Featuring either large or small squares which make up each individual tile, these items will give your bathroom walls a smart, contemporary effect. There are some interesting finishes available too, such as natural stone and even some funky metallic colours. Great for more individual settings.

Patterned: These tiles can include anything from floral designs to diamond shaped patterns. Using these to pick out certain elements of a room is a good idea which can have a real eye-pleasing effect when done well.

Border: Using border tiles is an ideal way to break up the look of the bathroom. Placing them around the walls can create a more interesting effect and avoid the room looking too samey and one dimensional.

Materials

Deciding which material is best for your bathroom wall tiles will come down to several factors including cost, suitability and personal preference.

Porcelain: These tiles are manufactured using a mixture of clay and sand. This gives them a tougher finish which is more resistant to knocks and scratches. They are a good option if you're planning on having a wet room installed as they have a lower rate of water absorbency than other tiles.

Ceramic: Made using a natural clay, ceramic tiles have a glazed finish which will give your bathroom walls an extra level of style. This finish also makes them very easy to maintain too, which is handy.

A word about grout

It's all well and good choosing the perfect tiles, but they won't be much good to you without a quality grout! Grouting is essential as it seals the gaps between each individual tile, securing them tightly to the wall. Grout contains a mixture of cement, sand and water which combines to create a protective seal.

What is a W.A. rating?

The W.A. (water absorption) rating of your tiles basically tells you whether they are suitable for specific areas or not. There are four different ratings: Nonvitreous, Semivitreous, Vitreous and Impervious. As a general rule it's best to avoid using either non or semivitreous tiles in your bathroom as they have a higher level of water absorption.

How do I work out just how many tiles I will need?

In order to avoid the hassle of massively over-buying (or even worse not ordering enough) it's recommended that you work out just how many tiles you will actually need to cover the walls. This can be done easily by using a tile calculator. We have a tile calculator tab on each product page, and all you need to do is take some measurements of the walls before typing the numbers into the calculator and seeing how many tiles you'll need.

Always remember to order slightly more tiles than you need just in case any get broken or damaged at any point. Buy around 10% more to accommodate this.