Tiles your way

Our tiles are not only stunning but also amazing value, hardwearing and durable. Choosing the right tiles for your home can be difficult, especially when you want to create a certain look. At Tiles360, we have a fantastic range of wall and floor tiles that will suit all tastes, designs, and styles.

Our floor tile collection is extensive and ranges from vintage patterned shabby chic to the plain coloured highly polished contemporary large square or rectangular shape. We have a wide choice of ever-popular wood effect tiles that look like real wood but cost a fraction of the price and are easier to clean and durable.

Looking for new tiles for your kitchen or bathroom? Choose from marble effect tiles to create something a little dramatic, or you may prefer more subtle with a mosaic or textured pattern feature tiles to complement the look.

We have a large selection of metro and subway style wall tiles including flat-faced and bevelled edge in a variant of colours. Use just one colour or mix colours to create something a little different. If you are looking to make a feature wall in your home, look at our brick effect tiles or feature wall tiles. Choose from patterns, split-face or textured tiles to find the style would love.

The outdoor patio floor tile ranges, are of the highest quality and can be fitted in the traditional way or by using pedestals. They are all very hardwearing, slip-resistant and frost resistant. All ranges are a stone effect but are much lighter to handle than natural stone.

Tiles360 doesn’t only offer you tiles, we offer you great service too. We deliver to all Mainland UK postcodes. We are also very transparent with delivery charges too. Forget having to add items to your basket and start the checkout process to find out these charges – we’ve made it simple. Visit the delivery page to view our postcode zone charges and the zone map to see exactly what you will pay.

You can contact us with any queries you have about our tiles or website in so many ways – Email, Livechat, Phone, Facebook, Pinterest, TikTok or Instagram.

Our customers usually ask...

How do you deliver my tiles?

Tile orders are generally delivered on a pallet due to the weight and by a vehicle with a tail lift. Please inform us when ordering, if your property has restricted access to large vehicles. 

What is kerbside delivery?

Your order will be delivered to the kerbside at your property on a pallet.

Can I return part of my tile order?

Providing they are a current stock item and the same shade/batch as those we have in stock at the time of the return, we give a full refund for full cartons of tiles in their original unopened packaging up to 30 days from delivery.

Adhesives and grouts etc where the packaging has been opened would not be accepted (as, of course, they are then subject to deterioration), nor would tools etc which have been used or the packaging opened.

Important note: the cost of any return is your responsibility

Please contact us before returning goods to ensure they are acceptable. Refunds are normally processed within 7 working days, upon receipt and checking of returned products.

What happens if my tiles arrive damaged?

Responsibility for the tiles passes to you on signing for receipt of the order. Check your tiles carefully when they are delivered for any signs of damage as we must be notified within 48 hours of you receiving your order if the damage is present.  Failure to do so will render any transit damage claim void.

Why is the delivery charge for 1 carton so expensive?

To guarantee safe delivery and minimise damage, all tile orders are shipped on a pallet whether this is 1 carton or 100. Without parcel carriers, breakage risks are reduced. Customers benefit from subsidised delivery costs. Pallet companies charge by weight, with the smallest pallet holding up to 250kg.



Do tiles need to be sealed?

Natural stone (marble, granite, slate, travertine) is porous, as is unglazed ceramic. Porcelain, being denser, is generally not porous, although polished porcelain can be, as the polishing process itself can open up tiny pores on the surface. Any liquid spilt on the tile is therefore liable to soak into the tile and cause permanent staining.

However polished porcelain can be treated at the factory to make it impermeable, and in fact we do not sell any porcelain which needs sealing. Nor do we sell unglazed ceramic, so the only tiles we sell which do require sealing are natural stone. There are some exceptions with this too, for example some mosaics are sealed at the factory, so always ask for advice when making a selection.

There are two types of sealant – the surface sealer which coats the surface of the tile, and the penetrating sealer which is absorbed into and fills the pores of the material. The penetrating sealer is a permanent treatment, whereas the surface sealer will wear and require re-treatment after several years, but it can also be used to give the stone a satin sheen.