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Our ceramic and porcelain kitchen floor and wall tiles are available in a range of colours, styles and sizes. You’re bound to find the best kitchen tiles for you at Homebase.

Whether you want to create a calming kitchen with white, grey and green tiles or are after bold blues, pinks and yellows, get inspired and start planning your new kitchen today.

From modern kitchen tiles in a subway style for walls, to large mosaic patterns that add character to your kitchen floor, we stock kitchen tiles in a variety of shapes and sizes. Choose small kitchen tiles to create intricate detailing on your floors and walls, or cover more space in less time with medium and large tiles.

All of our kitchen floor and wall tile boxes list square meters covered so you can make sure you have the right number of packs before you start tiling.

One of the best things about our kitchen tiles is that some of them are suitable for both the floor and wall, so your kitchen can look seamless.

Explore our range of patterned and plain kitchen tiles online or in-store.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do you tile a kitchen wall?

We have a step-by-step guide that you can follow when you are tiling your kitchen. Simply use our tile fitting guide if you need guidance for tiling walls and floors.

Can you paint kitchen tiles?

"Yes, you can paint kitchen tiles. We have a range of specialist tile paint that is perfect for painting ceramic and porcelain kitchen tiles.

We also have a blog that talks you through how to paint tiles, lists the tools that you need and explores how to achieve the perfect finish."

How do you update kitchen tiles without removing them?

"There are a few ways that you can update kitchen tiles without removing them or replacing them, you can:

1. Paint your kitchen tiles. This is a great, low-cost option that is fairly easy to pull off. Take a look at our guide to learn how to paint tiles for more information.

2. Add tile stickers or peel-and-stick splashback for a quick makeover that can transform your space.

3. Regrout your tiles to remove old, dirty or discoloured lines and bring back clean, clear margins between you kitchen floor and wall tiles."

Should you tile walls before or after fitting a kitchen?

You should tile your kitchen wall after new units and worktops have been fitted. This is because you need to make sure your tiles sit just above the worktop and below any upper cabinets.