Classic and calming, blue tiles will never go out of fashion. Whether part of a fresh and uplifting blue-and-white scheme, layered with other tonal shades or used as a base for brighter accents, this hardworking hue suits a multitude of palettes. Whether you’re on the hunt for blue bathroom tiles, or looking for easy ways to inject some colour into your kitchen, our collection of blue tiles is sure to provide some inspiration.
The colour of sea and sky, blue tiles lend spaces a palpable sense of tranquility. From glacial tones through to deepest indigo, blue is both peaceful and grounding. In showers or bathrooms, it immediately emphasises a link to water, enhancing a feeling of cleanliness and purity. Our blue bathroom tiles encompass soft and dusky tones, such as the Oska matt porcelain tiles in powder blue, and stronger shades, like our richly coloured Riad porcelain design in navy-coloured blue gloss.
If you like your blues seriously bright and energising, the vibrant Paintbox ceramic blue wall tiles in turquoise gloss conjure up images of a sparkling tropical sea with their lustrous glaze. For softer, smokier and more calming shades, try our Zen porcelain in blue gloss or any blue tile with grey undertones. If you’re keen to take a more subtle approach, look to a natural stone with a hint of blue, such as our bluestone collection. These honed or tumbled marble designs make the perfect blue kitchen tiles. They are an ideal choice for durable flooring that feels wonderful underfoot and will age beautifully over time.
If you’re worried that bringing in blue might make your space feel a little on the cold side, then consider pairing this versatile shade with warm neutrals or terracotta tones. Our Portofino porcelain range mimics the appearance of swirling veined marble, and blends cobalt blues with stormy greys and warmer, earthier brown tones. Use on walls, floors or both for a seriously glamorous bathroom or shower scheme. Alternatively, break up blue with white, either by mixing plain-coloured tiles or choosing patterned blue tiles that feature both colours.
Decorative prints are an obvious choice if you like the idea of blue floor tiles, but can also look really effective when used as a feature behind a bathroom vanity or cloakroom sink. More delicate patterns evoke the feel of traditional blue-and-white tiles, while geometric patterns appear bolder and more modern. If you’re searching for blue kitchen tiles, then either style will look right at home in both a classic or contemporary space.