An iconic design classic ideal for adding a splash of style to kitchen and bathroom walls, this hardwearing, stylish tile is as versatile as it is beautiful.
Elegant bevelled edges.
Classic, Art Deco-inspired design
Durable ceramic construction.
Easy clean/low maintenance.
Whether used as an accent within a feature wall, as a simple splashback, or a fireplace surround or to cover the walls of your kitchen or bathroom, you’re sure to find a look using metro tiles that works with your personal style. These look equally striking in a contemporary bathroom with all the latest tech as they do in a traditional country kitchen and work perfectly paired with industrial style accents. These simple tiles suit nearly any decorating scheme and this alone is likely the reason why they remain a favourite choice from architects to interior designers to DIY-ers nationwide.
David L. 01/05/20
Since these tiles are bevelled, what is the thickness in the centre, and the thickness at the edge, please?
Our advice: 6.5mm thickness in the centre, approx 4mm on the edge
G c. 01/11/19
Can I put on top of my current tiles
Our advice: As long as the existing tiles are level and secure then this should be fine. You would need to prime first, we recommend using the Eco Prim Grip (1560005).
What is the best size spacer to use with these tiles?
Our advice: With the Metro wall tiles, most people use a 2mm grout spacing. We would recommend using 'T' Spacers (SKU: 440200) to create a brick bond design.
Hi what colour is the grout for tiles on the photo with the kitchen that has the wooden work tops?
Our advice: As the image you refer to is a customer image, we cannot confirm what grout has been used, however, for the Metro Cream Wall Tile (SKU 431400) we would recommend the Ultracolor Jasmine (Cream) 130 Flexible Grout 5kg (SKU 6013005A) which from the image mentioned, would achieve a similar look.
Linda B. 26/04/17
Do I order per tile. As I would need 120 or per box of 50?
Our advice: If you are aware of the number of tiles required for your project just add this amount to the quantity box and this will be the number of single tiles not boxes.