The smartest choice for your bathrooms

Bathroom Tiles

Bathroom Tiles are the most important place for hygiene and safety. For the best results, choose tiles that are easy to clean for the walls, and slip-resistant tiles for the floor. We have made our recommendation here.

Many great people credit getting clarity on big ideas to the most private and small room in the house. While cleanliness and pleasing settings remain the most important aspects for urban bathrooms in India, which are generally not very large, designer bathroom tiles or 3D bathroom tiles can be used to give them a new look in seconds.

Bathroom tiles are also available in a variety of designs, including marble, stone, wood, texture, floral, 3D, geometric, and others, to give your bathroom a one-of-a-kind appearance.

The tiles are also available in a variety of finishes, with matte finish tiles being the most popular choice for bathroom floors because they improve traction, and glossy tiles being the most popular choice for bathroom walls because they are easier to clean.

Modern Bathroom Tiles Collections

Bathroom Tile Designs at H&R Johnson

Bathrooms can be designed in any way you want. You can keep the design consistent with the rest of the house's interior design, or you can experiment with the space as you see fit. You can easily create a safe and relaxing bathroom with the various types of tiles available at H&R Johnson Tiles in various materials, designs, finishes, textures, sizes, and patterns. To create different atmospheres, you can use wooden tiles, mosaic tiles, or even marble tiles on the walls and floors of the bathrooms.

Because of the constant use of water in the area, bathrooms are prone to stains and water spots. As a result, tiles are your best option because they are moisture resistant, and most bathroom floor tiles have anti-slip qualities that will keep you safe. They are also simple to clean, requiring only a cleaning solution, water, and a mop to remove stains and spots from the surface of your tiles.

Slipping and sliding on the bathroom floor is made more likely by the presence of water and soapy fluids. A thin film of water or soapy water on the surface causes it. If the tile surface is very smooth and glossy, the risk increases dramatically, so matt finish tiles are preferable. If there are elderly people in the house, hard matt and textured surface floor tiles work best.

How to Choose Bathroom Tiles for Your Space?

Choosing the right bathroom tiles is just as important as putting the rest of the house together. The environment must be clean, dry, and free of any potential hazards or germ breeding grounds.

The risk is very high if the tile surface is exceptionally smooth and glossy; therefore, anti-skid tiles for bathrooms, such as matt finish tiles, are preferred.

If there are elderly people in the house, floor tiles with a firmer matt and textured surface work best because they provide better grip when wet. As an example, consider the following:

  • Floor safety, both dry and wet.
  • While glossy tiles can be used on walls (and are easier to clean), matte finish tiles are preferable for bathroom floors because they reduce the likelihood of slips and falls.
  • Suitable for use by children and the elderly.
  • Simple to clean and maintain.

Spaces to Use Bathroom Tiles

Bathroom wall tiles that range from simple and understated to cool and sophisticated. In our collection of intricate wall tiles, you'll find bathroom tiles that reflect your individual style and interests. These tiles appear to make sense and provide a consistent look to this area of your home.

    Bathroom Walls: Water splashes will not damage these tiles, whether installed in the shower or above the sink. These bathroom tiles appear to be one of the most sophisticated choices for the bathroom space due to their unique water-repelling qualities.

    Bathroom Floors: Bathroom floors need to ensure user’s safety and consider the exposure to various liquids like soap, cleaners, etc. Matt finish tiles are preferable for the bathroom floors, especially in a small and mid sized bathroom.

    Countertop: If you are building a vanity basin in your bathroom, a countertop is another place you can place a tile. These tiles are different from wall and floor tiles as they can be glossy and must possess high mechanical strength.

Types of Bathroom Tiles at H&R Johnson

Ceramic Tiles

Ceramic tile is a type of tile that comes in a variety of colours, sizes, shapes, finishes, and textures. You can choose between rock and wood textures, which are ideal for a cosy themed bathroom.

Others may prefer pure wood texture tiles for their bathroom to achieve a natural theme. You can select plain, coordinated, punched, and heritage ceramic tiles at H&R Johnson.

Porcelain Tiles

Porcelain or glazed vitrified tiles (GVT) are ceramic tiles made with a vitrification process. The process makes the tiles stronger and more resistant to water and thaw. Glazed surface provides the stain resistant surface finish to the tile.

Countertop Tiles

If you are building a vanity sink in your bathroom you can use a fully vitrified tile slab for the countertop.

Popular Bathroom Tile Choices at H&R Johnson

Bathroom Wall Tiles

  • Coordinated Digital Print Tiles: Coordinated digital print tiles are a combination of HD printed ceramic tiles with coordinated designs. Installed together these tiles can form a large piece of design or artwork on the wall. The use of digital printing processes has made it possible to add any design or pattern to the surface of bathroom wall tiles.

  • Digital Natural Wall Tiles: Digital 3D bathroom wall tiles with elevated prints like stone, wood, brick, marble, and so on.

  • Glossy Wall Tiles: Gloss tiles have a mirror-like glaze. The lustrous gloss finish tiles have a light-reflecting sheen. These bathroom tiles are ideal for small rooms because they open up and expand the space.

  • Matte Finish Wall Tiles: Matte finish bathroom wall tiles lend a more refined, reserved, and understated aesthetic to your overall design.

Bathroom Floor Tiles

  • Natural Finish Floor Tiles: Honed finish tiles have a smooth, satin finish with little light reflection. The term "natural stone finish" usually refers to how natural stone appears.
  • Matte Finish Floor Tiles: Matte-finish tiles are dark and opaque, with no reflective properties. As a result, they are better suited to a broader range of applications. Matte-finish tiles in a small room can make it appear and feel smaller unless the rest of the space is carefully designed to offset this effect.

Bathroom Tile Sizes at H&R Johnson:

Type Size in mm
Small size 300x300 mm
300x600 mm
300x450 mm
Regular size 600x1200 mm
600x600 mm
300x600 mm
Large size 1200x2400 mm
1200x1800 mm
800x1600 mm
800x1200 mm
Plank Tiles 195x1200 mm

Bathroom Tile Colours & Finishes at H&R Johnson:

There are multiple colours that bathroom tiles are available in. Let’s have a look at some of the fast-running colours in tiles.

  • White
  • Grey
  • Blue
  • Brown
  • Beige
  • Sandune
  • Black
  • Terracotta
  • Ivory
  • Cream
  • Green
  • Pink
  • Yellow
  • Chequered
  • Multicolour
  • Orange
  • Purple
  • Red
  • Wenge


1. Which tiles are best for the bathroom?

Ceramic tile is a popular bathroom flooring option. It is water and stain resistant, and will not absorb bacteria or odours. It's an excellent choice for a busy bathroom. Ceramic tile comes in a variety of colours and styles for a sleek, opulent look. You may also use Glazed vitrified tiles for wet floors with Slip resistance property.

Choose non-slip floor tiles for the bathroom. Aside from their safety feature, anti-slip tiles are low maintenance and easy to clean, which is one of the best reasons to use them. These ceramic tiles are also scratch resistant and long-lasting. Even with heavy traffic, matte finish tiles or anti-skid tiles last longer in bathrooms.

2. What kind of tile is best for a small bathroom?

Bathrooms with limited space require smart and creative interior design to make every inch of the surface appear spacious and comfortable. This is usually accomplished by using a single or dual colour tone for the area.

If you don't have a window for direct sunlight, stick to a reflective and lighter colour palette. In any case, a white glossy surface for the walls is a safe bet for smaller bathrooms. To make your own combination, combine this with pink, ocean blue, natural green, or grey.

3. What tile is not slippery on the shower floor?

Slip resistance and a good grip on the bathroom floor can be provided by textured or matte-finish ceramic tile with a COF value of 0.6. Overall, it is one of the best bathroom tile options.

Matt finish ceramic or porcelain tiles are the best option for non-slip flooring. Aside from its practicality, affordability, and variety of available styles, vinyl flooring has a higher resistance to heavy traffic and moisture.

4. What is the safest floor for a bathroom?

Because it is waterproof, stylish, and affordable, porcelain tiles (GVTs) are the best for bathroom flooring. Porcelain tiles mimicking natural stone looks, have a rich, textured, and solid appearance. It is waterproof and relatively inexpensive, just like vinyl.

5. What type of tile is best for hard water?

Glazed ceramic and vitrified tiles (GVTs) are excellent choices for bathroom and kitchen areas prone to water splashes. This extra layer of protection makes it more waterproof, durable, and stain-proof.

Porcelain is made from refined clays, and undergoes a high temperature vitrification process, giving it greater durability and scratch resistance than ceramic.

Even though tiles with a smooth, glossy finish can avoid limescale formation better than textured or matt finish tiles, hard water sticking and drying up on the tile’s surface can lead to limescale formation. Thus, wiping the tiles dry with a microfibre cloth is recommended for avoiding limescale formation.