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Floor Tiles

Our designers at Beaumont Tiles have traveled the world to source the best floor tiles from around the globe.

Take advantage of our extensive legwork and get access to all the latest styles and designs of floor tiles available today to put a new face (and bottom) on your next home renovation project whether it’s in your bathroom, kitchen, living room or even outdoors.

With over 55 years of experience, we can help you piece together the stylish bathroom of your dreams. We’ll help you create a masterpiece in your own personal style that you’ll enjoy for many years. The durability of floor tiles means you get the best value for your money with reliable designs that will not just stand but ace the test of time.

Floor Tiles

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Dazzle your family and guests with marvelous modern floor tile designs or install a timeless floor that will complement the other primary features of your room. With Australia’s biggest range of tiles, Beaumont Tiles has all the options available for you to create the perfect look indoors and out.

Whether you’re a newcomer to the world of renovation or a seasoned DIY tiling veteran, we have the floor tiles and information on hand to make your next project the next big thing. Why wait? Get inspired today with our room ideas galleries and browse our full range of floor tiles for all the latest designs.

Our Strategic Designer On - Choosing Floor Tiles

I like to go with a dark shade tile that draws the eye upwards and out, which is something that can be achieved with penny rounds, decorative, or large format and slab tiles. My fave go-tos are timber look tiles though, as you can run them from your front porch right through to your backyard pool to create a truly indoor-out living space, which is perfect for Australian living.

For the trend-savvy, terrazzo tiles are another timeless and impactful option. They’re delicate yet playful and blend beautifully into trending shades like blush pink, and organic blues or greens. Plus. for creating zones between the kitchen and living or hallway and bathroom, terrazzo is a great way to add complexity to your overall design narrative.

If you're thinking of tiling a floor in a wet area, you should also definitely look at textured tiles to make sure you have enough slip resistance.