When you buy Home Tiles tiles, you can be certain you’re getting great quality, great value and a great looking home. What’s more, our tiles will look great for many years to come. We source our tiles direct from the manufacturer which means we can pass the savings straight to you!
We’re always looking for even better deals to give you great quality tiles at the lowest possible prices. To find out how much you’ll save, visit our Ilford tile shop to see for yourself and don’t forget, our tiles are always in stock so you can take away today!
As home owners continue to improve their homes with gorgeous, hard wearing tiles, we’ve seen an increase in demand in-store for great value floor tiles, wall tiles, kitchen tiles, bathroom tiles and mosaic tiles. Our range has never been so big!
Have a browse in-store for our current tile ranges, or take a closer look at this month’s best deals…
If you’re starting a project to retile floors and walls, don’t buy anything until you’ve visited a Home Tiles store. Our mantra is Value & Variety, which means we have a wide range of designs and colours to choose from, and all our tiles are amazing value for money. They’re hard wearing, robust and you can’t buy them cheaper anywhere else!
With such long-lasting tiles, how you design your room is going to be important. Our products are carefully selected to complement each other, producing beautiful styles you’ll love for many years to come.
All our store staff are trained on everything to do with tiling, so if you’ve got any questions about tiles, just ask!
And if you need help or advice about how to design your new room, check out the blogs written by our interior design partner, Sai Siddique. She is passing on her professional experience to help you make the most of your new room design and your Home Tiles tiles.
If you’re north of the Thames in London, you’ll never be far from a Home Tiles store. Our other stores are at: Barking, High Wycombe, Ilford, Leytonstone, New Southgate, Rainham, Walthamstow, Staples Corner, Uxbridge, Tottenham and Chingford.