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Marble Tile Bathroom

For a bathroom that exudes classic elegance, marble tile is perfect for any bathroom tile design. Durable and beautiful, this natural stone has been used for centuries in some of the most beautiful architecture and design, and now you can have it in your own home.

A beautiful range of marble bathroom tiles

At Cheap Tiles Online, we have a wide range of marble tiles available, with a variety of colours and styles to choose from. This makes it easy to find the perfect tile for your bathroom, whether you are going for a traditional or more contemporary look.

Browse our range of marble tiles below and find the perfect tile for your bathroom today.

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Popular bathroom tile colours in marble

There’s no doubt that marble tile is a classic choice for any bathroom. From elegant white to striking black, this natural stone tile can add a touch of luxury to any bathroom.

Check out our range of popular bathroom tile colours in marble below.

  • White Marble
  • Grey Marble
  • Black Marble
  • Beige Marble
  • Brown Marble
  • Blue Marble
  • Green Marble
  • Yellow Marble

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We offer reliable and fast shipping to all states with competitive rates starting at only $49.


  • Brisbane Metro
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  • Sydney Metro
  • Melbourne Metro
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Other popular bathroom tile colours

Find your perfect bathroom tile design with our range of popular bathroom tile styles below.

  • Feature tiles
  • Mosaic tiles
  • Stone tiles
  • Concrete tiles
  • Non-slip tiles
  • Moroccan tiles
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Charcoal tiles
  • Kit Kat tiles
  • Hexagonal tiles
  • Large tiles
  • Small tiles


How do you clean marble bathroom tiles?

To maintain your polished marble floor and keep it shining, use dishwashing soap or pH-neutral soap diluted with warm water. You can also find commercial cleaners that are specifically made for marble floors. For more information, click here.

Are marble tiles good for bathrooms?

Yes. Marble is a good choice for bathrooms because it’s strong and durable. Plus, it has a natural resistance to water, so it won’t absorb spills and stains like other materials.

Which marble is best for a bathroom?

White marble is ideal for bathrooms. This lovely stone is naturally water-resistant and gives any area a luxurious, elegant atmosphere. Grey and black marble are also good choices for bathrooms if you want a more modern bathroom look.

Do marble tiles crack easily?

Generally, black bathroom tiles are easy to clean and maintain. However, as we’ve mentioned, it depends on the tile surface and finishes. For example, glossWhile marble tiles are generally durable, if you use poor-quality materials, your floors will likely experience cracks and breakages from heavy traffic. In some instances, the tiles might already have hairline cracks before installation.y or shiny tiles can show water spots more easily, so you may need to clean them more frequently. Matte or textured tiles can be more difficult to keep clean, as dirt and grime can become trapped in the texture.

How do you fix hairline cracks in marble?

When it comes to fixing little cracks in a marble surface, epoxy glue is your best friend. Due to the marble’s naturally varying tones, cracks and repairs can be hidden almost imperceptibly. A hairline crack can be repaired by filling it with clear epoxy and then sanding it down with extremely fine grit paper.
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