Pavé Tiles Melbourne offers a great range of stunning and cutting-edge Tiles from Europe and across the globe.
The type of tiles you use will affect the appearance and feel of your home. At Pavé Tiles, tiles are available in a range of materials and finishes.
If you want to see our vast collection of tiles in person, visit our showroom in Richmond, or if you need tiles for a forthcoming project enquire online.
Got a concern? Call our friendly and educated staff at (03) 9428 8151 for expert advice!
We collaborate with our clients’ architects, builders, and design firms to identify the ideal products for their projects, no matter how big or small and regardless of price range. The Pavé team is dedicated to providing our customers with high-quality tiles and service to match, so they may realise their dreams for their homes and commercial spaces.
We offer the highest-quality items and cater to all projects, from modern to traditional designs. from large format panels to outdoor paving, timber tiles, mosaics, and stone and concrete tiles.
Kitchen floor and backsplash tiles from our wide selection of porcelain kitchen tiles and feature tiles are perfect.
With interpretations of concrete and stone in a variety of colours and tones including grey, granite, aggregate stone, and limestone, Pave’s line of outdoor tiles focuses on a modern aesthetic. Most of our products are available in 10mm and 20mm sizes to meet your project’s needs. Due to the fact that 20mm pavers can be installed on gravel, grass, sand, or a levelling system, they are increasingly being used, especially for apartment balconies and other areas without a concrete foundation.
Our Aquatica collection has a wide variety of relaxing accents that are inspired by the ocean and sky, giving you a style that is ageless, classy, and elegant. Whether it’s Italian glass mosaics or ceramic tiles, we’re sure you’ll be thrilled to find that “wow” factor for your swimming pool that fits in with the rest of your yard.
Subway tiles, which can be installed vertically or in a herringbone pattern, are part of our extensive selection of subway tiles. We also provide a variety of more traditional and historical applications. Many of our traditional Italian and Spanish ceramic subway tiles have a subtle aesthetic that combines a sense of the past with the present.
The warmth and natural beauty of wood are combined with the strength and durability of ceramic in wood-look or timber-look tiles. As a result, a dense forest forms in which the different types of wood fibre alternate and meld together to produce distinctive compositions and colour contrasts.
We take great delight in providing a huge variety of top-notch bathroom tiles from Italy, Spain, and other countries at Pavé Tile Co. Explore our portfolio to see beautiful pattern tiles, textured tiles, stone and glass mosaics, timber tiles, feature tiles, outdoor tiles and pavers, large format porcelain sheets, and cutting-edge stone and concrete interpretations from the best producers in the world.
Porcelain compositions are denser and thus less porous than ceramic compositions. This makes porcelain tiles harder and impervious to moisture than ceramic tiles. Due to its body composition, it is considered more durable and better suited for heavy usage (such as floors) than a ceramic tile.
The majority of our tiles are glazed porcelain and do not need sealing. Porcelain tiles are milled, and sprayed dry to small particle size distributions before being pressed and fired at 1200 degrees Celsius- this results in a nonporous material and therefore sealing is not required.
There are some unglazed tiles on the market, they are generally vitrified porcelain. You could seal these tiles if you wished using a suitable product.
Porcelain tiles are very low maintenance and easy to clean. Although dirt and grime can accumulate over time, some regular light cleaning will keep them looking as good as new.
A good homemade solution is to use hot water and a dash of methylated spirits. Avoid all soap-based products as they can leave a thin film on the tiles that will attract more dirt. For stubborn stains try Jiff and a rough brush, and wash thoroughly with water.
Alternately, if these remedies do not work, you may require a more soluble tiling cleaning product specific for porcelain tiles that you can source from good hardware stores.
The tile industry as a whole is moving towards larger format tiles, as technology and the demand increases. A standard tile size in today’s market is 60x60cm. This size generally works in all spaces including smaller rooms.
We specialise in larger format tile sizes being 60x120cm, 120x120cm and 300x100cm slab formations. Tiles of this format are utilised and are beneficial in expansive open areas, eg: living areas, and master ensuites. We recommend these sizes for areas where the space itself can take as many full size tiles as possible; this in turn will mean minimal waste and give the overall feeling of grandeur.
It is best to keep in mind when choosing the size of the tile that there is a focus on elimination of grout lines- to ensure a seamless atheistic. If you aim for small tiles and mosaics, this can add to the busyness and detract from giving a feeling of openness.
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Porcelain is incredibly hardwearing, dense and is resistant to most heavy stresses.
It is very difficult to chip or crack tiles that are already glued down. If a chip in the tile were to occur most tiles are coloured body – which means the same colour on the surface of the tile will show.
Should cracks in a tile develop it is usually the result of other causes. In those cases, cracks in a concrete slab can cause tiles to crack. Faulty application of the thin-set adhesive is also a common defect. Installers may not apply enough glue or fail to apply a sufficient amount on the back of the tiles.
Porcelain tiles have different finishes, designed and created for various uses and emulating different looks from concrete, to stone and timber. See below for an overview of the types of finishes you can expect to find for porcelain tiles.
Mat – Flat finish and often with some form of texture.
Honed – Ultra smooth. Many tiles that have a honed finish are stone interpretations of travertine or marble.
Lux/Polish – High shine or mirror glaze finish. Tiles in this finish often accentuate the vibrancy of colour and print, and also reflect and bounce light off the tile.
Structured – Rough finish, generally for external finishes, including outdoor areas, swimming pools or high public traffic areas where slip rating is important.