White Bathroom & Kitchen Tiles

White floor and wall tiles, surfaces that create timeless atmospheres. Explore the porcelain stoneware and ceramic tile collections that suit your style.

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Soft touch semi-matte surface
  • Colors 12
  • Surfaces 1
  • Sizes 2
Stone Look Stoneware & Wall Tiles
  • Colors 5
  • Mosaics 5
  • Surfaces 3
  • Sizes 4
  • Colors 10
  • Surfaces 1
  • Sizes 1
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  • Colors 6
  • Mosaics 6
  • Surfaces 2
  • Sizes 6

Marazzi Advice

White ceramic or porcelain stoneware tiles are a simple and elegant covering that lends light, cleanliness and lightness to indoor and outdoor environments. White diffuses light and expands spaces: for example, a glossy or matt white floor optically enlarges any small room.

There is no such thing as a single “white”. Instead, there are tiles with different shades of white: from pure white to ice, talcum powder, ivory, milk and vanilla... All these shades of white tiles belong to two distinct groups: warm whites and cold whites. The former contain an imperceptible amount of yellow, orange or red; the latter contain blue, green or grey. In the Marazzi catalogue, the infinite shades of white are also presented in the collections of porcelain stoneware with a woodstonemarbleconcrete, terracotta, brick and Venetian Seminato effect.

White tiles are very versatile in accompanying coloured tiles (bright, dark or pastel colours, as well as grey, beige and black), decorated tiles and the many porcelain stoneware tiles similar to natural and building materials. In the Marazzi catalogue, white’s varied use is enhanced by a variety of tile sizessmallmediumlarge and extra-large.

In a room, the impact of a white porcelain or ceramic tile floor, as well as of white tiles used to cover walls, depends on a number of factors that must be balanced. These range from the characteristics of the space (dimensions, height, lighting) to the appearance of the tiles: the type of white, the presence of decorative or three-dimensional patterns; the finish, which can be glossy, matt or irregular, as in the case of stoneware tiles with a wood or stone effect. Furthermore, the impact of white tiles depends on the colour combination chosen between the floor and the walls (tone-on-tone, harmonious, contrasting) and the installation layout of the tiles themselves.