Introducing our exceptional collection of tiles

From classic ceramics to contemporary designs

At KLD we are tiling specialists, offering tiling options for any renovation and projects varying from Porcelain, Ceramic, External and other popular tile options.

Modern tiling solutions

Elevate your project with exquisite tile solutions

Tiles are an indispensable element of modern interior and exterior design, seamlessly merging functionality with aesthetics. Crafted through meticulous artistry and advanced technology, tiles offer a diverse spectrum of possibilities.

From the enduring elegance of ceramic and porcelain to the captivating allure of decorative and terrazzo tiles, each type embodies unique characteristics that redefine spaces. Whether enhancing durability, slip resistance, or artistic expression, tiles are versatile canvases that empower architects, designers, and homeowners to shape environments that harmonise beauty and practicality, transcending mere surfaces to become the foundation of inspired living.

  • Porcelain Tiles

    Porcelain tiles represent the pinnacle of functional aesthetics. Crafted from refined ceramics, high-temperature firing ensures unparalleled durability, making them ideal for diverse spaces. With great moisture resistance, low maintenance, and enduring elegance redefine interior and exterior design possibilities.

  • Ceramic Tiles

    Ceramic tiles epitomise timeless versatility. Crafted with precision from natural materials, they offer durability, aesthetics, and easy maintenance. Ideal for diverse applications such as wall backsplashes and floors. With wide range of colours, patterns, and sizes ceramic elevates your interior and exterior spaces with enduring elegance.

  • Lappato Tiles

    Lappato tiles exemplify modern sophistication. Combining polished and matte textures, they radiate a subtly luxurious finish. Beyond aesthetic charm, their enhanced slip resistance and easy maintenance redefine versatile, elegant flooring solutions.

  • Terrazzo Tiles

    Terrazzo tiles encapsulate artistic grandeur. Meticulously composed of mix marble, quartz, and glass fragments, they exude opulent texture and vibrant patterns. With unparalleled durability and a rich heritage, they redefine spaces with enduring charm and character.

  • Outdoor Tiles

    Outdoor tiles merge form and function seamlessly. Engineered for outdoor environments, they withstand weather extremes, enhance safety with slip-resistant surfaces, and elevate aesthetics through a diverse palette of designs, textures, and sizes, redefining outdoor spaces with lasting allure.

  • Decorative Tiles

    Crafted with intricate and organic designs, vibrant colours, and meticulous detailing, they transform interiors into captivating showcases of individual style. Elevating surfaces with timeless beauty, these tiles redefine spaces with elegance and charm.


Can I use floor tiles on walls and vice versa?

Yes, you can use any porcelain floor tiles as wall tiles or backsplashes. We recommended to use ceramic tiles as they are not as heavy as porcelain.

Are there non-slip options available for bathroom tiles?

Ceramic tiles are the most common anti-slip material in bathrooms, ideal for wet areas, also Lappato porcelain tiles are a good option too for a distinctive finish.

What are the most popular tile patterns and designs?

Subway tiles can be spotted in any trending indoor architecture. Reason being, they can be stacked vertical and horizontal making it versatile for any decor.

How do I calculate the number of tiles needed for my project?

For floor tiles area - multiply the length and width of the space you want covered.

For wall tiles - measure the length of the wall up and down and the width left to right, then add the square meters of floor area and wall area together. Now you have the total square meter (m2) area, always allow for waste, therefore multiply the total square meter you have by 15%, this will be the actual amount of square meter (m2) you should buy tiles for your project.

Tiles usually come in boxes with their m2 amount labelled, and to know how many boxes you need to buy, divide the total square meter required by the total square meter of tiles in each box.

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