Suitable for walls only
Luxurious gloss finish
Minimal variation between tiles
In the 13th century, the Moors introduced hand-painted ‘azulejo’ tiles to the Iberian peninsula and over the centuries, almost every conceivable surface was decorated in captivating works of tiled art. So much so that today, blue and white pattered tiles have become synonymous with Portugal - ... Read more
In the 13th century, the Moors introduced hand-painted ‘azulejo’ tiles to the Iberian peninsula and over the centuries, almost every conceivable surface was decorated in captivating works of tiled art. So much so that today, blue and white pattered tiles have become synonymous with Portugal - the cities of Lisbon and Porto in particular.
Our Porto Blue tiles are inspired by the impressive panels found in the famous Sao Bento station and will add a decorative flourish to any wall or floor. The delicate yet intricate patterns are designed to be mixed and matched together for maximum eye-dazzling effect. We’d recommend keeping the rest of your decor relatively simple, to allow these vibrant tiles to steal the show. Please note:
There are 20 different patterns in total in the Porto Blue range.
M2 / box
176 x 201 mm
Tiles / box
Minimum of 5 working days
Free on orders over £500
£30 for orders under £500
£15 for orders under 18kg
2 working days
£50 on all orders
Most orders are delivered on a pallet and are kerbside only.
Please note that there may be a surcharge to certain postcodes.
Please see our deliveries page for more information.
You can return your full order to us within 30 days for a complete refund.
Please see our returns page for more information.
These tiles are sold by the box and ordering is easy.
Simply enter how many square metres you’ll need and we’ll tell you how many boxes are required to cover this area. We’ll always round this up to the nearest full box.
You can also order by the box if you know how many you'll need.
Either way, please remember to include 10% extra to cover cuts and wastage.
While we recommend using a professional tiler, you can fix these ceramic wall tiles yourself - especially if you're a dab hand at DIY.
Please refer to our Installation Guide for further information.