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8 Best Tile Suppliers & Shops In Singapore For Flooring That Will Elevate Your Interior Design

17 March 2022 | BY

Whether you’re in the market for ceramic and porcelain or mosaics and natural stone, we’ve compiled a list of the eight best tile suppliers and shops in Singapore to hit up if you’re about to embark on your reno journey.

A big component of any home renovation is jazzing up our walls and floors. While there are several different kinds of flooring options you can choose from such as vinyl, cement screed and hardwood, tiles come highly recommended for their versatility, stain resistance and easy maintenance. 

Whether you’re in the market for ceramic and porcelain or mosaics and natural stone, we’ve compiled a list of the eight best tile suppliers and shops in Singapore to hit up if you’re about to embark on your reno journey.  

1. Lian Seng Hin – Industry veteran with holiday-themed tiles

Lian Seng Hin

Image credit: @aesthetixonly

We may now be chionging towards airline websites to book our VTL flights for a short getaway, but one thing we have learnt from the Big C is that we can bring the holidays back home. Good news is that Lian Seng Hin can help us with that, an industry veteran that gets creative with holiday-themed tiles that form looks like this Bali-themed home

Lian Seng Hin 2

Image credit: @hausonthehorizon

Ticking all our credibility boxes, Lian Seng Hin sources globally and is a distributor in overseas markets, and is solid in serving the usuals of cement, ceramic and mosaic tiles, while prizing on affordability. That said, they also experiment with unique designs, like these mix and match tiles that put a spin on the typical vintage printed designs.

Moreover, Lian Seng Hin has a Talos Living Tiles collection, which consists of tiles that produce negative ions that can help improve indoor air quality at home. They also have GuardTec Antimicrobial Tiles that kill bacteria and microorganisms on the tiles, which is especially useful if you have little toddlers under your wing.

Balestier outlet
Address: 568 Balestier Road, Singapore 329885
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 10AM-7PM | Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6252 2222

Ubi outlet
Address: 3 Ubi Avenue, #01-01 Crocodile House, Singapore 408857
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 10AM-7PM | Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6747 2522

Boon Lay outlet
Address: 18 Boon Lay Way, #01-141 Tradehub 21, Singapore 609966
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 10AM-7PM | Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6251 2222

Lian Seng Hin website

2. Soon Bee Huat – Patterned tiles with vintage designs

Soon Bee Huat 2
Image credit: @sbh_sg & @materiallysg

It is an understatement to say that vintage-inspired patterned tiles are a classic, as many of us have no doubt grown a soft spot for it. That said, you need not go all the way to the east to admire that iconic Joo Chiat Shophouse aesthetic, as you can bring it to your home with Soon Bee Huat’s vintage tile selections. 

Soon Bee Huat
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Soon Bee Huat, Soon Bee Huat 

Patterns aside, Soon Bee Huat’s vintage tile selections also include eclectic shape tessellations in solid colours reminiscent of 60s American decor. They also venture beyond the vintage lane, with other featured products such as Schegge and Bubble that can add a dainty patterned visual and glossy pop to your decor respectively.

Changi outlet
Address: 257 Changi Road, Singapore 419746
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 9AM-7PM | Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6440 1900

Tampines outlet
Address: 1 Tampines North Drive 1, #01-04, Singapore 528559
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 10AM-7PM | Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6970 1900

Jurong East outlet
Address: 3A Toh Guan Road East, Singapore 608834
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 9AM-7PM | Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6564 1900

Soon Bee Huat website

3. Malford – Expert in porcelain tiling & floorings

Malford
Image credit:
@malfordceramics

The marble effect of porcelain tiles no doubt gives a boujee feel to your home, but it does create some concerns as it can be easily scratched and stained. Not to worry though, as Malford is an expert in porcelain tilings.

Apart from their large selection of Italian tiles, which can snazz up anything from your countertops to floors, their selections also promise good stain resistance and hardness that have lasting shine.

Malford 2

Image credit: @malfordceramics

If you don’t have the budget to hack your existing floor tiles, don’t go just yet – Malford’s other specialty is Korean vinyl flooring, which can create a sleek office-style vibe for your WFH space. Plus, it’s more cost-efficient compared to hacking, and there’s a 25-year warranty put in place.

Address: 80 Genting Lane, #01-01 Ruby Industrial Complex, Singapore 349565
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 9AM-6PM (Closed on Sundays)
Telephone: 6742 5756

Malford website

4. Hafary – Largest selection of tiles with diverse styles 

Hafary 2
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@hafary, @hafary

While solid colours can get a tad basic after a while, it can be brought back to style with a smart use of texture. Enter Hafary, a building material supplier which boasts the largest selections of tiles thus far, with diverse styles such as their Stripes Wall tile collection. It consists of fluted wall panels that’ll give your counters and walls a sophisticated and modern look. 

Hafary
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Hafary, @hafary

Granted that Hafary can certainly promise the classics such as Italian tiles and porcelain slabs, their more niche selections are what deliver – their Yohen Border mosaic collection is inspired by traditional Japanese pottery and confectionary known as Yokhen, and comes in 12 beautiful shades, giving a dose of tranquillity as if you’ve brought the spa retreat back home. 

To make your shopping experience easier, Hafary also has their own mobile app (iOS | Android)  that can be downloaded for free, where you can find information on their entire catalogue.

Address: 105 Eunos Avenue 3, Singapore 409836
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 9AM-7.30PM | Sun 9AM-7PM
Telephone: 6269 0555

Hafary website

5. White Horse Ceramic – Old-school tiles with European prints

White Horse Ceramic
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@white_horse_ceramic_sg, @white_horse_ceramic_sg

As much as most of us would rather stick to basic colours and styles, there’ll always be a select few daring to break the mould. If you’re game to usher in a little Pride & Prejudice to your dressing room, hit White Horse Ceramic up – they have old-school European-print tiles and will tastefully add that Victorian-era charm to your place without looking too gaudy. 

White Horse Ceramic
Image credit: White Horse Ceramic

You may think retro decor is reserved for hipster cafes and chillax areas, but you’ll be proven wrong with White Horse Ceramic’s retro tiles, which are good for feature walls in your cosy nooks. 

Beside, this shop also has their own concept room, Ceramic World, that you can consider if you need some ID help after your tile purchases. 

Ubi outlet
Address: 50 Ubi Avenue 3, #01-10/11 Frontier, Singapore 408866
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 10AM-7PM | Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6440 1900

Choa Chu Kang outlet
Address: 1 Sungei Kadut Way, Singapore 728770
Opening hours: Mon – Thu 8.30AM-6PM | Fri 8.30AM-5.30PM | Sat 8.30AM-7PM | Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6269 0555

White Horse Ceramic website

6. diModa – European-style tiles 

diModa
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@dimodakajaria, @dimodakajaria

It’s good to experiment a little with our decor, and one way to do that is by going loud with statement walls. For that, hit diModa up, one of the largest manufacturers globally that has a tastefully curated range of European-style tiles. 

diModa 2
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@dimodakajaria, @dimodakajaria

diModa’s tiles are mainly sourced from Kajaria Eternity, the largest supplier in India. They also venture into other Spanish and Italian-inspired styles such as marbles and granite tiles, which give off a classy finishing to make the floors shine.

What’s more, diModa offers consultation and architectural advice, free-of-charge – hands down a great perk if you think you’re a lost sheep needing a way to the light. 

Address: 65 Ubi Road 1, #01-75 Oxley-BizHub, Singapore
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 9.30AM-7PM | Sun 11AM-5PM
Telephone: 9109 8543

diModa website

7. Earth Stone – Wide range of tiles including terrazzo

Earth Stone
Complementing the terrazzo floors is their Sahara Noir collection
Image credit: @earthstone.sg, @earthstone.sg

Though it had been under the rocks for a while, Terrazzo has made its rightful return into the lookbooks – after all, there aren’t many styles out there that hit the sweet spot between sleek and classy while adding geometric elements to up the fun. If you’re up for that, reach out to Earth Stone, who specialises in Terrazzo tiles that are especially apt for bathrooms and kitchens.

Adding more trophies to the shelf, Earth Stone also has engineered stone tile collections – good if durability is your top priority. 

Address: 24 Defu Lane 9, Singapore 539265
Opening hours: Mon – Thu 8.30AM-6PM | Fri 8.30AM-5.30PM | Sat 8.30AM-7PM | Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6281 6266

Earth Stone website

8. Rice Fields – Boutique showroom with trendy collections 

Rice Fields
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Rice Fields, Rice Fields, @rice.lab

While there are many styles out there that can do wonders to our homes, the essence of a designer’s touch simply hits different. A boutique showroom that carries bespoke one-of-a-kind styles from a collective of designers, Rice Fields has niche curations such as carved shapes and dotted tiles that’ll make your home look like it’s a page out of Architectural Digest.

Rice Fields 2
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@rice.lab, @rice.lab, @rice.lab

Another thing that stands out from their collection is their colourblock mosaic tiles, which add both a glossy snap to your place, as well as different shades of colour that’ll be punctuated across your walls.

Address: 213 Henderson Road, #01-03, Singapore 159553
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 9AM-6PM (Closed on Sundays)
Telephone: 6692 1199

Rice Fields website

Tile suppliers & shops in Singapore

It’s true that our surroundings play the biggest role in allowing us to #manifest good vibes, but besides having a bunch of homies to help us get there, having pretty walls and floors can also do a great deal in transforming our spaces into comfortable abodes. So, you can start with exploring these tile suppliers and shops in Singapore to get your home reno started.

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Cover image adapted from: @materiallysg, @aesthetixonly, Uchify

 

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