TileStyle are proud patrons, sponsors and supporters of the arts


⚠️ Due to adverse weather conditions, we will close at 12pm today and re-open tomorrow morning at 8.30am (subject to weather.) Apologies for any inconvenience caused. 

About TileStyle

TileStyle is an Irish family run business that was set up in January 1982 by the late Jim McNaughton. What started as a small ceramic tile business in the early eighties has grown to become one of the most successful tile, bathroom, wood flooring and natural stone suppliers in Ireland today. TileStyle supplies all these products to both the residential and commercial markets and has an impressive 52,000 sq. ft. award winning showroom based in Ballymount, Dublin.

TileStyle wears the crown of the largest tile and stone showroom in Europe and also host some of the finest bathroom and wood flooring showrooms in Ireland. TileStyle has hundreds of bathroom displays including more than 80 real-life settings, helping you to visualise your perfect bathroom. The showroom is also home to Ireland’s flagship PORCELANOSA store.

The TileStyle showroom is always adapting and changing to keep in line with new and current bathroom, tile and wood flooring trends. Some recent additions to the showroom include, the biggest tiles in the world (over 3m high!), superb quality laminate flooring by L’antic Colonial and beautiful volcanic limestone baths by Victoria + Albert. With a vast product range to suit all styles and budgets and a highly experienced team to guide you through your project, TileStyle is committed to providing excellent value and service to all customers. This commitment is recognised in two recently won awards - REI National Store of the Year 2016 and KBB Bathroom Retailer of the Year UK & Ireland 2016.

2015 Allianz Business to Arts awards

Supporting the Arts

TileStyle has always been associated with the arts and are patrons, sponsors and supporters of many organisations including Business to Arts, the National Concert Hall and Re Create. 

TileStyle's involvement in the Art of Rubbish

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