Here’s a pick of 5 top notch tile showrooms making a difference in Sydney. It’s about what hooks us, what’s unique, tactile and aesthetically pleasing. Three of the showrooms featured are in gleaming new premises, making the tile selection journey a pretty enticing one.

Di Lorenzo Tiles in Waterloo, is a family owned business established in 1983. Annually they head to the tile trade show in Bologna to select a new range for the coming year. The Sydney showroom recently reopened in the new Waterloo location with an exceptional new look. Selected below are the Luminosa mosaics, Rombini tile range, and the new Paradise encaustics by Jason Grant, in collaboration with Di Lorenzo.

Artedomus have recently moved into an awe-inspiring new showroom favouring a top floor position, with tons of natural light. The new space in Epsom Rd, Rosebery features a broad array on display earmarking their front-runner tiles and making us salivate over their range of Japanese artisan ceramics and mosaics !

Ocean and Merchant may not be one you’ve heard of before. Located in Edgecliff, Sydney they pride themselves as a specialty tile showroom. Italian terracotta biscuits, Mexican terracotta tiles, Mexican hand painted tozettos, and fiery copper pennies and mosaics are just a select few, with a lot more on offer.

Bisanna Tiles is one very special showroom. They don’t feature a product website, or partake in Instagram, but they offer a great boutique showroom displaying a superb range of tiles and offer service to match. Check out their Scarpa Rosso, Rusty Slate, gravitating green selection, and more.

Earp Bros in Alexandria boasts a diverse range, in an amazing new space. It’s well worth a visit to this captivating showroom. Featured below are the glamorous Fractions range of metal mosaics available in gold, rose gold, silver and black. Also check out their dramatic Pond Marin encaustic cement tiles.