The number of tiles in a square meter depends on the size of the tiles. To calculate it, you would need to know the dimensions of the tiles. Once you have the tile dimensions in square meters, you can simply divide 1 square meter by the area of one tile to find out how many tiles would cover a square meter. For example, if you have 60cm x 60cm tiles (0.36 square meters each), you would need 3 of them to cover 1 square meter.

Per square meter there are 3 pieces of 60×60 tiles, 7 pieces of 40×40 tiles, 5 pieces of 45×45 tiles, 12 pieces of 30×30 tiles, 8 pieces of 30×45 tiles, 7 pieces of 30×60 tiles, 7 pieces 30×50 tiles, 4 pieces 50×50 and 10 pieces 25×40 tiles.

We have choice to use tiles and marble for surface flooring, mostly tiles are used for bathroom toilet and kitchen. Due to smoothness and wide range of variety of attractive tiles available in market we use tiles for flooring.

Different brands of latest floor tiles designs come in a wide range of porcelain, ceramic & vitrified floor tiles and in a variety of sizes such as 300×300 mm, 600×600 mm floor tiles. 3D, wooden & marble floors are the most popular floor tile designs used for spaces including living room, kitchen, bedroom, etc.

600x600mm tile is considered an ideal tile size and regular floor tiles for commercial as well as residential areas. This is one size that can fit every space and room easily. Talking about the standard tile size, this is one of the best choices anyone can make.

Moreover, these 600×600 mm tiles are made up of a vitrified tile body and are one of the most durable and strong tiles available in the market. They are ideal to create a standard look in any space and can be laid in various patterns in case you want to make your space look standard yet different.

In this article we know about how many tiles in a square meter and how many times will come in one square meter that will help to viewers in better understanding and choose the Right size of your tiles.

Large format tiles lend a more spacious look to space. It is advised to match tiles to room size. If the room is small, and you use large size tiles on the floor, then the room will look even smaller.

For such a room, it is recommended to go for medium format size tiles like (250×350) mm. Also, it’s a good idea to option for the size that entails a minimal amount of cutting and wastage. Example:- If you have a room that is (7×5) ft, then pick a tile that is a multiple of the size of the room.

Tiles these days are available in a wide range of sizes. Some popular sizes for floors include (300×600) mm, (600×600) mm, (610×610) mm and (800×800) mm. Wall tiles generally come in sizes of (250×350) mm, (300×450) mm, and (300×600) mm.

**How many tiles in a square meter**

There are about 6 to 10 small tiles in a square meter. For larger tiles, about 3-4 tiles are required to cover one square meter. In one square meter there are 3 tiles measuring 60×60 cm, 7 tiles measuring 40×40 cm, 5 tiles measuring 45×45 cm, 12 tiles measuring 30×30 cm, 8 tiles measuring 30×45 cm and 6 tiles measuring 30×60 cm.

It would be hard to estimate the number of tiles that can be accommodated by a 1 square meter area, if no specific tile size to be used is provided

**Calculation of number of tiles in a square meter:-**

1. Decide on tile size in meters

2. Multiply dimensions to get tile area.

3. Divide into 1 meter. Gets you tiles per meter. Done.

4. If you have a room in mind then instead of 3 above divide tile area into room area.

5. Add about 20% more tiles to allow for error, grout, and replacement tiles for later breakage.

**Question:- how many 60×60 tiles in a square meter**

1. Tiles size in meter:- to convert tile size in Cm to meter, divide it by 100, the (60 cm× 60cm) ÷100= 0.6 m × 0.6m

2. Tile area = 0.6 m × 0.6m = 0.36 sqm

3. To get number of tiles in one meter, divide it by one tile area such as 1 sqm ÷ 0.36 sqm = 2.77, rounding it equal to 3 tiles

**How many 60×60 tiles in 17 square meter**

In 17 square meters area there are 48 tiles measuring 60×60 cm (or 600×600 mm, 24×24 inches, 2×2 feet). Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 17 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 17/0.36 = 47.22, say 48 tiles. To cover 17 square meters of room area, 48 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 32 square meter**

In 32 square meters area there are 89 tiles measuring 60×60 cm (or 600×600 mm, 24×24 inches, 2×2 feet). Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 32 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 32/0.36 = 88.88, say 89 tiles. To cover 32 square meters of room area, 89 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 15 square meter**

In 15 square meters area there are 42 tiles measuring 60×60 cm (or 600×600 mm, 24×24 inches, 2×2 feet). Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 15 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 15/0.36 = 41.66, say 42 tiles. To cover 15 square meters of room area, 42 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 22 square meter**

In 22 square meters area there are 62 tiles measuring 60×60 cm (or 600×600 mm, 24×24 inches, 2×2 feet). Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 22 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 22/0.36 = 61.11, say 62 tiles. To cover 22 square meters of room area, 62 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 10 square meter**

In 10 square meters area there are 28 tiles measuring 60×60 cm (or 600×600 mm, 24×24 inches, 2×2 feet). Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 10 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 10/0.36 = 27.77, say 28 tiles. To cover 10 square meters of room area, 28 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 80 square meter**

In 80 square meters area there are 223 tiles measuring 60×60 cm (or 600×600 mm, 24×24 inches, 2×2 feet). Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 80 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 80/0.36 = 222.22, say 223 tiles. To cover 80 square meters of room area, 223 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 20 square meter**

In 20 square meters area there are 56 tiles measuring 60×60 cm. Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 20 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 20/0.36 = 55.55, say 56 tiles. To cover 20 square meters of room area, 56 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 12 square meter**

In 12 square meters area there are 34 tiles measuring 60×60 cm. Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 12 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 12/0.36 = 33.33, say 34 tiles. To cover 12 square meters of room area, 34 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 3 square meter**

In 3 square meters area there are 9 tiles measuring 60×60 cm. Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 3 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 3/0.36 = 8.33, say 9 tiles. To cover 3 square meters of room area, 9 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 25 square meter**

In 25 square meters area there are 70 tiles measuring 60×60 cm. Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 25 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 25/0.36 = 69.44, say 70 tiles. To cover 25 square meters of room area, 70 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 30 square meter**

In 30 square meters area there are 84 tiles measuring 60×60 cm. Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 30 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 30/0.36 = 83.33, say 84 tiles. To cover 30 square meters of room area, 84 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

**How many 60×60 tiles in 36 square meter**

In 36 square meters area there are 100 tiles measuring 60×60 cm. Tile area = 60 cm × 60 cm = 0.6 m × 0.6 m = 0.36 m2, to get number of tiles in 36 square meters, divide it by one tile area i. e. 36/0.36 = 100 tiles. To cover 36 square meters of room area, 100 tiles measuring 60×60 cm are required.

There are about 6 to 10 small tiles per square meter in a marble factory. For larger tiles, about 3-4 tiles are required to cover one square meter. That’s 3 tiles of 60 × 60 cm, 7 tiles of 40×40 cm, 5 tiles of 45×45 cm and 12 tiles of 30×30 cm are required for one square meter area.

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**How many 60×60 tiles in a square meter**

In one square meter there are 3 tiles measuring 60×60 cm (or 24×24 inches, or 600×600 mm, or 2×2 feet). To cover one square meter of room area, 3 tiles measuring 60 x 60 cm (or 24 x 24 inches, or 600 x 600 mm, or 2 x 2 feet) are required.

**How many 40×40 tiles in a square meter**

In one square meter there are 7 tiles measuring 40×40 cm (or 16×16 inches, or 400×400 mm, or 1.33×1.33 feet). Tile area = 40 cm × 40 cm = 0.4 m × 0.4 m = 0.16 m2, to get number of tiles in a square meter, divide it by one tile area i. e. 1/0.16 = 6.25, say 7 tiles. To cover one square meter of room area, 7 tiles measuring 40 x 40 cm (or 16 x 16 inches, or 400 x 400 mm, or 1.33 x 1.33 feet) are required.

**How many 45×45 tiles in a square meter**

There are 5 tiles measuring 45×45 cm (or 18× 18 inches, or 450×450 mm) in a square meter. Tile area = 45 cm × 45 cm = 0.45 m × 0.45 m = 0.2025 m2, to get number of tiles in a square meter, divide it by one tile area i. e. 1/0.2025 = 4.94, say 5 tiles. That’s 5 tiles measuring of 45×45 cm (or 18× 18 inches, 1.5 × 1.5 ft, or 450×450 mm) size are needed to cover one square meter area of your room.

**How many 30×30 tiles in a square meter**

There are 12 tiles measuring 30×30 cm (or 12× 12 inches, or 1 × 1 ft, or 300×300 mm) in a square meter. Tile area = 30 cm × 30 cm = 0.3 m × 0.3 m = 0.09 m2, to get number of tiles in a square meter, divide it by one tile area i. e. 1/0.09 = 11.11, say 12 tiles. That’s 12 tiles of measuring 30×30 cm (or 12× 12 inches, or 300×300 mm) are needed to cover one square meter area of your room.

**How many 30×45 tiles in a square meter**

There are 8 tiles of measuring 30×45 cm (or 12× 18 inches, or 300×450 mm) in a square meter. Tile area = 30 cm × 45 cm = 0.30 m × 0.45 m = 0.135 m2, to get number of tiles in a square meter, divide it by one tile area i. e. 1/0.135 = 7.4, say 8 tiles. Thats 8 tiles of measuring 30×45 cm (or 12× 18 inch or 300×450 mm) are needed to cover one square meter area of your room.

**How many 30×60 tiles in a square meter**

There are 6 tiles measuring 30×60 cm (or 12× 24 inch or 300×600 mm) in a square meter. Tile area = 30 cm × 60 cm = 0.30 m × 0.60 m = 0.18 m2, to get number of tiles in a square meter, divide it by one tile area i. e. 1/0.18 = 5.55, say 6 tiles. Thats 6 tiles of measuring 30×60 cm (or 12× 24 inch or 300×600 mm) are needed to cover one square meter area of your room.

**How many 30×50 tiles in a square meter**

There are 7 tiles measuring 30×50 cm (or 12× 20 inches or 300×500 mm) in a square meter. Tile area = 30 cm × 50 cm = 0.30 m × 0.50 m = 0.15 m2, to get number of tiles in a square meter, divide it by one tile area i. e. 1/0.15 = 6.66, say 7 tiles. That’s 7 tiles of 30×50 cm (or 12× 20 inch or 300×500 mm) are needed to cover one square meter area of your room.

**How many 50×50 tiles in a square meter**

There are 4 tiles measuring 50×50 cm (or 20× 20 inch or 500×500 mm) in a square meter. Tile area = 50 cm × 50 cm = 0.5 m × 0.5 m = 0.25 m2, to get number of tiles in a square meter, divide it by one tile area i. e. 1/0.25 = 4 tiles. Thus 4 tiles measuring 50×50 cm (or 20× 20 inch or 500×500 mm) are needed to cover one square meter area of your room.

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**How many 25×40 tiles in a square meter**

There are 10 tiles measuring 25×40 cm (or 10× 16 inch or 250×400 mm) in a square meter. Tile area = 25 cm × 40 cm = 0.25 m × 0.40 m = 0.1 m2, to get number of tiles in a square meter, divide it by one tile area i. e. 1/0.1 = 10 tiles. Thats 10 tiles of measuring 25×40 cm (or 10× 16 inch or 250×400 mm) are needed to cover one square meter area of your room.

**How many 25×50 tiles in a square meter**

There are 8 tiles measuring 25×50 cm (or 10× 20 inch or 250×500 mm) in a square meter. Tile area = 25 cm × 50 cm = 0.25 m × 0.5 m = 0.125 m2, to get number of tiles in a square meter, divide it by one tile area i. e. 1/0.125 = 8 tiles. Thus 8 tiles of measuring 25×50 cm (or 10× 20 inch or 250×500 mm) are needed to cover one square meter area of your room.

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**Conclusions:-**

There are 3 pcs of 60×60 tiles will be come in a square meter, 7 pcs of 40×40 tile, 5 pcs of 45×45 tile, 12 pcs of 30×30 tile, 8 pcs of 30×45 tile, 6 pcs of 30×60 tile, 7 pcs of 30×50 tile, 4 pcs of 50×50 tile and 10 pcs of 25×40 tiles are needed per square meter.