The Best Photo Tiles You Can Buy in 2024 (Top 12 Picks)

There are so many ways to decorate your walls with photography. From acrylic prints to metal gallery displays, the options seem endless. But what if there were an easy way to create a gallery wall with almost zero fuss?

That’s where a new trend becomes relevant: photo tiles, a product that allows you to mix and match square prints whenever you feel like it. We’ve spent hours researching and testing various options, and below, we share our list of the 12 best photo tiles available to order in 2024!

Photo tiles of a young girl doing various activities hung on a white wall.
Image from Andrew Angelov/Shutterstock

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1. TilePix

Our Pick
The best photo tiles on the market

TilePix’s photo tiles look gorgeous, and you can display them several different ways. If you want to hang gallery-quality prints in your home, they’re a great choice.

Multiple print types
Gorgeous quality
Same-day pickup
Several display options
Wall-mount adhesives don’t work on matte paint

TilePix is a company that specializes in tile prints, so when we ordered a few prints of our own, we had high expectations. It’s fair to say the products did not disappoint. The pictures came out beautifully, and the frame made for a stunning finish. The details in the prints and the color reproduction were phenomenal.

Two TilePix photo tiles featuring a golden-furred puppy.

The tiles can be displayed in a few different ways, from magnetized wall displays to freestanding frames on a tabletop, so the prints are certainly versatile and can be easily rearranged as needed. Another bonus is the same-day pickup service offered in partnership with Walgreens, which can come in handy if you need to order a last-minute gift.

Prints from TilePix can be on a classic paper medium, but you also have the option to get your images printed on glass for a more premium and durable option. We tried both types, and it’s tough to say which we preferred; the paper products were wonderfully refined, whereas the glass prints offered a very sleek, modern look.

We did find that the adhesive magnet mounts struggle to stick to some wall paints. This isn’t a dealbreaker – you can always hang the prints with nails – and after some experimentation, we concluded that adhesion is really only a problem with matte paint. If you want to know whether the tiles will stick prior to making a purchase, Command Strips have similar adhesive properties, so if you can affix those to your walls without trouble, the TilePix products will work just fine!

2. Mixtiles

Also Great
Beautiful-quality photo tiles

Mixtiles offers amazing photo tiles at a great price, so if you’re looking for a cost-effective way to decorate your home, it’s a top choice.

Specializes in photo tiles
Super easy to use with a multitude of great reviews
Reasonable price
Lots of framing options
Offers a limited array of sizes

If you research photo tiles, Mixtiles is a name you’ll encounter over and over again – and for good reason. Mixtiles is a tile specialist, which means you can expect outstanding quality that’ll make your photos shine.

The Mixtiles website showing a variety of photo tile products.

Mixtiles uses a simple sticky adhesive on the back of the frame to mount on walls, and the company claims the adhesive can stick and restick with ease. Many reviews showcased the multiple times tiles were stuck, unstuck, and re-stuck with stickiness still intact. Of course, the adhesive will eventually struggle, but reviewers found it pretty easy to just add new adhesive. 

Although some users reported images printing a bit softer than they would have liked, the majority didn’t have this issue, which tells us that there may have been a problem with file resolutions. Especially since Mixtiles’s suggested print resolution is, in our opinion, way too small for a quality print. 

Mixtiles prices its tiles reasonably, and it’s cool that you can print directly from your social media accounts. There are also lots of different framing options to suit almost any style. 

3. CanvasChamp

Best for customizability

CanvasChamp offers hardboard tiles in an impressive variety of shapes and sizes, including hexagons and circles, and the shipping is ultra-fast!

Great prices
Lots of shapes
Fast shipping
Tiles are lightweight
Hardboard material may not satisfy some buyers

Thanks to a combination of great prices and reasonable-quality prints, CanvasChamp has long been a PhotoWorkout favorite, and the company’s wall tiles are yet another excellent product. These tiles are made from hardboard, and while the material might be unusual, the resulting prints look very nice and are wonderfully light.

The CanvasChamp website with the custom wall tiles product listing.

The prints come at bargain prices, but what really makes CanvasChamp’s tiles stand out is the customizability; not only can you order standard square tiles in a variety of sizes, but you can also purchase rectangle, circle, and even hexagon products! These alternatives can be great for folks looking to give their home a quirky or modern vibe, and you can combine several shapes for an especially fun result.

The ordering process is straightforward, so don’t worry if you’ve never printed photos before. And if you’re especially eager to receive your prints, you won’t have to wait long; in our experience with CanvasChamp, the shipping is very fast.

4. Printerpix

Best for small wall galleries

Printerpix offers a unique tiny size for your micro galleries, and the printing quality is excellent!

Offers a smaller size than the rest
Good-quality prints
100% satisfaction guarantee
Only two sizes available
One of the pricier options

We’re a big fan of Printerpix, a reputable company that offers lightweight prints with neat little adhesive strips. The point of photo tiles is to make a gallery wall with ease, and Printerpix’s offerings fit the bill perfectly. 

The print quality is lovely, and the company’s satisfaction guarantee means you can order with confidence. Printerpix offers an unusually small print size, which makes the company a great choice for those who need a 6 x 6 print rather than an 8 x 8 print (or larger)!

Printerpix is slightly more expensive than some of the other options on this list. However, the company does have bulk ordering discounts, which you can utilize if you’re looking to purchase more than 12 tiles! 

5. CanvasDiscount 

Best for creative hanging

This lab offers their own type of photo tile called MIXPIX, which features a unique magnetic hanging system.

Uses a magnetic hanging system that makes it easy to change the order of the tiles
Nice print quality
No registration needed
Flat shipping fee is pricey for only a couple of tiles

CanvasDiscount produces excellent canvas prints, but it also has its own version of photo tiles called MIXPIX (the name rolls off the tongue quite nicely!). MIXPIX is similar to other options on this list: Images are placed on thin frames, and the display is lightweight enough to safely hang on walls. 

However, MIXPIX actually has a bit of a different hanging system compared to some of the others on the list: the prints use magnets. The company’s Magnofix hanging system has you stick a simple little square with a magnet onto your wall – then the MIXPIX tile magnetizes right onto it! This allows you to switch around the order of your tiles as many times as you want without needing to remeasure and straighten your gallery. 

No account is required to order, and it’s so simple that you can do it from your phone.

6. Shutterfly

Best all-around functionality

This lab offers plenty of tile sizes and shapes, so if you’re seeking a more unusual look, it’s a great choice.

Offers a large array of sizes for photo tiles
Hexagon photo tiles are a unique offering
Lots of design presets available
Durable prints
Print quality isn’t up to pro standards

If we got a nickel every time Shutterfly appeared on an online print products list, we’d be millionaires! There is a reason that this jack-of-all-trades lab keeps popping up, and that’s because its options are pretty endless. 

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For photo tiles, Shutterfly goes far beyond the square format and offers other shapes such as rectangles and hexagons. This can help make your gallery wall look especially unique!

Although the pixel-peeping professional photographer may not be completely satisfied with the print quality, most everyday shooters sure will be.

Images come out vibrant and quite true to life but may suffer from some minor color-rendition issues and softness. That said, not many individuals will stick their noses close enough to your wall print to notice these problems.

The tiles are made of aluminum rather than foam board, and they paste to the wall with reusable adhesive strips. 

7. StoryBoards

Best budget tile prints

StoryBoards offers decent-quality tiles for a very low price, so it’s a perfect option if you’re on a budget.

Great prices
The company will send you free adhesives whenever yours dry out
Adhesive-based hanging won’t damage your walls
The quality is nice but not outstanding

By definition, a storyboard is a frame-by-frame visual that depicts a narrative, most often used for film and television planning. Photography can include a narrative too, so the StoryBoards company is quite aptly named! 

At only about $6.50 per tile, StoryBoards is definitely one of the most inexpensive options on our list, so if you’re testing out different types of photo prints, it could be a good choice. The tiles work the same way as other options: you simply apply adhesives to the wall without damage. The print quality is nice and will make most people delighted! 

A fun little bonus: the company will actually send you new adhesives for free if your existing ones wear out from too many sticks and unsticks! 

8. Snapfish

Another good budget buy

Snapfish is another jack-of-all-trades lab, but you do get a few options at a low price, and the heart-shaped tile is very cute!

Several sizes
The heart-shaped tile is one of their exclusive offers
Prints can be done on either matte finish or metallic finish
The print quality is hit or miss
Will not adhere to textures or coarse walls

Like Shutterfly, Snapfish offers more shapes than just squares. For instance, one fun photo tile option is a heart:

Only three sizes are available (plus the heart shape), so the variety isn’t immense, but it’s better than some of the other labs that only offer a single size. Snapfish offers matte and metallic finish options, and the metallic sheen is quite nice for black-and-white photography! 

These tiles go on the wall with an adhesive strip. Keep in mind, however, that the strip does not work on coarse walls.

9. FreePrints

Get one free tile per month

Although the name implies you can get a batch of free tiles, you only get one a month – but you can keep ordering every month to have 12 by the end of the year!

Free tiles
Very mobile friendly for easy printing of social media images
Good prices
Shipping is expensive if you’re only ordering a few tiles

The FreePrints name is a bit misleading because you don’t actually get multiple photo tiles for free. Each tile is about $9 and the shipping is always a flat $7.99. However, the company does offer one free tile per month! That’s something to look forward to, right?

The company’s FAQ section states that your free tile resets at midnight at the end of the month, so you should theoretically be able to keep ordering one free tile per month until you have a beautiful wall gallery.

What makes FreePrints stand out alongside the free tile offer is its mobile-friendliness. The site is designed to help you print your social media images quite effectively!

10. Wallpics

Best for simple photo tiles

Wallpics helps you make pics for your wall! In other words, it features a very easy and straightforward approach to photo tiles.

Nice quality at a decent price
Lots of real-life examples
Celebrity presence
Easy ordering
Doesn’t do anything special to stand out against competitor companies

Looking for a simple, no-fuss tile option? Wallpics makes tiles that do exactly what they ought to: stick on that wall and create quite the gallery. The products aren’t unique, but the quality is decent, and we quite like how they use social media to show the prints in action. 

Speaking of social media, it looks like the company has quite the celebrity following, with notable faces from reality television and pop culture (all of them enjoying some photo tiles!).

The prices are very nice, so you can decorate your walls even if you’re on a budget. Plus, the order process is straightforward, making Wallpics a great choice for anyone who wants to print beautiful photos without much hassle.

11. Artiv Photo Tiles

Artiv Photo Tiles
Artiv Photo Tiles
Best for professional-level displays

Artiv is a tile specialist, and it shows! The products are truly gorgeous, making the company a perfect choice for serious professionals.

Really nice printing quality
Offers discounts for bulk orders
Good customer service
Only one size is available

Artiv Photo Tiles is a specialty lab that only makes photo tiles, and the technicians certainly know what they’re doing. Artiv tiles follow the standard adhesive design, but what makes Artiv notable is the quality of the prints. They are vibrant and wonderful! In fact, they’re good enough to satisfy even the most serious photographers, so if you’re seeking a professional printing service for your photos, Artiv won’t disappoint.

Prices are surprisingly decent; expect to pay $28 for the first three tiles and $8 for all subsequent tiles. (Note: Due to the discount when you order more than three tiles, it’s best to do all your printing at once.) Shipping is free and fast, so you’ll get your prints in a jiffy! Artiv also has great customer service that will be happy to assist you as required. 

12. Bay Photo Lab

Bay Photo Lab
Bay Photo Lab
Photo tiles with a unique twist

Professional lab Bay Photo takes photo tiles to a whole new level by making actual ceramic tiles, and they look incredible!

Can use tiles with grout
The photo tiles are real ceramic tiles
Able to be used indoors and outdoors
Tiles can be ordered with backings such as magnets, cork, and adhesives
Tiles are heavier than traditional photo tiles

Bay Photo Lab is a popular professional print lab based out of the Bay Area in California. Alongside a slew of printing options, including gorgeous metal prints, the lab offers unique ceramic photo tiles – and the print quality is absolutely superb. 

The tiles genuinely are proper tiles; you can even lay them out and add grout! This takes the concept of photo tiles to a whole new level. The tiles, made of such a strong material, can be used indoors and outdoors and will withstand a bit of abuse. 

If placing your display down as an actual tile doesn’t interest you, Bay Photo offers a variety of backings, such as magnets, cork, plastic hangers, and disc hangers. 

There are plenty of amazing tile printing services, so the trick is determining the right one for your needs. We found that the absolute best photo tile producer is TilePix; the prints are breathtaking, and the same-day pickup option is great for last-minute gifts.

Mixtiles is another solid option. It’s a specialty lab that only produces these nifty tiles, and the technicians definitely know what they’re doing. Printerpix and CanvasChamp are good picks, especially if you’re looking for tiles in unusual shapes and sizes, but if you want eye-catching tiles, the ceramic offering by Bay Photo Labs is really cool.

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Anabel DFlux is a published photographer in the sunny states of California & Nevada, known for a vast array of photographic work. You can connect with her on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

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6 thoughts on “The Best Photo Tiles You Can Buy in 2024 (Top 12 Picks)”

  1. Wallpics has virtually no information about the product. Price, size, materials. Nothing.
    Also Shutterfly seems to be the only one that offers 8×10 tiles.

  2. Thanks for the reviews. Your article was very helpful. I was wondering if you had any experience with Easy Tiles? I ordered some of their glass tiles and was impressed with the outcome. I would be interested to see how you would rate them against the other fantastic choices from this review.

    1. photoworkout author
      Community Manager

      Thanks for bringing this to our attention; we did indeed have the wrong price. The original price of $49 for three tiles, however, has been marked down to $28, so we’ve updated the article to reflect the correct price. We appreciate you pointing this out. Thanks for reading!