Whether tinged with subtle pinks or cooler grey tones, beige tiles will help to create a kitchen or bathroom that’s both restful and inviting. Use on walls and floors for a cocooning effect, or pair with virtually any shade of paint to create your desired palette. Discover our wide selection of beige tiles, including natural stone and stone-effect alternatives, glazed ceramic tiles and durable porcelain that mimics the enduring beauty of real wood.
You may well have noticed that beige, alongside other warm-toned neutrals, has made something of a comeback of late, but in truth, this fail-safe shade has never gone out of style. Beige bathroom tiles are a classic choice for modern and traditional homes alike, bringing warmth in abundance while anchoring your scheme firmly in nature. Tiles with textural surfaces, such as tumbled stone, will enhance this effect, while polished finishes – such as marble or or our glossy onyx-style porcelain – feel instantly luxurious.
One of our favourite ways to integrate beige floor tiles is with natural stone, such as travertine or limestone. Our stone-effect porcelain tiles offer a highly practical and hardwearing alternative, many of which can be installed both inside and out. The choice of materials and finishes available in this cocooning colour is vast and varied: there’s even a selection of durable wood-effect porcelain tiles to discover. Our Jakob collection, which is available in both a plank and parquet design, creates the appearance of timber flooring without the added care and maintenance required. Choose from a spectrum of shades, from walnut through to lime. Our Argento larch porcelain tile offers a similar timber effect for outdoor use.
If you’re seeking outdoor flooring, then beige tiles are a timeless choice. A pale, buff-toned tile will instantly lighten and brighten your terrace or patio and works particularly well in Mediterranean-inspired gardens. Patterned outdoor tiles in neutral tones will also nod to warmer climes. Some of beige floor tiles, such as the Industry sand porcelain, are available in two different thickness so they can be laid in a continuous floor that links your interior with your outdoor space.
When choosing beige kitchen tiles, you might be inclined to restrict this colour to the floor, especially if your cabinetry is made of timber. However, a splashback in a light shade of cream is a great option if you’re seeking a pale beige wall tile with warmth. Our Hoxton Ivory or Zellige 2022 Ivory are ideal for this.