From taupe to umber, there’s more to brown tiles than meets the eye. Whether tinged with ochre or cooler tones, brown kitchen or bathroom tiles are the perfect grounding element for spaces of any size. An ideal complement to all natural tones, our selection of spans natural stone and stone-effect options, authentic handmade terracotta, and porcelain that emulates the timeless beauty of a timber floor.
A staple in any earthy palette, brown tiles will add depth and richness to your space. Brown bathroom tiles are a trend-proof choice for both homes of all styles and periods, filling rooms with warmth and acting as a grounding force for paler neutrals. Choose from tiles with an edge of rusticity, such as terracotta and tumbled stone, or sleek, polished finishes – such as our Polar gloss porcelain, which features light brown and coffee-coloured veining for a stunning taupe-hued marble effect.
One of the easiest ways to bring brown in brown tiles when redesigning a space is by refreshing your floor with wood or stone. Our brown floor tile collection delivers on both counts, with a wealth of natural stone options, as well as porcelain tiles that cleverly mimic the beauty of a timber floor. Available in a plank or parquet format, these incredibly durable porcelain tiles feature authentic-looking graining and come in a wide variety of shades.
If you’re choosing outdoor flooring for your terrace or patio, then brown tiles are a natural choice. A flagstone design in greyish brown, like our Milan tumbled limestone, looks as good outside as it does inside. Part of our indoor-outdoor collection, these tiles are available in two different thickness so they can be laid as a continuous floor that creates an easy dialogue between home and garden. For an outdoor tile with extra warmth, look to brown tiles with pinkish tones, such as the Cotto Earth outdoor porcelain range, the design of which is is informed by reclaimed flooring from North Africa and the Middle East.
When selecting brown kitchen tiles, it can seem be tricky to work out how best to combine this colour with wood. In reality, it’s hard to go wrong with natural shades, but it is important to find the right balance of complementary and contrasting tones. Consider using darker tiles on the floor to help anchor the space, or adding brown wall tiles in terracotta tones for an instantly welcoming atmosphere.