From rich terracotta to the palest peachy tones, orange tiles will instantly enliven any space. Terracotta floors bring warmth in abundance, while burnt orange wall tiles are an ideal choice for bathrooms and kitchens alike. Choose high-shine glazes to give orange tiles a lustrous quality, or matt finishes for an earthier aesthetic. You could try pale marble tiles with the subtlest hints of warm shell shades for an understated take on this colour trend.
Given the warmth and cheer that orange tiles can lend to an interior, it’s no surprise that they’re a popular choice for both modern and traditional spaces. The idea of decorating with orange might initially bring to mind images of a bright, zesty hue, but there’s everything from soft and subtle peach shades to muddy terracotta tones to consider. For example, our Calacatta marble tiles in amber feature muted orange veining set against a pale-white background. Available in a range of different formats, these beautiful and unusual orange tiles can be used on walls and floors throughout the home.
If you’re on the hunt for orange kitchen tiles, then you can’t beat a terracotta floor for instant homeliness and a splash of mellow colour. Our Alicante collection comprises authentic handmade Spanish tiles in either a hexagonal or rectangular format. Or, try our Riad tile: a matt terracotta-coloured option made from hardwearing porcelain. For a punchy splashback, consider the Norse tile in a similar colourway. These high-gloss ceramic orange wall tiles are available in a flat or bevelled design for a fresh take on metro tiles.
When choosing orange bathroom tiles, you might want to consider a textural finish to enhance the retro-appeal of this versatile shade. Our Carnaby ceramic tiles in the evocatively named ‘Sunset’ shade, features a distinctive combed texture, and pairs perfectly with darker colours such as black or indigo.
For a more subtle take on a rich orange hue, a tile with some natural variation, or a light-reflecting finish, is a great option. Our Hoxton porcelain collection ticks both boxes, delivering a burnt orange tile with a wonderfully thick and glossy glaze that can be use on walls as well as low-traffic floors. Implement as part of a muted palette or combine with cool colours of in shade to create contrast. One of the most striking combinations we’ve seen uses this versatile orange tile as a counterpoint to walls of marbled porcelain in a deep jade hue.