Beige tiles’ neutral tones mean you can pair them with a wide range of colours, finishes and patterns, making them a great starting point for almost any scheme, and any room, in the house.
Beige kitchen tiles are an incredibly popular choice. Try using a plain beige tile – such as our Pearl Herringbone – on a kitchen splashback as a neutral background for a brighter wall colour or worktop, or go for neutral tiles on the floor (our signature squares in Pearl are a great bet) to provide a blank canvas for the rest of the room to take shape around.
Kitchen islands also work really well when they’re tiled in neutral tones. Go for a hexagonal-shaped beige tile to add a touch of fun or have a play around with pattern by using our Hexagonal Split tiles in Pearl and Brighton Stone or Pearl and Leather. Alternatively, consider our Terrazzo tiles in Rose or Coarse, both of which contain beautiful flecks of beige.
Bathrooms, too, are a natural space for beige. Our Pearl Low Bar, Inverse Pearl Wave, and Inverse Pearl Rubix from our Modernist Collection can be used together to create a beautifully soft scheme that looks stunning in showers and wet rooms, or go for beige-based Reclaimed tile for something extra special.
Most of our beige tiles are cement, so they’re suitable for use on floors, walls, splashbacks, and kitchen islands. They are very durable and naturally slip resistant so good for floors in high-traffic areas. They are also heat resistant so suitable for underfloor heating and for use on fire surrounds.
Our glazed beige tiles are suitable for walls, but not recommended for use on floors however our zellige tiles are thicker and so can be used on the floor.
Always consult our installation guides for full instructions on how to install your tiles.
Read our Neutral Colour Story over on the blog to explore more ways to use beige tiles in your home.