Beige floor tiles in styles such as natural stone and wood effect subtly emit a warm ambience. When using one size on kitchen, bathroom and other living area floors the overall finish enriches any floor space with elegance and charm. Opt for multi format tiles which can create a wonderful country style kitchen and also looks very attractive when used on conservatory floors.
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Explore our inspiring collection of beige floor tiles ranging from warming wood effect tiles like our best selling Aspenwood Beige large format tile through to natural stone effect designs as seen in our popular glazed porcelain Stone by Stone Beige tile. Explore beige patterned floor tiles with our Jura multi format collection which looks great in country style kitchens and classic bathrooms. Whatever look you desire, we have beige porcelain floor tiles to suit your style!
The colour of your floor tiles is driven by personal preference and determined by what décor style you’re aiming to achieve. Dark floor tiles can make a decadent statement, whereas white floor tiles really open up your living space and are ideal for smaller rooms where they can help to make a small space appear bright and airy. Colourful floor tiles give off a sense of personality and style and can be achieved with mosaics or patterned floor tiles. Beige floor tiles on kitchen, bathroom and conservatory floors are ideal if you’re looking to achieve a warm ambience which can be further enhanced with the use of underfloor heating, also available from CTD Tiles.
Cream or beige tiles go with many colours, such as browns and greys for a subtle effect. For more of a contrast and to introduce a fun element to your interior, complement your cream or beige tiles with mid sage greens, bold dark rustic golds or dramatic deep blues. For a softer look, team cream or beige tiles with elements of pale blue, pale green or pale grey for a relaxed, contemporary feel.
A much asked question is which tiles are good for flooring? Porcelain and glazed porcelain tiles are the hardest and most durable tiles to use on your floor. Porcelain tiles are made from a very fine clay, fired at high temperatures to remove moisture. The result is a hard, dense tile with low porosity, ideal for high traffic areas and areas which frequently become wet. Porcelain floor tiles are easy to maintain, with a wipe clean surface and no need for sealing or the use of expensive cleaning detergents. To find out more about different tile types, read our Buying Gemini Tiles Guide.