A stronger shade than cream and ivory tiles - use beige on your walls to give a solid contrast to light or darker furniture which blends beautifully with wood units to create stunning country style kitchens. Tile with co-ordinating beige floor tiles for a classic look.
Range shown Rock
Beige is making a comeback in the world of interior design and beige tiles are no exception. Incorporating a beautiful spectrum of off-whites, sandy tones, nudes, creams, biscuit shades, taupes and oatmeal hues, these elegant neutrals are cosier than cooling greys and perfectly reflect elements of nature, inviting the outside into your home. At CTD Tiles there are a wide variety of beige wall tiles to choose from, covering both classic and contemporary styles.
Take inspiration from our Core tile range which features beige wall and floor tiles inspired by industrial elements of concrete, or transform your walls with the Rock tile collection encompassing stone inspired beige tiles and attractive three dimensional décors in a choice of geometric patterns and calming waves. For a cohesive design scheme, explore our popular British Stone and Pietra Pienza tile collections offering a range of beige wall tiles, mosaics, décors and floor tiles.
If your room is on the small side or lacks natural light, pair your beige tiles with white accessories and units for a calming, bright and uplifting aesthetic. Choose pops of sage greens, emerald greens, deep blues or reds to compliment your beige tiles and really add character to your overall design. Does grey go with beige tiles we hear you ask? You can’t go wrong with adding a timeless, sophisticated splash of grey to your room to accompany your beige tiles. When choosing colours, consider the size and style of your room and what overall look you’re aiming to achieve.
When choosing colours that complement your beige tiles, firstly determine what undertones your beige tile has. For example, if your beige tile has pink undertones, choose warm neutrals with a small amount of pink in them. There are more beige tiles that suit paints and accessories with warm purple, pink or orange undertones, than blue or green undertones, so choose carefully and hold swatches of paints and fabrics against your beige tiles to see how they look, before committing a purchase.