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Beige Kitchen Tiles Ideas

Beige Kitchen Tile Ideas

Beige kitchen tiles have always held a timeless appeal, enduring through the years as a classic choice. Recently, we have seen a resurgence in popularity, particularly among those seeking to move away from cooler, grey tones. Beige tiles have the ability to create a beautifully warm and inviting feel in any kitchen, especially when opting for the country look. Whether you prefer a rustic and traditional beige natural flagstone tile, or a more contemporary industrial look, beige tiles are ever the welcoming option. Read more for beige kitchen tile ideas and how to use this versatile colourway as kitchen flooring.

Beige Kitchen Tiles - Natural Stone

Perhaps one of the most classic stone flooring options, beige natural limestone tiles evoke a warming country charm. Dijon tumbled limestone tiles feature soft, honey tones and the most beautifully unique array of fossils and other natural limestone patterns and movement. This beige limestone option fits elegantly with navy kitchens or green kitchens alike and the free length formats in particular add to the natural charm of the tile. The subtly tumbled edges ensure that the Dijon limestone complements both traditional and modern kitchens, making it a versatile option for your beige tile project.

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Dijon Tumbled Limestone

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Dijon Tumbled Limestone

Another option is the Tuscany tumbled limestone featuring slightly warmer beige hues than the Dijon limestone. Soft mottled movement and tumbled edges come together to form another classic option for country kitchens. For a more textured beige natural stone kitchen tile, look no further than the Sorrento aged tumbled limestone. This traditional limestone offers a rustic appearance with an aged surface texture and edges. The soft beige and honey tones along with natural pitting and fossils, blend effortlessly for a unique kitchen floor. This limestone is available in the free length format, making it the perfect companion to a whole host of country kitchens.

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Tuscany Tumbled Limestone

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Sorrento Aged Tumbled Limestone

Beige Kitchen Tiles – Porcelain

Moving to porcelain kitchen tiles, stone effect porcelain replicates the appearance of natural stone perfectly. Porcelain does not require sealing and is stain resistant, providing an appealing option for those with high-traffic areas or especially busy households. For kitchen flooring that looks just like a tumbled limestone, beige tumbled effect porcelain tiles are the way to go. The Montpellier Sable is an elegant and characterful natural stone effect tile to achieve this. The warm, beige tones combined with realistic natural stone flecking and softly shaped tumbled effect edges provide an almost indistinguishable alternative to a beige natural flagstone.

Montpellier Sable Porcelain

For a more modern and industrial look, you may want to opt for straight cut edges and a bolder surface design. Bellemont Beige suits this style perfectly. The clean cut edge to the tile provides a contemporary finish, whilst the surface features dark greige tones and movement that instils a feeling of industrial modernism. Another option with a contemporary, straight cut edge is the Orwell Natural. This large rectangular format beige porcelain tile is an excellent choice for expansive or open plan spaces, owing to its size, and features subtle cream and beige hues. The authentic matte surface shows occasional veining and fossil movement to complete the look.

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Bellemont Beige Porcelain

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Orwell Natural Porcelain

Other beige porcelain kitchen tile ideas include the Hambleton range. This collection features a variety of shades, including Beige and Taupe, that have rustic and authentic tumbled effect edges and a beautiful limestone effect movement to the surface. The Stanton Old white is another great choice as a beige kitchen tile, with very similar soft beige tones, movement, and tumbled edges to the Dijon limestone. Both tiles feature a large, rectangular format that provides the quintessential flagstone look.

Hambleton Taupe Porcelain

Hambleton Beige Porcelain

Stanton Old White Porcelain

Beige Patterned Tiles

Beige patterned tiles keep the colour palette of the kitchen neutral whilst adding interest with intricate, fun, or bold patterns and designs. From patterned square tiles to modern Terrazzo effect tiles. The Milazzo Mista is a unique way to add a beige patterned tile into your kitchen. The detailed Terrazzo effect patterning in the surface features varying hues of beige with flecks of darker grey to contrast. With straight cut edges, this suits a clean, modern kitchen environment with a slight retro feel.

Milazzo Mista Porcelain

A popular style of tiling at the moment takes inspiration from traditional Moroccan tiles. The Santa Fe showcases this look perfectly, with rustic beige tones highlighted by sage green pigments forming a vintage and authentic design informed by historic Moroccan patterns. A popular style of tiling at the moment takes inspiration from traditional Moroccan tiles.

Santa Fe Ceramic

Beige Splashback Tiles

Last but by no means least on for beige kitchen tile ideas are splashback tiles. Adding both practicality and style to areas such as sinks or cooking spaces, beige splashback tiles can pair sympathetically with other colour schemes in the cabinetry or flooring, as well as stand out on their own. For an elegant and timeless gloss metro tile, you will love the Arta Eggshell. Its slightly uneven surface finish and timeless buff hue provide a handmade, artisanal look and feel. Find further kitchen splashback tile ideas here.

Arta Eggshell Ceramic

To embrace a decorative beige splashback tile option, why not consider the Kiki Sand. Available in a plain and subtle beige-toned ‘Base’ option or a fun striped tile so that varying patterns can be interchanged. Alternatively, lay the striped tiles by themselves for a purely decorative effect. The Kiln Clay is another excellent option, with an earthy beige tone and charming matt finish. The slender metro tile format allows the Kiln to be laid in many different styles, from the traditional brick bond, to herringbone, to a more contemporary stack bond depending on the look and feel you are trying to achieve. To embrace a decorative beige splashback tile option.

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Kiln Clay Porcelain


We hope you have found this post a useful source of inspiration for beige kitchen tile ideas! If you are wanting more kitchen inspiration, read our blog on kitchen flooring trends, as well as a post featuring five favourite kitchen paint colours paired with our tiles. For other colour schemes, we have also explored white kitchen tiles and grey kitchen tile ideas. We invite you to visit one of our UK showrooms for large floor and wall displays of our beige kitchen tiles. Alternatively, please feel free to contact us for any questions or advice!