Our top 5 beige porcelain tile picks

Our top 5 beige porcelain tile picks

We're Warming Up

After a very long 2020, we are loving the warming, soothing tones of oatmeal, jute and biscuit. Beige is back and this beautiful alternative to whites and greys adds warmth and a welcome feel to spaces.

It also works so well with botanicals and woods - embracing the trend for all things nature inspired. It's hard to narrow to our top 5 beige porcelain tile picks so don't just take our word for it! Browse our portfolios - but in the meantime, here's our top beige porcelain tile recommendations to get you started.

Metro Bone - Cement effect

This is a staple of our collections. The blend of design, finish and beautifully balanced shade of Bone makes this a go-to for those seeking a contemporary tile that works with ease across walls and floors.

The Soft finish for inside is the stuff of barefoot dreams and matching Antislip finish for outside makes for a seamless flow from in to out.

Metro Sand

Beat Beige - Cement effect

We love Beat. The surfacing of this beige porcelain tile is bespattered with salts and the appearance of flaking for an authentic worn look that is enhanced by the Contour finish. This is a collection that really has the feel of the city and is at home in the kitchen, bathroom, lounge and more. It's hard to beat.

And if you're looking for bathroom matching floor and wall tiles then look no further. Beat porcelains are complimented by a co-ordinating collection of ceramic wall tiles too.


This is Bliss - Stone effect

Bliss is an elegant set of Tuscan inspired stone effect porcelains with subtle white veining. It's in 2 finishes - Antislip Soft and Satin. The Antislip Soft is great because it can be used inside and out.

The Satin finish is just exquisite. It transforms this tile with a sheen that's not too polished so it perfectly echoes the feel of worn, aged stone.

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Fuse Beige - Stone effect

This eye-catching porcelain fuses the effect of crushed stone with a warm, biscuit background giving a lovely sense of movement across the tile surface. We love the Fuse collection - these are the kind of muted tones that will work in almost any setting and the Antislip Soft finish means they can work inside and out.

Fuse Biscuit

Docklands Beige - Cement effect

We had to give Docklands a shout out. This whole collection is so versatile. It's in Antislip Soft, can be used inside and out, has the largest portfolio of sizes in our collections and is a winner with us and homeowners.

There's an amazing collection of ceramic wall tiles to go with the porcelains and the colour and design of this beige porcelain tile makes it perfect for those seeking an industrial feel with a worn effect.


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