Beige is one of the preferred tones when choosing tiles for cladding any room. Its appearance—warmer and more delicate than white—makes it an ideal option for covering floors and walls.
Beige, the neutral and delicate colour
A space decorated in beige is synonymous with simplicity and elegance. Its timelessness and the fact that it can be combined both with neutral tones as well as more vivid tones are some of the qualities that make it a colour suitable for all types of settings. Similarly, it is perfect when blended with natural materials and elements, such as stone, wood, textiles, leather and plant-based elements.
Beige wall tiles and floor tiles can be chosen in a broad range of finishes and effects: with an organic appearance such as marble and other natural stones, light wood, an industrial look such as concrete, and decorated ceramic pieces, plain, in relief, etc.
This colour, which originates from the natural colour of wool, is key to various aesthetic trends in interior design such as the Mediterranean style, Nordic decor and spaces inspired by the Japanese Zen aesthetic.
Advantages of using ceramic in wall and floor tiles
Due to their high durability and resistance, ceramic wall and floor tiles can be integrated into projects ranging from interiors, exteriors, residential and commercial spaces or highly-transited areas.
This type of ceramic tile guarantees ease of maintenance, as well as being extremely resistant to high temperatures, chemicals and aggressive atmospheric agents. The natural and eco-friendly characteristics of this type of wall and floor tile, as well as a great capacity for thermal and electrical insulation, lend added-value to this highly efficient and sustainable material.
Being non-combustible, ceramic wall and floor tiling is also one of the safest materials for construction.