It warms and illuminates, invites and welcomes: beige is a subtle, neutral colour, easy to mix and match, that inspires a mood of relaxation. Italgraniti has many products that reach well beyond the standard, perhaps rather banal beige wood look porcelain stoneware and interpret this colour’s countless different shades. Stone, concrete, resin and even metal: explore our catalogue of beige tiles to discover effects rich in design potentials.
In nature, beige is the colour of some stones widely used in architecture, and also of choice varieties of marble. Even when it is a mere colour variant of a texture which originated with a different colour, beige is pleasing to our eyes, welcomed as a neutral, natural shade we like to have around us: an emotionally reassuring colour that will fit in anywhere.
It is the perfect colour for anyone seeking a familiar, traditional style, and for lovers of warm, soft shades. With the variety of effects in the Italgraniti catalogue, this hue can be used in very different ways, giving it the right character to blend into any interior design style.
In its different gradations, beige is perfect for covering the walls and floor of the home and for the pavings of gardens and any public space. In fact, beige porcelain stoneware also brings a tasteful, serene elegance to offices, restaurants, shops and community buildings (such as hospitals and schools), an invitation to linger. Beige bathroom tiles give this intimate room a delicate, warm, relaxing atmosphere and they also harmonise attractively with bathroom furnishings and a very wide range of textiles, both classical and modern.
Whether used on floors or walls, beige porcelain stoneware can be combined with other light and delicate colours such as white or grey, but it can also dialogue with brighter shades like red, green, orange and brick colour. Last but not least, before designing a room it should be remembered that beige porcelain stoneware tiles have an ambivalent relationship with light: they may appear cooler or warmer depending on the time of day, the type of artificial lighting used, and the colours with which they are combined.