Beige porcelain stoneware tiles: timeless elegance and glow

All the nuances of beige porcelain stoneware

The elegance and refinement of neutral beige are able to make any interior incredibly warm and welcoming. The special feature of beige tiles is that their shades may appear cool or warm depending on the colours with which they are combined. Beige coverings are thus extremely versatile and they evoke the colours of the earth in a particularly subtle way.

 

Emilceramica offers no fewer than 52 collections in beige porcelain stoneware, perfectly suitable both for large spaces like living-rooms or stylish designer kitchens and for outdoor areas like gardens, patios and verandas. Offices, public spaces and community meeting places can also be decorated with the good taste and sophistication of beige floors and walls. Beige is the perfect colour for those seeking something classical but with the right touch of personality, and who love subtle but distinctive colours.

 

Beige tiles for walls, surfaces and floors can be combined with other light and delicate colours such as white or grey, but also look excellent with brighter and stronger shades like red, green, orange and brick colour. This colour is highly suitable for alternating with other shades, even in the same room, such as with brown. Wood, stone, terracotta and marble are some of the porcelain stoneware inspiration materials which gain beauty from the various shades of beige. The Dimore by Emilceramica collection is a reinterpretation of oak which features shades of beige with original decors for creating stunning effects.

 

Alter by Provenza interprets wood in no fewer than four shades that can be classified as beige: Sbiancato, Miele, Noce and Bruciato. The 300 Gradi by Viva collection exploits the shade modulations of wood of this colour and creates dynamism and variation with the aid of the tiles’ unusual geometric forms. Petra by Emilceramica features large slab coverings which, in beige colour, are able to make any interior simple and elegant, especially outdoors. Regardless of the chosen collection, beige will give light to interiors and expand spaces, giving positive sensations on anyone who lives there.

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