Beige Tiles: view the collections

Beige, sand, hazelnut, Havana: tiles take shape within the room. The dove grey surfaces and waxy shades provide uniform carpets for the home, from living-room to kitchen.

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ArtCraft
Innovative porcelain stoneware, classic and minimalist decorations, variety of formats and colors
  • Colors 7
  • Surfaces 2
  • Sizes 3
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Cementum Wall
Ceramic wall tiles, contemporary look, in 4 colors
  • Colors 4
  • Surfaces 1
  • Sizes 1
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Fabula Wall
Marble effect cladding and 3D decorations
  • Colors 5
  • Surfaces 1
  • Sizes 1
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Fabula
Marble effect porcelain stoneware: contemporary elegance for floors
  • Colors 5
  • Surfaces 1
  • Sizes 3
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Frammento
Venetian terrazzo in porcelain stoneware, 2 sizes of chips: Micro and Macro
  • Colors 6
  • Surfaces 1
  • Sizes 3
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Vivo
Vivo porcelain stoneware: elegant, realistic, 3D Ink technology
  • Colors 4
  • Surfaces 2
  • Sizes 4
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Slow
Inspired by traditional terracotta, soft aesthetic, warm palette
  • Colors 6
  • Mosaics 6
  • Surfaces 2
  • Sizes 6
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Mystone Berici
Porcelain stoneware inspired by stone, neutral tones, and exclusive decorations
  • Colors 4
  • Mosaics 4
  • Surfaces 2
  • Sizes 5
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Alma
Indoor and outdoor wood-effect stoneware
  • Colors 5
  • Surfaces 2
  • Sizes 1
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Confetto
Soft touch semi-matte surface
  • Colors 12
  • Surfaces 1
  • Sizes 2

Marazzi Advice

Argilla, Taupe, Noce, Sabbia, Naturale, Champagne, Crema are some of the infinite light and dark shades of beige. Beige tiles are a neutral base that is perfect for paving both indoor and outdoor environments. Walls or floors covered with beige ceramic or porcelain stoneware tiles are suitable for every room in the house – from the kitchen to the bathroom, living room and bedroom – and they combine equally well with classic and modern furnishing styles.

In their thousand nuances, the beige monochrome ceramic or stoneware tiles provide a base for designing a room’s covering by combining solid-coloured tiles with other colours – clear, dark or bright – or tiles with geometric, floral or vintage decors. Alternatively, you can play with tone-on-tone effects by using only the assortment of beige colours and varying the other characteristics of the tiles: dimensions, glossy/matt finishes, relief textures and the mosaic size.

In the Marazzi catalogue, beige tones are found in numerous products, including collections in which porcelain stoneware takes on the appearance of natural or construction materials, wood, stone, brick, terracotta, concrete and Venetian Seminato.