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Beige is a comforting color to incorporate into your kitchen design.
As you’ll see below, beige can fit into a kitchen design as a tile or a solid countertop, wall, or floor.
Farmhouse kitchen with beige cabinetry, arched doorway, central island breakfast bar and hardwood flooring.
U-shaped dine-in-kitchen with black appliances, central island breakfast bar and hardwood flooring.
Warm elegant residential kitchen designed with high-end finishes including hardwood floors, granite counter tops, custom cabinets, two islands, elegant chandeliers, large stove hood, and two stainless steel ovens.
Enclosed G-shaped kitchen with built-in shelving, pendant lights, stainless steel appliances, central kitchen island and peninsula breakfast bar.
Large shabby-chic kitchen with chandelier, an arched doorway and 2 islands, one with a breakfast bar lighted by recessed lights.
L-shaped beige kitchen with pendant lights, stainless steel appliances, island breakfast bar and hardwood flooring.
Large Country style kitchen with a vaulted ceiling with a single beam, pendant lighting and hardwood flooring, along with a center island with a breakfast bar.
The ornament attention to detail really takes this design to the next level. This kitchen also offers classy counters with a large center island.
Semi-circular kitchen island with a breakfast bar on the curved side, featuring classy bar stools.
Custom kitchen with two islands. Interestingly this kitchen is not as large as most kitchens with two islands.
Dark wood kitchen island in light beige room. It is set on the room’s hardwood floors and is lighted by a couple of ceiling lights.
Luxury kitchen interior design in open living space with an elevated ceiling. The large island is semi-circular with seating on the outside facing the kitchen.
Large dine-in kitchen featuring a breakfast bar and an 8-seater rectangular dining table set on the rug covering the hardwood floors.
Small U-shaped kitchen featuring hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances.
A gorgeous dining table set on top of the stylish hardwood floors and is lighted by a fabulous ceiling light. The room is surrounded by beige walls.
A classy kitchen featuring a center island with a breakfast bar, lighted by pendant and recessed lights.
A dine-in kitchen featuring reddish wooden cabinetry and kitchen counters, along with a glass top dining table set on top of a stylish rug.
This kitchen offers a stylish breakfast bar with black countertops and tiles floors.
A dine-in kitchen featuring a small breakfast bar and a dining table set lighted by a gorgeous chandelier set on a white ceiling.
This kitchen features white cabinetry and kitchen counters, along with hardwood floors and beige walls.
This kitchen offers a large center island and a stunning tray ceiling. The walnut cabinetry and kitchen counters look awesome.
A kitchen featuring granite countertops on walnut counters. The cabinetry is finished with walnut as well.
Bright kitchen area featuring a massive center island, classy tiles floors and a stunning ceiling lighted by recessed and pendant lights.
A dine-in kitchen featuring a stylish center island serving as a breakfast bar. There’s a dining nook as well near the windows.
This kitchen offers stylish tiles floors, cabinetry and kitchen counters, along with a center island both with marble countertops.
A great room featuring hardwood floors and beige walls. There’s a kitchen area, a dining nook and a living space.
A kitchen featuring hardwood floors, white cabinetry and kitchen counters, along with a stylish center island with space for a breakfast bar.
Large kitchen featuring hardwood floors, beige walls, white cabinetry and kitchen counters, added by a center island providing space for a breakfast bar.
U-shaped kitchen featuring black hardwood floors matching the black granite countertops on both kitchen counters and center island.
This kitchen offers a large and stylish center island with attractive bar stools set on the hardwood floors.
A kitchen featuring tiles floors and a stunning ceiling lighted by a glamorous chandelier.
Large kitchen boasting granite countertops on both kitchen counters and center island. The breakfast bar offers a modern bar stools.
A classy kitchen featuring walnut cabinetry, kitchen counters and center island along with beautiful tiles floors.
This kitchen features a stylish center island set on the hardwood floors and is lighted by recessed and pendant lights.
A small kitchen featuring black granite countertops on the kitchen counters and a marble countertop on the center island.
Large kitchen featuring hardwood floors and white cabinetry, along with beige walls, recessed ceiling lights and a gorgeous pendant lighting.
This kitchen offers a white center island and brown kitchen counters with white granite countertops. The home also has hardwood floors.
An L-shape kitchen featuring hardwood floors and a classy center island with space for a breakfast bar lighted by pendant lights.
This kitchen features reddish hardwood floors, white granite countertops on both kitchen counters and center island, and recessed and pendant lights.
An L-shape kitchen featuring granite countertops on kitchen counters and center island. The room also features beige walls and hardwood floors.
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Countertops, Walls, Or Floors?
If you don’t limit beige’s reign, it can end up making your kitchen look a bit boring. Beige tends to need some variety introduced alongside it, which means that in our opinion, beige works best when it’s in tiles.
The question is where should those beige tiles go, and what other colors they should be paired with.
Tiled beige countertops can bring a warm and almost sandy feeling to the kitchen, and do a great job of bringing the best out of natural light. Artificial light can be a bit harshly reflected off of tiled beige countertops, though, so you should opt for a cooler and less intense beige—or light source.
The most commonplace to see beige tiles implemented in a kitchen design is in the walled areas in between major appliances like the stove, oven, or cabinets. Beige tiles work well here because they keep the majority of the eye’s attention on the appliance while offering a friendly surface for light to reflect off of.
Beige tiles on the floor give a beach house like feeling to the kitchen, but they can also be a bit overwhelming to look at. Beige floor tiles also get damaged and discolored quite easily, which is a shame: beige floor tiles can make a magical afternoon sunlight perk up the entire kitchen in a way that other colors and other tile positions simply can’t.
Avoiding Beige Faux Pas
The other main trick with beige is to stay consistent. If you tile the walls between your major appliances with beige tiles, don’t tile all but one surface—the discontinuity will be eye-catching in a bad way.
Additionally, you should use other beige objects in your kitchen very sparingly if you plan on using beige tiling. Beige tablecloths rarely look good, and unless paired with a particularly outstandingly textured wood, beige doesn’t play well with things that lie close to it on the color wheel.
Stick to pastel colors like pinks, reds, and blues to pair with your beiges instead.
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