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Such is the large variety of shades which can be categorised as brown this colour is overall one of the most popular for home designs. From light creamy colours to significantly darker ones, brown encompasses a vast range which makes it a versatile choice. So deciding on which type of brown colour you use will be important for your design. Not surprisingly - as brown is a prominent natural colour - we have a wide variety of brown natural stone tiles available including; granite, marble and travertine. Cost effective brown tiles from our ceramic range are an excellent alternative to natural stone. Brown tiles in a textured pattern or in a plain format can be used in different ways. Brown ceramic mosaics or borders can make a neat, low cost wall feature and will combine with cream and beige colours for a subtle contrast. Ceramic is also easy to clean, maintain and install - making it perfect for DIY projects.
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With it being such a prevalent colour within nature, it is no surprise that many of our natural stone tiles are brown. In granite tiles the shade of brown is what is commonly described as tan, as it also contains a red tinge. Similarly in slate, brown and red shades combine for a distinctive look. Marble tiles are available in varying shades of brown often contrasted by lighter colours like cream and beige. Common terms for brown tiles derive from food or hot drinks including chocolate and coffee. Brown does not only feature in natural stone tiles but also in manmade porcelain, quartz and ceramic. Wooden units, flooring and worktops are much used in kitchens. Cost effective imitations of a genuine wood surface can be found among our selection of vinyl and porcelain tiles. With a look and texture extremely close to natural wood, these tiles provide a low maintenance and durable option. It has been said that brown has a calming influence creating a soothing and relaxing ambiance throughout interiors. Natural stone brown tiles with a matt finish are used in conservatories and outdoor areas. These tiles not only absorb sunlight but also provide a stylish rustic look.