20 Beautiful Beige Kitchens

These designs prove beige is anything but boring. For a timeless, neutral color that plays well with others, consider bringing beige into your kitchen's design.

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July 02, 2019

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Tiles With Style

This charming, transitional kitchen mixes rich textures with soft, neutral tones to create a curated and classic space ideal for enjoying family meals. Glossy beige subway tiles line the walls to enhance the warm ivory cabinets and the stunning, slate-blue kitchen island.

Timeless Transitional

Espresso hardwoods create dramatic contrast against this kitchen's barely-beige cabinets and milky, marble counters. Lavender barstools, gilded hardware and brass pendant fixtures pack a punch of glamour into the otherwise tame, transitional design.

Beige Bunkhouse

We wouldn’t mind bunkering down for a few days (read: years) in this cozy Montana bunkhouse. The petite kitchen achieves a polished, cohesive design by using the same muted beige on the paneled walls and lower cabinets. Floating shelves, butcher block countertops and a unique, fiery-orange area rug, infuse the neutral space with warmth and character.

Soft + Sunny Backsplash

Looking to warm up your all-white kitchen? Take note from this transitional design and use a budget-friendly backsplash makeover to cozy-up your space. The sunny beige tiles used in this space bring out the warm, yellow undertones of the ivory cabinetry and yields a space that feels equal parts airy and inviting.

All-Natural Neutral

Skip the paint and achieve a beige kitchen design through carefully curated, natural materials. Beautiful, beige-toned wooden cabinets wrap this modern chef’s kitchen in warmth. The blonde wood is unadorned and gorgeous, embracing the soft sunlight streaming through the surrounding windows. Stainless steel appliances, stark-white walls and industrial chairs provide a cool contrast that balances the abundant, warm beige hue used in the space.

Elegant Transitional Greige

Remodeling your kitchen? Create a neutral space to serve as a timeless backdrop to your ever-evolving design taste. An airy color palette is at the forefront of this classic kitchen design with gray + beige colored cabinets, a white subway backsplash and sleek metallic hardware. A feminine, floral dish and pink oriental rug bring a dose of effervescent color and personality into the space.

Coastal Cottage

We’re smitten with this beachy beige kitchen. The neutral, coastal design features sandy shiplap walls, snowy Shaker-style cabinets, a white beadboard island and a whimsical oyster shell chandelier. Bright-white crown molding wraps around the room for an ultra-crisp and clean design.

Earthy Elegance

Creamy beige, brown and ivory hues are at play in this expansive chef’s kitchen. The impressive, stainless steel range hood is framed by a statement-making natural stone backsplash. Brindle countertops complement the stone feature, mirroring the wall’s richness in color, texture and movement.

From: Drury Design

Lacquered Look

Beige is anything but boring in this sleek and spirited, midcentury-inspired kitchen. Luxe, lacquered cabinets pair with a modern globe chandelier to bring the drama in the space, while a moody blue accent wall adds striking contrast and texture.

Classic Complement

Statement stripes line the ceiling to serve as a vibrant focal point in this otherwise understated beige kitchen. The soft beige walls frame classic white cabinets and enhance the rich tones of the wooden kitchen island.

Stunning Backsplash

This inviting farmhouse kitchen, seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, features classic white cabinets, a custom range hood and a wall of brilliant, beige hexagon tiles. The hand laid tiles sport a high-shine finish that brings a layer of contrast and texture to the space. Subtle touches of jade green and bright yellow are sprinkled throughout to round out the design.

Airy Open Concept

Entertainment comes easy in this expansive, open concept kitchen. Greige inlaid cabinets sport ultra-sleek nickel hardware, while crisp marble counters provide a clean space to prep and pick on party snacks.

From: Drury Design

Pretty Palette

This curated kitchen, seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, expertly pairs sunny beige tiles with dreamy gray cabinets and crisp-white, marble counters. Copper lantern pendants enhance the warm undertones found in both the beige backsplash and weathered, wooden island. Oil-rubbed bronze hardware and water fixtures provide contrast to the sea of neutrals and a pitched, soaring ceiling delivers the drama.

Drool-Worthy Details

Neutral, yes. Boring? Not a chance. This kitchen from HGTV's Fixer Upper, showcases the dreamy pairing of deep beige cabinets, moody soapstone counters and an unlacquered brass faucet. Pairs of oil-rubbed bronze knobs are used in lieu of traditional pulls, and snowy brick serves as a texture rich backsplash instead of typical tiles.

Not-Your-Basic Beige

Dreamy desert hues inspire the design palette for this extraordinary home, located in Joshua Tree National Park. The hip kitchen sports a wall of creamy, almond-beige tiles with an ornate, black motif. A modern range hood and a set of inky, minimalist dining chairs mirror the black accents found on each tile. Marigold blooms, a vintage flaxen rug and a small countertop planter play-up the warm undertone of the beige backdrop.

Historic Charm

Expansive, open doorways and bright, creamy beige walls make this cozy kitchen feel spacious and inviting. The beige, horizontal wall panels and original carved door casings nod to yesteryear and provide charm galore in this historic space. Classic Chinoiserie pieces are scattered throughout the space, adding another layer of traditional, southern style to the design.

Beige Built-Ins

Floor-to-ceiling, beige built-ins bring charm to this timeless breakfast nook. The kitchen storage is simple and sophisticated with windowed cabinet doors, lacquered nickel bin pulls, crystal knobs and inky soapstone counters. Black-and-white, checkered floors provide a refined element underfoot to polish off the classic design.

Stately Stone Floors

Stone hexagon tiles line the floor of this easy-going, open concept kitchen. The oversized, earthy tiles complement the crisp cabinetry and provide dimension and movement in the space. The designers alternate between soft beige, golden tan and deep coffee-colored tiles to provide interest underfoot.

Sun Kissed Style

This sundrenched kitchen has stolen our hearts. Pale yellow walls pair with a soft, beige, cream and tan pebbled backsplash add to the charm of this classic white kitchen. Pretty chrome pendants illuminate over the spacious island and handsome roman shades enhance the beautiful bay window.

Statement-Making Materials

Creamy countertops, pale wood cabinets and a blonde brick backsplash come together to create this classic, rustic kitchen design. The inviting open concept design achieves its effortless look by sticking to natural materials in muted, versatile hues. Industrial light fixtures, stainless steel appliances and sleek, chrome hardware bring a bit of sparkle and shine to break-up the mostly monochromatic design.

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