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4 Ways Of Using Hexagon Tiles

4 Ways Of Using Hexagon Tiles

Geometric decoration offers a wide range of possibilities and tiles are no exception. Today, we are going to talk about a specific shape - hexagons. If you are thinking of giving your house a makeover, you will be amazed of the different options hexagonal tiles have. You can use them in the bathroom, kitchen or even on floors and walls in other rooms too. Hexagon tiles give a classy touch to your home and will help in creating the illusion of more space. Here are a few ideas on how you could use hexagonal tiles when redecorating your house.

Walls and Floors

Why not put hexagonal tiles on your walls and floors? This idea works perfectly in bathrooms. Since bathrooms tend to be the smallest room in your home they would benefit from a bit of design. Hexagon tiles help a floor or wall to appear longer thanks to the continuing pattern. To further help this trick you could choose white, gloss tiles as an accompanying tile to help bounce light. Similarly, choosing a neutral colour for the floor means you can opt for brighter and bolder colours for your hexagonal wall tiles. Combining hexagon tiles with neutral coloured tiles makes the unique shape really pop giving you a stunning contemporary look.

Simplicity

Feature walls have long been a favourite among homeowners. It allows you to draw attention to one feature in particular, for example, a bright wallpaper. This then makes adding accent colours and accessories noticeably easier. The same thing applies with tiles. Using a feature wall or floor with just hexagonal tiles would really make your bathroom, kitchen or any room stand out. The simplicity lies in making sure this wall is the centre of attention and keeping the rest of the room fairly low-key in terms of design.

Tile Layouts

If you’re totally in love with geometric motifs, you could combine hexagonal tiles with other shapes. You could, for example, do a wall of squared tiles and then put just five hexagonal. You can also do shapes all over the wall, like hexagonal tiles in a zigzag pattern. Be careful when using intense patterns so not to make the room feel cluttered or smaller. Take time to carefully plan where you will install the tiles to keep that design balance within a room.

Mixing Materials

If done correctly, mixing textures can give beautiful results. One of the best ways of mixing materials is with the combination of wood and tile. This works particularly well when looking for a rustic style for your house. Hexagonal tiles look gorgeous on dining room floors that have wood furniture. The contrast of old and new offset each other nicely for a modern yet vintage aesthetic. Hexagon tiles also work as great splashback tiles. This draws attention to your kitchen counters which may be an incentive in your home.

Hexagon tiles are a strong design trend that looks set to stay for a long time. So, what are you waiting for? You can view our hexagon tiles here.

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