Step inside the Harding House and this charming traditional bathroom by Claire Thomas, full of timeless tilework. 4” Hexagon Tile in Antique fills the floor in varied browns while 4x4 Tile with Quarter Round Trim in leafy Rosemary finishes the tub surround with a built-in shampoo niche.
A little rustic. A little post war. But still a little Victoria. To designer Victoria Ford of Prepford Wife, those were the guidelines going into this ensuite bathroom renovation. Ford found what she was looking for with a shower of 3x6 Subway Tile in Dusty Blue to match the bathroom’s wainscoting and 4” Hexagon Tile Basalt and Quick Ship Calcite for a classic high-contrast floor.
Swift Studios, a hybrid photography studio and co-working space in Manhattan, needed tile that was camera ready. This photogenic shower features 3x12 Tile in high variation Dust Storm with matching 3" Hexagon Tile that’s ready for photoshoots but just might steal the show.
Skillful grayscale covers this brightly lit bathroom by Taylor and Taylor. Radiant Daisy in 2” Sheeted Hexagon leads to the subdued 2x6 Shower Tile in glossy Mist, putting the finishing touches on this stunning full bathroom.
Elegant from every angle, this bathroom by design firm Taylor and Taylor is awash in bright neutral details. Glazed Thin Brick in Elk leads off on the shower walls, with sheeted 2” mosaic Hexagons in Daisy decorating the shower floor. Stepping out, grab a towel and take in handpainted Summit Tiles in White Motif that cap off this masterful bath.
From the walk-in shower to the playful "tile rug", this thoughtfully modern shower tile and hexagon floor tile bathroom features a subtle blend of nuanced color and pattern.
Laid-back luxury defines this elevated yet inviting main bath, featuring cool blue-grey bathroom tiles paired with earthy thin brick floors.
A colorful gradient of red, yellow, gray, and white hexagon tile gives this eclectic bathroom an artistic edge.
Using shower and floor tile inspired by memories of Lake Michigan, The Fresh Exchange's Megan Gilger taps into her inner child for her kids' and guest bathroom.