Makeover specialist Bobby Berk along with vacation interiors expert, Paula Oblen took this bathroom from meh to memorable with a showstopping combination of black brick and tile. Wainscoting of Glazed Thin Brick in Black Hills throughout the room contrasts beautifully with textured white walls, while the shower features walls fully clad in Black Hills Brick with a complementing pan of 4” Ceramic Hexagon Tile in Basalt.
This contemporary bathroom is all about blending patterns. Specialty Ogee Drop in glossy blue Adriatic Sea makes waves in the shower alongside 4x4 Ceramic Tile in the same color, while 8” Hexagon Tile in neutral Feldspar across the floor rounds out this refined look.
What's the first thing guests see when they step through your front door? This welcoming entryway comes courtesy of 2" Sheeted Ceramic Hexagon Tiles in rich Evergreen for an unforgettable first impression.
Joy Street Design says 'so long' to the bathtub to make room for this stunning stand-up shower. 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Hunter Green covers the walls and accent niche while matching 4" Ceramic Hexagons put a finishing touch on the custom shower pan floor.
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.
Pairing with black hexagon floor tile with white shower tile, Zosia Mamet's updated guest bathroom is full of classic contrasts mixed with eclectic elements. Designed by High Street Homes.
Tasked to remodel her master bath, Aimee Lagos of Hygge & West designed a beautifully patterned black and white tile bathroom with splashes of whimsy. Hex tiles and bold herringbone tile shower pair perfectly in the classic color palette.
This bathroom's clean-cut black and white palette lends two classic tile patterns, subway and hexagon, a contemporary perspective.
Interior designer Nina Jizhar expertly pairs Foggy Morning with our Murietta pattern for a refreshing take on classic design.
Looking for Foggy Morning? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Foggy Morning has been discontinued. Closest color match is Mist on our Recycled Tile Body.
While honoring the home's historical roots, Destination Eichler's Karen Nepacena plays up pattern with white hexagon floor tiles.