Step inside a bathroom with color block done right– and bright! Hexite Tile in Flagstone adds geometric elegance across the floor, complete with matching Cove Base Trim, while the shower lends the room a burst of energy with 6x12 Ceramic Tile in Koi and Halite on the walls, 1x6 Sheeted Mosaic Tile in Koi in the shower pan, and a built-in niche trimmed with 1x6 Quarter Rounds in Halite.
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Rich as long-loved leather, our handmade Hexite Tile in Antique brings intriguing pattern and color to this bathroom floor, while bright white 3x12 Straight Set Tile stretches across the bathroom backsplash to the windowed tub surround in clean contrasting Calcite.
Plant and interior stylist Hilton Carter went wild building out this Baltimore sunroom. Hexite Tile in a blend of Feldspar, Ivory, Dolomite, Tumbleweed, Chateau, and Halite creates a confetti floor of muted earth tones with the perfect mix of textures, colors and details.
Step into this spacious custom shower featuring a honeycomb Hexite accent wall. 2x2 Mosaic Tile in White Wash covers the shower floor with matching 2x8 Tile cladding the walls and shower niche. But it’s all about the attention grabbing accent wall in Seedling with white grout lines converging to create myriad shapes for the eye to follow.
It’s all fun and games in this beachy Florida bathroom. Hexite Tiles in Chateau, Frond, Desert Bloom, Neptune, and White Wash come together in a clever beach ball motif for vacation vibes all year long.
Writing for Darling Magazine, homeowner Sarah Dubbeldam and her husband transform their once awkward bathroom with a confetti-inspired Hexite Tile motif that celebrates the colors of nature.
Rounding out their bathroom renovation feature in Darling Magazine, Sarah Dubbeldam and her husband outfitted their shower with a contemporary Hexite pattern in Halite with deep Caspian Sea Hexagon Tiles that appear to spill out of the shower and across the bathroom floor.