Step into elegance with the luxe accents and handmade tile adorning this office bathroom. Floral wallpaper meets a wainscot of 3x9 Ceramic Tile in smoky brown Cardamom, attractively contrasted by 2” Sheeted Hexagon Tile in Iron Ore across the floor.
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The bar at Chicago’s historic Studebaker exudes sophistication in Hunter Green. Designer Rae Rockwell used a combination of 4” Hexagon and 2x8 Ceramic Tile in this opulent matte glaze across the bar front and arched alcove to nod to the theater’s 19th-century roots while bringing it firmly into the modern age.
This kitchen is black and white and hex all over thanks to a beautiful backsplash of handmade 4” Hexagon Tile in matte black Basalt outlined in contrasting white grout.
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.
A classic color duo gets a new angle. Anchored by a Navy Hexagon Tile backsplash, this open kitchen serves up a fresh take on blue and white.
A palette of neutrals in a trio of patterns seamlessly blend these white and grey bathroom tiles together.
A trio of tile patterns beautifully inhabit this great room. An island clad with handmade hex tile is complemented by white kitchen tile, while fireplace tiles in our right and left Scalene Triangles anchor the living room.
This bright and beautiful kitchen goes luxe with our dark and dramatic Evergreen glaze in a 6" Hexagon shape.
Located in the heart of downtown Charleston, a Navy Blue Hexagon backsplash offers a seamless transition between indoors and outdoors in this luxury student housing complex's communal space and poolside bar.
While honoring the home's historical roots, Destination Eichler's Karen Nepacena plays up pattern with white hexagon floor tiles.