Your Cart is Empty
(Electra Grande Lightning | Porcelain Tile | 13.5 x 15.5)
Guys, this trend is simply not going away! Hexagon floor tiles. This style took the interior design market by storm a few years back and continues to be all the rage. Here are a few reasons why:
Hexagon Floor Tiles Have Been Around for a Minute
That’s right – it’s a classic! And once you start noticing hexagon flooring, you won’t be able to un-notice it!. The cement ground in your local parks? Hexagon. The flooring in your corner bistro? Hexagon. You can even go to your grandma’s house and see the tile of yesteryear. Hexagon. It’s a style that has withstood the test of time.
(Hexagon King Nut | Inlay | 8" Wood Look Tile)
They’re New and Fresh
While the classics (like black and white hexagon floor tiles) are still broadly used in even the sleekest of interiors, today’s hexagon floor tiles are available in a huge range of styles. You can get cement tile, porcelain tile or ceramic tile. You can get bold colors, patterns, marble, the look of marble, a wood look, and the list goes on.
You Can Mix Up the Design With No Color at All
Sometimes the room design calls for all neutrals. Like marble and natural wood. By introducing a hexagon tile to the palette, you can stay within the scheme while creating visual interest. If you’re using a basic white wall tile, for example, you might want to pair it with a white marble hexagon floor tile.
Want to see which hexagon is right for you?
Check out our Hexagon Natural Stones