534,555 hexagonal tile Home Design Photos

Boutique Homes
1 Review
Royal Crescent
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How do you set the tiles over the
As they were mosaic tiles on a netting, it was easy to mould the tile in place over the curve
I purchased these tiles from ...
White hexagon tiles with charcoal grout(guest bath). Use white grout for Cottage.
Keep it consistent A clever trick to making a small bathroom look bigger is to use the same tiles on the walls and the floor. Look for a range that’s suitable for both uses, as they will need to be tougher for the floor. If you have any curvy or awkward shapes, mosaics are a dream for rolling over bumps
“Tiles1” — Jeff Bartley
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
More Than Half a Bath
Ideabooks6,226
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What brand of tile is that, please?
Love the tile -- the shape, size and color. Perfect. Info appreciated!
Really need to find that brown hex tile
I have been looking everywhere for dark brown hexagon tile. Please where can I find
Can you get this tile in other colours?
What color grout is used with the hex tiles?
I haven't checked lately, but the tile was from The Tile Shop and used to come in white & grey as well.
The tile is from The Tile Shop, which has several locations in the US. Not sure if there are any outside of the US. However, it's actually
It came from The Tile Shop. I think they still carry it in black, white, and grey.
The back wall is actual tile. No wallpaper at the moment...although I had to remove a lot of it in this house. :)
“Black honeycomb with white grout” — bristelbowen
ecdunn
Tammy's Pics
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Who is the manufacturer of the floor tile?
who is the tile manufacturer style,color?
What kind of tile is on this bathroom floor?
Those look like hexagon tiles. We have something similar
It is a 1" Carrara Hexagon marble mosaic. Lots of online retailers sell this product. This is similar to our Carrara Venato 1" Hexagon $10.95 a square foot. Great value and the grout add anti-slip to the bathroom floor.
This looks like a marble hexagon tile, and although I can't quite pinpoint exactly which marble it is, here are a couple of options for you that should work great! ... ... ... ... ... ...
The tiles and "lightness" of it all.
baby hexagon floor tiles in marble, so pretty
1" Carrara hexagon marble mosaic tile
“Mosaics” — louisematthews
Giambastiani Design
1 Review
Baths
Ideabooks3,774
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Hi there! What colour is the grout on the floor tiles? It's lovely! I have purchased 1" glossy hex tiles for my bathroom reno, but I am not sure which grey colour to go with...I was thinking Warm Gray by Mapei but not sure how
Hi! Wondering where the floor tile is from? And what colour of grout was used? Thanks!
It's original 2" ceramic hex tile probably English like the wall tile. Early 20th century.
Thanks to Benjamin Moore, original wall and floor tile and our great photographer Bradley M Jones! The original ceramic wall and floor tiles (1908) had a beautiful soft off white color. We
This is the original (1908) 2" x 2" ceramic hexagon. To simulate this grout color, use a soft,warm gray.
“Kids bath” — arrcrowley
BASSO HOMES Inc
2 Reviews
Winter Park, FL traditional bathroom
Ideabooks13,398
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exterior French doors, and custom wardrobe / entertainment cabinet. The master bathroom included Ferguson Mirrablle tub and shower, Carrara marble tile floors, tub deck, tub splash, countertops and shower. Dark wood custom vanity, mirrors from Restoration Hardware
Are the subway tiles two different colors?
What were the tiles used on the shower walls? Great look!
Is the ceramic tile hand-made or machine made?
Is the floor tile honed, polished or tumbled?
Ceramic white subway tile, very budget friendly. Carrara marble hexagon floor with Carrara marble chair rail border
It is machine made, Dal Tile, ice white (I think)
Unfortunately I don't have an exact record of it, but I believe it was Ice white tile and either and ice white grout or snow white, probably Laticrete or Bonsal on this particular project
“Gray tile” — sbemery
Amy Cuker, MBA, LEED AP
12 Reviews
Girl's Bathoom Vintage Style
Ideabooks1,126
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BEAUTIFUL bathroom! Where did you get that gorgeous tile?
Hi, where did you get that fantastic tile on the floor? What is the size of the tile? Thanks!
I just LOVE it! The bathroom is very pretty. Thanks so much for the quick reply. No one, but no one, has 2" hexagonal tile in stock right now. There's been a run on it.
hex tile with green and bead board
2" hexagonal ceramic tile in matte
like the farmhouse feel of beadboard and hex tile flooring
small hexagon tiles give a cottage feel according to designers
like the hexagonal tile- ceramic, 2"
2" hexagonal tile in matte white finish
two inch hexagonal ceramic tile in matte white finish
hex tiles plus panelling and wall paper, and it works!
beadboard, frameless shower enclosure and hexagonal tile floor
“Like ours” — Amanda Neal
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary bathroom ideas
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What did you use on the edge of the penny tile counter to make it smooth?
Love the vanity. How did you make it? Is it wood, tiled and cut to fit sinks then anchored to the wall?
They are hexagonal tiles rather than penny tiles, so they can be cut down to get the right dimensions to minimize gaps around the edges. It's tedious, but worth it!
Maybe white octagonal tile for girls bath
Love everything especially the tiled sinks
love the hexagon tile on the wall and floor
love the look of tiles everywhere. for additional
Kids bath - like FLOOR TILE ONLY
Love the youthful look. Hate the itty bitty tile work
rectangles and squares or circles and hexagons, for example — in different sizes can add interest and subtly draw the eye around the space. Unlike most bathrooms, where rectangular and square tiles have a significant presence, this bathroom has round elements — hexagonal tiles, round mirrors and round floor
“Sink vanity” — kbaldwin306
Nerland Building & Restoration, Inc.
10 Reviews
A Bernal Heights 2 Residence
Ideabooks635
Questions1
Kitchen tile -- what is it?
The tile comes from Heriatge Tile. It is their atomic tile.
" The white hexagons and bubbles are a more modern take than standard subway tile.
Love the tile! Atomic tiles, Heritage tile
tile and the yellow paint. Benjamin Moore Yellow Finch.
White hexagonal backsplash tiles -- more interesting than subway tiles with a similar classic, simple look
she first admired this tile in San Francisco's BART stations, Katie didn't realize she could buy it until she saw it outside a nearby restaurant. "They're not cheap," she says. "But like I said, once we had these tiles in our mind, there was no turning back." The white hexagons and bubbles are a more
more modern take than standard subway tile.Backsplash: Atomic tiles, Heritage Tile
“tile” — romy8007
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