Hexagons are not just for your retro renovation, you can texturize your floor with Hexagons in your contemporary home too! Create visual texture with Hexagons in a specific pattern or create a monochromatic look with a solid color or luxurious stone option. From Porcelain to Stone to Ceramic options, you can get creative with the material and sizes!
Whether you are renovating your urban farmhouse or adding texture to your sleek and contemporary home, the visual pattern play of a Hexagon floor adds interest and style. While the smaller mosaics are perfect for Shower Floors, our 8″ Hexagons are the perfect Mate for your Bathroom or Kitchen Floors! What do you floors say about you? There are more options out there than a square 24″x 24″ Tile Floor. Get creative with our Hexagons, and let our Design Team help you achieve this textured look!
Think outside the box and keep life interesting by applying Hex’s to your floor. From Cement to Stone to Ceramic options, we have a plethora of Hexagon options for your home. By mixing up the colors, stick to 2 to 3 color options, you will have room for pattern play by creating your own scheme.
I love how they ran the Stone Hexagons into the wood planks by keeping the Hexagon shape without compromise, and keep it classic with a simplistic kitchen flooring design with Ceramic Hexagons. The larger shape means fewer grout lines, and creates a fresh updated spin on an old classic. Ask us what our Hexagon options are, and you’ll be amazed how this simple shape can really make a difference!
Prize: 40 sq. ft. of your favorite mosaic tile from selections below
From: Mission Stone and Tile
Ready, Set, TILE!: Mission Stone and Tile, the premier online source for luxury marble, stone, tile, and mosaics, is giving away 40 sq. ft. of gorgeous mosaic tile to one lucky winner! Five of Mission’s most dazzling designs are being showcased for this contest, just pick your favorite and enter to win it!
Hexy? Curvy? Kaleidoscopic? What’s your tile style?
Whether you’re sourcing for your latest DIY project or working with a contractor, Mission Stone and Tile is your online source for buying luxury tile direct at wholesale prices. With a huge selection of quality ceramic tile, stone, and mosaics, they offer stunning options for every design project.
Though a bathroom renovation might be the first place we’d take these beautiful tiles for a spin, we’d also love to see them used decoratively on hearths, fireplace surrounds, steps, or tabletops.
Where in your home would you like to add a little tile style? Enter to win 40 sq. ft. of your favorite tiles and let us know in the comments which style you chose and where you’d use it.
How to Enter:
1) Use this link to enter a Rafflecopter giveaway
The giveaway begins October 14, 2013 at 10:15am ET and ends October 25, 2013 at 11:59pm ET. We will choose one lucky winner at random. Winner will be asked to share a picture of their completed project! (Read the official rules here.)
BONUS: A SECOND CHANCE TO WIN
WHICH IS YOUR FAVORITE STYLE, and WHERE WILL YOU USE? LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW
After you’ve entered the giveaway, vote for your favorite of these five tile styles by telling us in the comments which tile you chose and where you would use it. Mission will put the style with the most votes on sale for one week at a big discount, so everyone wins!
CLICK HERE for link to purchase winning mosaic at discounted price.
We have recently had a lot of requests for vintage or retro tile selections. Either customers want that vintage look, or they are trying to make their bathroom compliment the era of their older home. I find the vintage or retro look charming, and it is even possible to update your current retro bathroom to a more handsome looking retro or vintage bathroom minus the 60’s “Pepto pink” or mauve and maroon tiles.
Subway tiles have been popular for centuries, and this bathroom features a more unique look with the subway tiles on the bathroom floor in a brick joint.
These subway tiles run horizontally from the floor up to the ceiling, and are combined with a farm house style wood vanity, paired with two vintage mirrors that add a little more character to an all white setting.
Of course, one can never go wrong with carrara marble. This option is a classical choice, and creates a retro look in the form of subway and hexagon tiles.
Take a look at this blogger’s Retro Bathroom Renovation, from teal to a look to steal! The homeowners have incorporated the classic white subway tiles, and the white hexagon with rosettes on the floor.
Stay tuned for a post on Retro Kitchens, and how you create your own Betty Crocker Bakery!
Hexagon tiles go back to the days of Roman Baths. These exquisite tiles are legendary, charming and very European looking. The six-sided polygon has been very popular for centuries, found in some of the most noted palaces throughout history.
Hexagon tiles can be magnificently colored. Strategic use of them can bring out hues in walls and furnishings with clarity. In addition to adding flair to a bathroom, they have been used in homes adorning sunrooms and garden porches.
The beauty of hexagon tiles has been passed down generation after generation. It has survived wars and floods and is both durable and exquisite.
Here’s a great example of hexagon tiles being used in a family’s mudroom. Beautiful, yet also durable.
A throwback to eras of the past is this simple use of white hexagon tiles.
Simple, yet also sophisticated, hexagon tiles can be used in so many different ways. Using a variety of colors lends itself to creating unique and interesting patterns.
One of my favorites is the Hexagon Mosaic Lagos Azul – Honed tile.
We are happy to help you pick out the right hexagon tiles for your next remodeling project. Just give us a call.
This has got to be one of the best before and after Bathroom Renovations I’ve ever seen!
Here’s what you need to accomplish this renovation:
Toto Soiree Toilet
HydroSystems Solo Jetted Tub
Vihara Glass- Minka Silk
Dillon Sconces from Restoration Hardware (Polished Chrome)
Grohe Faucets/Shower Heads Fixtures (Polished Chrome)
Calacatta Gold Slab Marble Countertops
Calacatta Gold Hexagon Tile Floor – 3″
Creations by Alno, Nicole style towel bars, rack, TP holder, etc.
Hunter Douglas Silhouette Window Covering
Cabinets: Bellmont by Pacific Crest, Monticello door style, Cherry wood with Java Stain