Hexagon floor tile calls to mind cozy bathrooms and claw foot
bathtubs. Homes from the early to mid 1900's had floors tiled with
hexagons small and large. Available in various sizes, shapes and colors,
you can mix and match the hexagon floor tile to create borders and
patterns on your floors, walls and back-splashes.
And just because you live in a condo or apartment doesn't mean you
should miss out on the luxuries of a larger home - add value to your
smaller space with wood look hexagon tiles, or marble white hexagon tile.
Using hexagon mosaic floor tile is a great way to upgrade your home
without spending too much money. Add life to an old bathroom and
complement existing traditional porcelain sinks and bathtubs.
Be a little adventurous and add a honeycomb texture to white-washed
walls - a little industrial with a wink to the traditional hexagon
mosaic. Not sure you want to be another kitchen with white subway tile
for backsplash? Perhaps this is more your style.
Give your guests a great first impression by adding tile to your
entry way using any of the hexagon mosaic as floor tile - Turtle Bay
always makes a great welcome "mat" with its black and white pattern.
Hexagon mosaic floor tile isn't all flat in finish therefore adding a
beautiful warmth to a room. Get creative and use it outside around a
pool or as a sturdy floor to a nook in the garden. Wrap your fireplace
in the oblong white hexagon tile for an unconventional look that won't
feel out of place.
Not ready to make the commitment? Hexagon mosaic is great as accents
or pops of texture and color when used with our other marble and natural