This bathroom's light blue walls and traditional touches keep this no-fuss space functional. The hexagon tile floor, pedestal sinks and dark-stained medicine cabinets create a classic design style throughout the space.
This white marble floating vanity features attached drawers for easy, concealed storage. Wicker baskets provide extra storage and add a touch of color and texture to the smooth design. Black hexagon floor tiles add a sharp color contrast to the white surroundings.
This traditional kitchen features dark wood cabinets with built-in stainless-steel double ovens and microwave. Earth-toned granite countertops match the honeycomb pattern tile floor. Under cabinet stemware storage and the plate rack above provide beautiful and convenient dish storage.
This stylish bathroom features white subway wall tiles paired with a charcoal ceiling and gray traditional vanity. Black and white hexagon floor tiles add interesting texture, while chrome sconces on either side of the mirror provide a finishing touch.
A patchwork of hexagon tiles in neutral shades is a beautiful floor finish to compliment the neutral marble countertop shade and taupe bar chairs. The large island provides space for eating as well as cooking and washing in the built in sink. Large pendant lights join the recessed lighting to give extra illumination over the island.
Hexagon tile flooring grounds this sunny yellow living space, where an arched nook houses floating glass shelves and a mini bar area for entertaining. A sleek metal table pairs with woven chairs for an eclectic dining area, while the cozy seating area next to the fireplace boasts comfortable mustard yellow chairs.
This contemporary shower stall, designed by Claire Paquin, displays a pure and clean aesthetic with its gray and white marble walls and clear glass door. Especially fetching is the black hexagon tile flooring that was set both inside and outside the shower stall, providing a strong focal point for the rest of the design. The chrome showerhead coordinates with the double towel rack located adjacent to the shower door.
The master bath was dark, had no storage and just didn’t function well for this growing family.
A floating white vanity was selected versus a traditional sink cabinet to give the illusion of more space. The new vanity with drawers already provided so much more storage than the old pedestal sink, but designer Susie Herr and her team gave them even more storage with an extra wide inset medicine cabinet.