Because pedestal tubs appear to float in their surroundings, they can be a wise choice for compact bathrooms. Not only do they take up less visual space, but their smaller footprint also exposes more flooring, which is preferable when showing off intricate hexagonal floor tiles like these.
In the refurbished master bathroom, designers used painted wood paneling as a backsplash, then paired it with quartz countertops and warm wood cabinetry. Hexagonal floor tiles are a subtle layer of pattern.
White hexagonal tile covers the walls in this transitional guest bath. A dark countertop and dark shelves in the bathing area add contrast to the space, while patterned tile adds interest on the floor. Meanwhile, a window bathes the space in natural light.
This beautiful bathroom features gray and white marble that continues from the floor to the backsplash and shower. This marble meets a wall of taupe hexagonal tile for an attractive design transition. A gray double vanity completes the stylish look.
This white-tiled shower stall with glass doors gets a modern boost from the hexagonal pattern that Pure Design Interiors used for its walls. The glossy white tiles help to reflect light into the room and complement the rest of the space.
Small marble tiles draw attention to the curved bathroom wall that's tucked against this penthouse's mansard roof. Larger slabs of marble on the side walls and countertops offer a subtle contrast to the accent wall while wrapping the space in elegance.
The variances in the travertine wall tiles and hand-crafted mosaics add character and interest to this southwest-style bathroom. A gold-framed mirror and enchanting sconce lights add a touch of elegance to the space.