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.
Gray hexagon tiles are surrounded by white square tiles creating a flower pattern on this kitchen backsplash. The tile coloring compliments the white cabinets and countertop and black stove top. A rose gold utensil cup adds a decorative sheen.
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.
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 provides texture on the walls of this contemporary bathroom, while patterned black-and-white floor tile brings the space visual punch. The rich wood tone of the floating vanity helps ground the room and warm up the palette of cool neutrals.
Playful tile provides loads of visual interest in this otherwise crisp and understated bathroom. Black and white patterned tile creates a focal point on the floor, white hexagonal tiles carry the two-toned color scheme to the shower. Brass accents warm up the space.
Gray and white hexagonal tiles pattern the wall for a large and decorative backsplash effect. Floating shelves stacked next to the window show off personal decorations and everyday dishes to decorate the room without cluttering countertop space. Woodgrain lower cabinets bring the midcentury modern feel and ground the light and airy look.
This small, contemporary bathroom in California got a clean and crisp remodel with bold black-and white tile. The pattern on the floor gives the room punch, while clean white hexagonal tile on the shower walls adds its own visual interest without detracting from the room's focal point.