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.
This contemporary single-vanity bathroom features a black mosaic tile wall, a stone tile floor, and a glass walk-in shower with white hexagonal tile wall. The space also includes a white contemporary vanity.
Tan hexagonal tile mixed with red, brown and orange glass mosaic tile creates a unique look for this modern bathroom. A glass door encloses the shower with neutral marble floor and large mounted shower head.
The Riley family bathroom gets a massive overhaul during renovation, as seen on HGTV's Rehab Addict. The new bathroom comes with duel vanity sinks, new cabinetry, new toilet and black and white hexagonal tile flooring.
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.
Clean and bright, this well-appointed bathroom looks straight out of a high-end spa. Touches such as the hexagonal tile floor and marble countertops add to the richness, as does the large soaking tub. The unexpected chandelier brings an additional feeling of elegance.
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.
Designer Claire Paquin lent an industrial feel to this guest bathroom by installing a small vanity unit with exposed plumbing underneath the sink. The black and white hexagonal tile flooring, marble tile backsplash and chrome fixtures help build a modern look with a splash of a 1950s design.
An arched brick ceiling with exposed wood beams provides architectural interest in this spacious Tuscan Italian kitchen. Sage green cabinetry and terra cotta hexagonal tiles complete the old world style. A round dining table and two chairs provide extra seating next to the massive wood-topped kitchen island.
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.
Gray and white hexagonal tiles fit together to create a full-wall backsplash in this retro inspired kitchen design. Floating shelves show off personal decor items as well as easily accessible dishes for everyday use. Dark yellow-brown bar chairs compliment the woodgrain finish of the lower cabinets and help ground the bright atmosphere.
Exposed wood cross beams on the ceiling, a hexagonal tile floor and whimsical iron furniture stir an Old World charm in this neutral guesthouse space. Blue cabinets in the kitchenette and blue toile bedding and chair create add color to the room while an iron chandelier provides a touch of elegance to the cottage space.