Black hexagonal tile with contrast grout makes a bold and sleek statement in this contemporary bathroom. The floating vanity is clean-lined and simple, while the window beside it bathes the space in natural light. A frameless glass enclosure screens the shower, which also features a black tile floor, creating a continuous line that adds visual dimension to the space.
To create a polished look in this remodeled kitchen, designers added a stainless steel refrigerator, dishwasher and sink. A stainless steel range hood is suspended just above the center of the kitchen island, its geometric design complementing that of the hexagonal tiles. On the back wall above the sink, open shelving creates functional, convenient storage for easy access to dishes.
Decorative items give this kitchen display a personal touch among the dishes stored for easy access. Gold trinkets shine against the white and gray tile backdrop. A vintage radio perfectly compliments the midcentury modern vibe of the design.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson extended this once cramped bathroom by three feet and installed a luxurious glass shower and volcanic limestone bathtub. The spacious top-of-the-line shower includes a rain shower head, four body jets and a honed marble floor. Sarah also added a blue, hexagonal tile backsplash to match the white and dark blue marble bathroom floors and keep with the room's coastal theme.
This double vanity bathroom takes a contemporary approach to farmhouse style and features two white vintage-style console sinks, a deep freestanding tub, siding-style walls and a hexagonal stone tile floor.
Mint-colored subway wall tiles create a serene setting in this cozy bathroom. The frameless glass shower door adds a modern touch while the white, porcelain, hexagonal floor tile adds light texture and contrasting shape.
Oversized subway tile is a mod counterpart to the traditional hexagonal floor tile in this New York bathroom. A gray and white palette is clean and sleek, as is the frameless glass that encloses the shower.
The reclaimed wood accent wall warms up this white and black bathroom. A frameless glass shower visually expands the narrow space. Black hexagonal floor tiles mirror the matte black ceiling, adding depth and drama to the space.
This lively bathroom features black hexagonal wall tiles paired with blue and white geometric print floor tiles, creating an eclectic look. A mirrored shower gives the space more depth, while a painting of a man adds a finishing touch.
A large bathroom in shades of white and gray is anything but basic. Unique takes on classic bathroom elements — such as the spindle-legged vanity and hexagonal marble tile floors — create an extraordinary space. Adding a large soaking tub completes the spa-like experience.
A porthole-style window and nautical-inspired fixtures give this fun, whimsical guest bath the feeling of a ship's compartment. Carrara marble tiles on the walls and hexagonal marble tile on the floor add an element of luxury, resulting in a distinct space guests are sure to remember.
Tones of white and gray create a soothing master bathroom straight out of a spa. The space feels both traditional and contemporary, borrowing elements from each style of design — such as the more traditional wainscoting and the more contemporary soaking tub. Hexagonal marble tiles are a unique take on a common bathroom floor material.
Use mosaic tiles for a stylish accent. Karina Souki Bryant of K_Souki Design Studio chose hexagonal mosiac tiles to create a chic, romantic accent wall behind her powder room sink. The small, white hexagons, finished with a dark grout and extending to the ceiling, add a punch of style and create a sense of depth in the small space. Her Atlanta home was designed and built by Imery Group.