Instead of traditional subway tile, TerraCotta Design Build chose an unexpected, slightly geometric backsplash for the kitchen. With its hexagonal shape, this tile adds serious visual interest to the sink.
The interiors reflect a strong connection to history and place, drawing upon the past for inspiration. Custom, Pennville cabinets complement the simple, painted wainscot paneling and hexagonal mosaic floor tile. All of the vanities in the home were designed as free standing furniture.
This bathroom's metallic teal-and-gold hexagonal wallpaper provides a bold accent to the neutral design choices showcased in the shower, including the taupe ceramic tile. A soft ottoman-like stool adds a natural touch and serves as a place to stash a towel while showering.
Water is overflowing out of this hexagonal hot tub creating a beautiful reflective finish over the iridescent blue, turquoise and brown tiles. Three levels create a descending shape and built in bench seating within the tub. The concrete patio frames one side of the hot tub while the other opens into the swimming pool.