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.
Long hexagonal tiles with contrast grout add interest to this all white bath. Modern penny round tile and a floating vanity provide contemporary touches that complement the home's overall design. Frameless glass around the shower continues the contemporary look and visually expands the space.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.