The hexagon tile takes inspiration from Roman and Moorish patterns and designs. Today’s modern interpretation on this age-old style takes in regard the old and makes it new by embracing modern colours and effective decorative patterns.
Latina celebrates intricate pattern and detail all on a hexagon shape. See more Latina HERE
Excitement has grown around this 6 sided geometric pattern that moves away from the traditional square tile format. From ceramic to natural stone to highly textured reliefs and 3-D profiles the hexagon trend shows no sign of waning.
See hexagon marble tiles HERE
Carrara Hexagon mosaics Image Horrigon O’Malley Architects
See various hexagon sizes and mosaics in the Atila collection HERE
Reece bathroom using Entika hexagon mosaics. See the complete collection HERE
Hexagon Frozen Garden by Bisazza. See the complete collection HERE
Adding mixed embossed patterns, designs and textures inspired by woven textiles to the hexagon shape. See Kesara hexagons HERE
Hexagon tiles that jump off the walls in an effective 3D profile. See Studio HERE
Further confirmation showing that this trend is here to stay for the long haul was verified at the recent Cersaie Tile Fare in Italy. (Cersaie is an annual Tile Fare that dictates and influences forecasts in tile trends from around the world).
Bisazza, (amongst other prolific companies) known for their trailblazing designs, released a cement tile collection collaborating with some of the top interior designers of the world including Jaime Hayon, Paola Navone and Carlo Dal Bianco. The new collection includes exquisite patterns and colours with many designs on the humble hexagon format.
Bisazza’s stunning range of cement tiles are due to be released in 2015
Innovative designs have emerged using hexagon tiles and wood. Images via Pinterest
Black marble in an elongated hexagon format. See more colours HERE
Half hexagons make a striking geometric pattern. See more Latina HERE
Discover even more hexagon tile ideas on our ‘Hexagon’ Pinterest board HERE