Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 07:02:54 AM. . By Jocelyn Kahn.
The item shown above is King Wood Nut. The variation of colors of the wood and the way the wood grains are going in different directions gives this a unique twist on wood and tile. But they didn't stop at just a wood tile hexagon, they introduced at the show their Queen Stone line which includes a stone like hexagon porcelain in four colors and 5 sizes. The sizes include a 12x12, 12x24, 24x24, 4x14 and the hexagon. Here below is a picture of the Queen Stone Silver in the 24x24 size. Just imagine this pattern in the hexagon and how beautiful this would be on your back patio...
Marble Hexagon Floor Tile. Given all this talk about hexagon tile, I thought you might like to see it in action in a home. My husband's cousin just remodeled his grandfather's home which was built in 1970. He updated it with a marble Carrarra hexagon floor in the master bathroom. As you can see, this look both creates a vintage look with a classic feel and yet also looks fresh and contemporary. To explore more hexagon tile designs, be sure to explore the hexagon tile room scenes on Houzz. Then come back and let me know which you like most.
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