Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 07:02:18 AM. . By Jocelyn Kahn.
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.
Aim For Tiles With Shared Dimensions. Even if you’re not a perfectionist, little things like grout lines that don’t match up can drive you crazy, and might actually make it more difficult for someone to install your tile. If you’re selecting a few different tile sizes, try and make sure that they’re multiples of each other—perhaps a 12 inch-by-12 inch floor tile, with a four inch-by-four inch wall tile and a one inch-by-one inch border tile. That way, all of the tiles will line up neatly, and you can rest peacefully knowing that everything is aligned.
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