Classic options such as the penny round or square mosaic tiles remain popular even today for obvious reasons - their timeless appeal and ability to blend into countless interior styles. While traditional is undeniably good, it never hurts to be a little dierent. Hexa puts an elongated twist to the traditional hexagonal shape for a more slender outlook, which does wonders to make a room appear larger.
Hexa puts an elongated twist to the traditional hexagonal shape for a more slender outlook. With its unique shape, even when laid in the same honeycomb configuration, the end result is completely different.
Mosaic tiles usually mean a lot of grout, but if they are dark like this pattern, dirt and mould would not be that obvious, especially with a matching dark grout.
Clean yet modern minimalist at the same time, grey is a good alternative if monochrome is not your cup of tea. If you are worried about grey looking too dull, this grey hexa pattern is far from boring as the textured surface makes things a little more interesting.
Classic and modern at the same time, black and white are popular choices for good reason. The combination of white interlaid with black elongated hexagons result in an extreme contrast that can make even a simple room feel really chic.
One of the easiest ways to make a space appear larger is simply to utilize light colours. An all-white space might be quite boring but the addition of some black marble pieces makes a great contrast to a minimal white background of this white hexa option.
There is something about black that is mysterious and mesmerizing at the same time but there is also the fear that it makes a space look smaller. Some pieces of white marble scattered amongst the black such as it is with black hexa will provide a break for the monotony.
Some might find silvery shades to be intimidating as they can be quite hard to match to the rest of the interior but a cool silver will add some dynamism to a contemporary space. With a mix of hues, you can instantly add dimensionality to your wall or floor.
Bring some flair into your room with mosaic tiles such as this copper hexa option. Although the colour mix is a tad bit neutral, but a feature wall in the room will never get boring.
Modern designs are usually clean and minimalist, with generous use of blacks and whites. Now, an all white space means a lot of cleaning but you can go for an all black idea with glass mosaics. Metallico black hexa will give your space and upgrade with its understated elegance.
Brighten up a dark bathroom that receives little or no natural light with some light-coloured tiles that reflect light. Iridescent glass tiles such as this white hexa option is a good choice for this. The silver bits in between helps break up the space a bit.
Applying tiles all over the space is the most practical thing to do and you can do so without making the space look gaudy. These sparkly mosaics look ethereal and almost magical, especially more when the light washes over it.
When installed horizontally, this elongated hexagon pattern will draw the eye out to the corners of the room, thus visually widening the space. As a bonus, earthy tones in the palette work wonderfully to help warm up the space.