The classic honeycomb pattern is a timeless favourite for both walls and floors. As it is an all time favourite, this pattern can be applied in a commercial or residential setting. The glass body will give your space an instant upgrade without a hefty price tag.
Named after the bees nest, honeycomb patterns are made up of many hexagons laid side by side. Bees utilize this shape to maximize space but many will find comfort in the balance this pattern provides. Applying Hex in black will add a touch of classic elegance.
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.
White exudes purity and calm while black emanates class and elegance so if you find it difficult to decide between the two, why not opt for something in between; grey. This shade is the perfect balance of elegance and serenity so you get the best of both worlds.
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.
This hex pattern is made up of black hexagon mosaics surrounding a piece of white in the middle. Depending on how you look at it, it can resemble anything from a flower to something abstract.
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.
Through history, nature has always been a good source of inspiration for us. Filled with magnificence and splendour, it can be agreed that nature is also most beautiful. Foglia draws inspiration from the humble leaf for its pattern and the monochrome colours will suit modern interiors.
It is undeniable that the pairing of black and white is a timeless classic; light and dark, good and evil, yin and yang. There is something about the age old combination that just works, as seen in the splendour of this simplified Moroccan lamp pattern.
Whether for the bathroom or kitchen, white has always been a favoured colour as it is often associated with cleanliness. Now, white can come off as sterile but that can be easily overcome by adding some texture such as varying the shapes like this cross design.
For small spaces like the bathroom, we often avoid black as it can make the room appear smaller than it already is. Mosaic tiles like Vetro Black Plus can actually trick the mind into thinking the space is bigger as we will think there are a lot of tiles.
On their own, they might be bland but together, black and white become the perfect couple as they complement each other wonderfully. If you are opting for a monochrome scheme in the bathroom, consider using it as a feature wall paired with white on the remaining walls.