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Hexagonal floor tiles are on trend at the moment and we at Material Plans believe this trend is worth following because it will age well. If you are looking for something different and interesting from the usual square floor tiles for your home then you might want to consider a hexagonal floor tile. When starting to think about the new design for space most of us turn quite quickly to the colours and materials we are familiar with. With tiles, it’s often playing safe and choosing white for the walls and dark and muted for the floor. By opting for hexagonal tiles it could offer the surfaces more interest and rhythm still being timelessly stylish.

Large Hexagonal tiles – Playing with Style

Are you a big fan of large floor tiles? Hexagonal tiles come in limitless colours, finishes and sizes and the largest size we supply is 80x80cm. They would work beautifully for example in any open plan space or a patio creating that wow factor without being loud. We particularly love grey hexagonal tiles.

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If you are after elegance you could choose smaller hexagons for an entrance walkway or the hallway floor to resemble the glamour of the old days. Some examples of the materials available are porcelain, stone and marble effect. Paired with modern fixtures this look will live through the changes in taste. You can also give a bit more edge to this look by using darker or lighter colour grout.

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Graphite stone look 30x30cm floor tile could be matched with a matt textured creamy white and a glossy black hexagonal wall tiles.

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Mid-size hexagons offer calm and tranquillity to your space if the small ones don’t quite fit into your plans. With earthy tones and a natural textured surface finish, they bring a welcoming and homely atmosphere.

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Style with Colour

Coloured tiles can bring a needed cheer to gloomy interiors and with coloured hexagons, the result can be even more exciting and fun. To bring an eclectic touch to your kitchen you can opt for hand painted or encaustic tiles. When paired with white or black interior these tiles will take the centre stage delivering soul and character.

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In the recent years, it has become highly popular to choose a wood effect tile to be used as flooring for its durability. To enliven the area you can go for matching parquet hexagons.

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If you are interested in any of the tiles mentioned in the post please contact us.