Here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling professionals. And we help homeowners and property developers make the right tiling choices, day after day. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about using hexagonal shaped tiles on the wall and floor.
What are the considerations for combining hexagonal wall and floor tiles effectively?
Using hexagonal tiles can be a very effective option for any home, from the most traditional to the most contemporary. Combining hexagonal shaped floor tiles with wall tiles can create an unusual, creative and stunning visual result. However, there are a number of different considerations you should take into account to ensure you get the right results. These considerations include:
- Consider the size- when combing hexagonal tiles for walls and floors you should consider the size. Using smaller hexagonal tiles for the walls can be a great option for larger format hexagonal floor tiles. The contrast between the shape can create a striking result.
- Using feature wall hexagonal tiling- hexagonal wall tiles can be the perfect option for creating a feature area in your room, including the bathroom and kitchen. Feature wall tiling can be paired with hexagonal wall tiling, and you can even consider continuing the floor tiling for the feature wall tiling. This has an effective result that is especially good for contemporary spaces.
- Colour options- hexagonal tiles are available in a range of colours, from neutral and natural effect tiles, like timber and stone effect, to black, white, greys and blues, you can choose the perfect colour combinations for your space. Using the same colour for the floor and wall tiles can create a subtle result, but you can also opt for contrasting or complementary colours.
Why not take a look at our range of hexagonal wall and floor tiles today, here at Tiles 2 Go?