Floor tiling can make a big difference to the appearance of any space in your home. It is also extremely practical, being hard-wearing, durable and naturally waterproof. So what type of floor tiling should you opt for? Well, recently, hexagonal tiling has become incredibly popular, and there are a number of different options for hexagonal floor tiling, that can be very effective for both contemporary and traditional properties.¬†Well, here at Tiles 2 Go, we are Preston’s leading tiling experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about hexagonal floor tiling.

What are the different options for hexagonal floor tiling?

There are a number of different ways to use hexagonal floor tiling effectively, in different spaces around the home. From the bathroom, to the hallway, conservatory, kitchen or living room, hexagonal floor tiles can be a great addition. Different options include:

  • Natural effect hexagonal tiles- stone effect hexagonal tiles, as well as timber effect hexagonal tiles can be very effective for floor tiling, in any space, contemporary or traditional. With natural, neutral tones, the colours suit any colour scheme. And the natural effect style brings a natural touch to your decor.
  • Large format hexagonal floor tiles- for large spaces like living rooms and open plan kitchens, large format hexagonal tiles can be an impressive option. These are larger than standard tiles, and so there are fewer grout lines, making your floor-space seem larger than it is. This can be a great option for more contemporary spaces.
  • Patterned hexagonal tiles- for more traditional properties, patterned hexagonal floor tiles can be a stunning option. These are very effective in period bathrooms or country style kitchens, for a unique twist on a traditional tile style?

If you’re ready to begin your new tiling project, why not get in touch with the team today, here at Tiles 2 Go?