Hexagonal Tiles – Versatile & Practical for Any Home

When shopping for tiles, it can be difficult to make a decision on exactly what style you are looking for. With most tiles coming in the same shapes and sizes, it can be a challenge trying to differentiate each style, so it’s essential to begin searching for a tile that really does break the mould. This desire from homeowners all around the UK has led to a surge in the popularity of hexagonal tiles in recent years, with their unique shape drawing in a huge number of homeowners.

Here, we take a look at one of our most popular ranges of hexagonal tiles, whilst also highlighting some of the main uses of these tiles for homeowners.

Image: BrickLane Tiles

A Versatile Option

Hexagonal tiles have long been hailed as one of the most versatile tiling options currently available, thanks to their unique shape and size. Some areas are notoriously difficult to tile with the usual rectangular tiles we have become accustomed to, and that’s just one of the reasons that hexagonal tiles have soared in popularity in recent years.

Their versatility extends well beyond just being fit for more unique projects though, listed below are just a few of the most common uses of hexagonal tiles in the home:

Kitchen Splashback

Hexagonal tiles are most commonly used as a modern and stylish kitchen splashback, thanks to their striking aesthetics and robust make-up. They are an ideal solution for splashbacks as they are easy to clean and when you pair up the right colours, food stains are barely visible.

Kitchen Floor

Whilst hexagonal tiles boast stunning aesthetics, it’s worth noting they are perfectly capable of withstanding high volumes of foot traffic on a day to day basis, so they’re ideal for kitchen floors. Not only are they fantastic to look at, but they’re also extremely practical as they clean up extremely easily.

Bathroom Walls

You can rest assured that if you choose to install hexagonal tiles on your bathroom walls, that your room will never be dull and drab again. Hexagonal tiles unique shape injects a real sense of character into even the smallest of bathrooms, and depending on the colour you opt for, you can insert a definite sense of vibrancy into the room.

Feature Walls

If you’re tired of the traditional forms of feature walls in your living room that are wall papered, why not opt for an innovative hexagonal tile feature wall? Using hexagonal tiles in your living room is a bold move, but there’s no doubting that they can create a real focal point for your room, whilst bringing vibrancy and life into the home.

Image: Bexley Tiles

Hexagonal Tiles From ROCCIA

Out of all the styles of hexagonal tiles that we stock here at ROCCIA, there is a clear favourite with many of our customers, and this particular range comes from our subway tiles range.

If you are looking for a striking tile for your home, then we would recommend our range of BrickLane subway tiles. The inspiration for this particular range of tiles comes from the extremely famous London Street BrickLane. The collection of porcelain tiles is presented in the classic format of subway wall tiles which traditionally come in an unusual hexagonal size and shape.

BrickLane tiles also come in a range of colours, including red, beige, olive and white, so we really do have a range of tiles that can fit in with any interior design you are trying to achieve. Marrying up retro styles with a clean and modern undertone, BrickLane hexagonal tiles have soared in popularity in recent months, with their unique ability to successfully cover the most complex of projects.

Image: BrickLane Tiles

Hexagonal tiles are certainly a trend that is here to stay, so if you’re looking to find the perfect collection for your home, then look no further than our range here at ROCCIA. If you would like to find out more about any of the hexagonal tiles that we stock here, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today. You can call us directly on 01772 382716 or contact us via our simple online enquiry form.

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