Hexagon-shaped tiles don't need to be small, white, and boring. In each of these homes, an unexpected touch, from vintage tiles to a mix of tile and hardwood, makes the shape look chic. It's great inspiration if you don't want plain tiles, but are overwhelmed by busy patterns.
- Paola Navone designed this gorgeous home, where a mix of woods and gray tiles somehow looks both a bit rustic and incredibly chic. Elle Decor Italia via Vosges Paris.
- Gray-and-white hexagons on the floor pair well with the light blue cabinets and add texture when paired with the subway tiles on the wall. From Canadian House + Home.
- Black hexagons climbing the wall are an artful counterpoint to the wood sink in a house that was built in 1909. From Apartment Therapy.
- When architect Michael Herrman remodeled his Parisian home, which was built in the 1790s, he cleverly reused hexagon tiles from the demolished 7th floor. From Dwell.
- Blue concrete tiles are a pretty, modern option for a modern guest bathroom. From Coastal Living.
(Image credits: Elle Decor Italia; Canadian House + Home; Apartment Therapy; Dwell; Coastal Living)