Published at Friday, 14 September 2018. bathroom. By Caprice Sydney.
There are a few trends that change with passing seasons and years and some that start to define an entire decade or two. When it comes to using hexagonal tiles in the bathroom, we could well be looking at the latter with these geometric tiles finding space in both kitchens and bathrooms across the globe. Be it in bright, brilliant hues or in neutral colors, the hexagonal tile is instantly noticeable in any space it adorns. In the bathroom shower area, these tiles appear even more gorgeous with the rest of the bathroom remaining as neutral as possible.
Choosing tiles for the small bathroom is a touch tricky because you do not want to visually fragment an already compact space. Once again, it is the white subway tiles that emerge as the leader of the pack here, but for those looking for something different, the 6-sided tiles are the trendiest option. Hexagonal floor and wall tiles are currently a hit and from the large ones in gray to tiny penny sized copper wonders; you have a delightful array of options to pick from.
There is a reason why the classics are the classics and if you love a bit of timeless traditional charm in the bathroom, then now is the time to shed the modern cloak and give the space an upgrade. Giving the bathroom a more classic appeal comes with bathroom fixtures with warm, metallic glint, a touch of gold here and there and plenty of textural contrast as well. You can still choose a predominant style – be it eclectic, rustic, art décor or shabby with a touch of elegance! A vintage bathtub, weathered wooden vanity and a lovely chandelier should complete this refined space.
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