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Georgia Madden added this to 30 Stunning Tile Treatments15 October 2020
12. Location: Gothenburg, SwedenWhy we love it: Here’s another, albeit bolder, iteration of this approach, where marble-style hexagonal tiles pull the eyes towards the splashback of an otherwise restrained kitchen.
Toronto Interior Design Group added this to 13 Tile Ideas You Will Love15 October 2018
7. Go for rough edgesHexagons are a popular tile shape, but the diagonal edges mean they are often a bit trickier to install than a plain rectangle, with lots of pieces needing to be cut to make the sides end crisply in a straight line or at a corner. Or you can consider skipping all of those issues and let your tiles end where they may, creating a free-flowing design that refuses to conform to typical in-the-box thinking.
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Deb Hudson added this to Backsplash14 April 2020
I like the backsplash angles down doesn’t go all the way up to the cupboards