The hexagon is forecast to be a favoured style trend in 2015 for both floor and wall tiles. The six-sided tiles are already appearing in ornamental patterns, such as individual floor tiles and mosaics.
In recognition of this trend, Craven Dunnill has added two new collections featuring the hexagon: Etruscan and Astoria Stone into its large Renaissance Range.
This new wall and floor tile range presents a multi-stone design, which is a striking interpretation of the fashionable natural stone.
Astoria Stone is made of porcelain and comes in 3 colour choices: Country, Bone and Taupe.
The design is a Hexagon glazed floor and wall mosaic sheet measuring 245mm x 247mm.
Traditionally shaped field tiles, which compliment the hexagon design are also available.
The Astoria Stone Hexagon tiles featured here are priced around Â£20.70mÂ².
The Etruscan floor and wall tile demonstrates the comeback of terracotta as a fashionable interior design form.
These new tiles mirror the appearance of original terracotta, due to new technology, but are made in durable glazed porcelain, instead of the porous and softer traditional terracotta tiles.
The move to large terracotta tiles is another new development, including hexagon shaped 600mm x 600mm glazed floor tiles.
Pictured here, Â (bottom) is the Etruscan Hexagon floor tile in Fuoco, 125mm x 145mm priced around Â£91.10mÂ².
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