Subway tiles are on their way out in favour of the more stand-out geometric design, paving the way for 2015’s latest trends. As always, Waxman Ceramics is on top of this and has a wide selection of new hexagon shaped tiles that can really add a modern and trend-setting design that paves the way for others to follow, no matter where implemented. http://www.waxmanceramics.co.uk/blog/news/shape-up-with-hexagon-tiles/
Hexagons: You know that saying ‘If it isn’t broke don’t fix it’? Well it’s wrong. Although we love all the traditionally shaped tiles that adorn our stocks, but mixing it up with a different mix of shapes will add a totally new outlook on the way kitchens, bathroom and interiors look. Our new hexagon ranges, are ideal to mix it up a little.http://www.waxmanceramics.co.uk/blog/news/the-top-tile-trends-for-2015/
Unglazed hexagon: As part of our popular Unglazed Victorian range, comes Unglazed Hexagon. A 10 x 10cm porcelain tile that is fully vitrified, meaning the colour is throughout the tile. It looks fabulous for hallway and foyer applications and because it is unglazed it provides a matt finish that is durable and long lasting. http://www.waxmanceramics.co.uk/blog/news/shape-up-with-hexagon-tiles/
A timeless combination of black and white in a strong and eye catching pattern will always make for a spectacular feature. Whether used as a backsplash or adorning an entryway floor, geometric tiles are the ideal talking point. Bringing this trend into 2016, materials and shapes will be experimented with to create a fresh approach. Watch out for hexagon tile patterns and even geo printed
The ideal feature for a foyer floor or even a unique back splash concept, Traffic is ultra modern, ultra stylish and ultra durable thanks to the resilient porcelain material it is made from. Once implemented these hexagon tiles look impressive and can be used independently or alongside their solid colour counterparts.
Shapes: The Shapes range has been a part of the Waxman Ceramics mosaic family for quite some time and has proved ever popular for a multitude of purposes. Available in a 23 x 26mm mosaic, in a mixture of black and white and white all over, as well as a black and white octagon/square combo, the possibilities are endless for anyone who is going for a monochrome design. http://www.waxmanceramics.co.uk/blog/news/shape-up-with-hexagon-tiles/