Edgy Interiors

Edgy Interiors

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2015 has taken an edgy turn. In fact, the more edges in your interiors, the better. Geometric patterns have undergone a makeover in the form of the hexagon, which can be used to bring interest and texture to both walls and floors. "Hexagons are shaping interior design" DLP interiors blog.

British Ceramic Tile has embraced this trend launching Function and Form Hex, a ceramic tile featuring an intricate honeycomb pattern that adds an unexpected edge to the home. We’ve recently seen a shift in interior design with decorative shapes now becoming much more structured and edgy. Hexagon shapes are very much at the forefront of this trend. With our new Hex tile, we’ve combined a large format tile with a repeating hexagon shape in a honeycomb effect for a more contemporary look.

The white Hex tile is well suited to creating an understated look, adding layers of texture to walls.

Hex-White-Matt-RT Function & Form Hex White Matt

Opting for a gloss finish enhances the hexagon shape, drawing your attention to the texture and detail of the tile, while bouncing light around the room.

Hex-Monochrome-stripe-RT Function & Form Hex

For those wanting a more dramatic look, the black Hex tile is perfect for grown up sophistication. Choose the matt finish for a subdued, textured effect that can be brought to life with vibrant accessories.

Team black tiles with warm wood and metallic accessories for grown up glamour. Add a further dimension with vibrant pops of colour. Green and red work well.

Hex-Black-Matt-RT Function & Form Hex Black Matt

Check out the rest of the Function and Form range to add dimension to your interiors.

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