Saturday, 2 February 2013

{Interiors} Hexagonal floor tiles for an Italian apartment

I love these floor tiles! Each room has a different tiled floor of unglazed porcelain hexagonal tiles; the basic theme carries throughout the flat, but with a variation in the pattern for each space when walking over a black threshold. Design is by Architects Grooppo renovated a flat in an 1870s building in Savona, Italy. 

{Interiors} Hexagonal floor tiles for an Italian apartment by Groopo

{Interiors} Hexagonal floor tiles for an Italian apartment by Groopo

{Interiors} Hexagonal floor tiles for an Italian apartment by Groopo

{Interiors} Hexagonal floor tiles for an Italian apartment by Groopo

{Interiors} Hexagonal floor tiles for an Italian apartment by Groopo
VIA GROOPO
Found via Remodelista.

20 comments:

  1. Absolutely love the apartment above. I've been desperately searching for similar hexagonal floor tiles but they are hard to track down. Do you have any ideas?!

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  2. Thanks for your comment. Here's some more info.
    They are called encaustic cement tiles. I love the hexagonal shapes as you can create all sorts of patterns.
    You can find them online in many places. Check out these 3 for the best ranges.

    Mosaic del sur:
    http://www.cement-tiles.com/stock/index.php

    Demosaica:
    http://www.demosaica.co.uk

    cle:
    http://cletile.com/

    Let us know how you go in your design. I'd love to see the photos...
    xoxo

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  3. Thanks for sharing your amazing blog. I finished this right now and thinking that it is the perfect blog I was looking for . Never stop writing, and keep up such an informative blogs. Best wishes for you.
    Hexagonal floor Tile

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  4. Wow this is cool. I totally did this with tile flooring phoenix a while ago. It looks great and lasts a long time.

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  5. wonderful choice.everything looks awesome for installing this beautiful tile.
    Hexagonal floor Tile

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  6. I just finished the blog. Really very helpful. Thanks for sharing such an amazing blog.
    Hexagonal floor Tile

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  7. Thanks for post! Wow niceFloor Tiles Totally Home improvement Solution TFO in australia.

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    1. I love it too! And also the drawing showing all the different patterns...
      Thanks for taking time to comment :)

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  8. These tiles are to die for! It can definitely turn a boring space into something more lively.

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    1. Thanks for your comment! I am looking at doing something similar on a project, so keep an eye out for it...:)

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  9. I just finished the blog. Really very helpful. Thanks for sharing such an amazing blog.
    Hexagonal floor Tile

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    1. Thabks for the lovely comment! I look forward to reading you again soon!

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  10. This was perfectly detailed Hexagonal floor Tile. I wish to have this so soon…

    Love it!

    Alva@Carpet Tile

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  11. Nice article and great knowledge about Hexagonal floor Tile. I love this story and enjoy with your words!

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  12. Quite a daring choice, but it comes out looking so chic!

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      Also check out my Pinterest page. Lots of inspiration...
      http://www.pinterest.com/Chatquipeche/

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