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Antique White Mini Matt Hexagon Tiles

  • £157.99
  • £199.99


We know a lot of people are using our hexagon tiles to create a modern interior finish however, we now bring this range, the Antique White Mini Matt Hexagon Tiles. These tiles offer a much more period/victorian finish to the home. Perfect for those looking to add character or bring back the vintage floor that once laid at the front door.

The Antique White Mini Matt Hexagon Tiles have a subtle unglazed finish. Hexagon tiles are extremely trendy - so piece together a display in your home, and turn your floor into a piece of art. Made from clay, they have an attractive rustic appeal.

These Antique White Mini Matt Hexagon Tiles are made from hard-wearing clay so can be used for all floor, wall and external coverings and with the use of underfloor heating.

Don't be afraid to experiment with these Antique White Mini Matt Hexagon Tiles, as stunning as they may look in a bathroom on the walls they look incredible when used as a feature for a fireplace, feature wall or, even as a hexagon splash back tile or, entrance tile.

There are 116 Antique White Mini Matt Hexagon Tiles to a m2 and our price is per m2. The tile has an unglazed finish that looks amazing and vintage on their own or can be used with the other (same size) hexagon tiles to create a mix colour effect.

Our recommendations for the Antique White Mini Matt Hexagon Tiles

Adhesive - Rapid Set Flexible White Adhesive with a coverage of 1 bag per 4m2 add this to basket by clicking here

Grout - Grout We recommend our White Grout. 5Kg will cover approximately 8m2


Colour - White

Name - Antique White Mini Matt Hexagon Tiles

Length - 11.5cm

Width - 10cm

Finish - Matt

Material - Clay

Requires Sealing - No

Tiles Per M2 - 116

Suitable For - Walls & Floors

Anti-Slip - Yes

Suitable For Underfloor Heating - Yes

**Price is per m2

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