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Encaustic Cube Hexagon Tiles

  • £100.99
  • £159.99


Make your home become the topic of conversation with these Encaustic Cube Hexagon Tiles. A true example of the innovation and direction that the tile market is moving in to. Hexagon tiles are becoming the latest trend in design coupled with geometric designs and you have the best tile on the market! This tile is sure to add instant drama to any room.

We think to get the most out of this, cover entire walls and floors in the striking cube pattern. the alternative if you’d like to tone things down a touch, combine with any of the three plain shades for a more subtle flavour. We’d recommend using a contrasting grout colour to highlight the geometric shape..

These Encaustic Cube Hexagon Tiles also boast a matt finish which gives them great anti-slip properties and also means that they can be used externally as well.

Don't be afraid to experiment with these tiles, as stunning as they may look in a bathroom on the floor or walls they look incredible when used as a feature for a fireplace hearth, feature wall or, even as a kitchen splash back.

There are 24 hexagon tiles to a m2 and our price is per m2. The tile has a printed finish that looks amazing and modern on their own or can be used with the other (same size) hexagon tiles to create a mix colour effect.

Our recommendations for the Encaustic Cube 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 Silver Grout. 5Kg will cover approximately 8m2


Colour - Mixed

Name - Encaustic Cube Hexagon Tiles

Length - 22cm

Width - 25cm

Finish - Matt

Material - Porcelain

Requires Sealing - No

Tiles Per M2 - 24

Suitable For - Walls & Floors

Anti-Slip - Yes

Suitable For Underfloor Heating - Yes

**Price is per m2

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