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Pink Pattern Geometric Hexagon Tiles

  • £102.99
  • £111.99


Brand new to our ever growing collection of hexagon tiles are these captivating Pink Pattern Geometric Hexagon Tiles! Boasting the modern geometric hexagonal shape crossed with a premium mixed colour design and solid porcelain structure make these tiles one of our most prominent tiles!

The tiles are made from a premium and durable porcelain that can be used on walls and floors both inside and outside with impressive frost-proof qualities and anti-slip properties! Let's not forget the beauty of these tiles, these tiles will be sure to get you on trend with your interiors thanks to their modern geometric design.

Wether you are Looking to give your home or garden some serious focal style or, creating a feature within any room in or outside the house then these tiles certainly deserve a second look!

These hexagon tiles can also be used with the use of underfloor heating systems.

The Pink Pattern Geometric Hexagon Tiles are machine made to a high specification with the design printed on to the tile using HD print technology to ensure a seamless finish. All of our tiles are priced per m2 and  include VAT, to check your delivery charge simply add to cart and proceed to checkout. Orders over 10m2 are Free.


Order a cut sample to see it up close!

Recommendations for these tiles

  • Rapid Set Flexible Grey adhesive 1 x 20kg bag per 4m2
  • 1-4mm Grout Line
  • We Recommend using a White grout with these tiles



Name Pink Pattern Geometric Hexagon Tiles
Made From Porcelain
Size 27cm Long x 23cm Wide
Colour Pink/White

Requires Sealing

Tiles Per M2 21
Rectified Edge N/A
Finish Matt
Suitable For Interior Use Yes
Suitable For Exterior Use Yes
Anti-Slip Rating R9
Suitable For Underfloor Heating Yes
Suitable For Floors Yes
Suitable For Walls Yes
Special Made To Order Item Yes
Weight Per m2 19kg
Delivery Speed (not including samples) 2-3 Days



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