What the hex?

House in Italy. Photographer Fabrizio Cicconi

House in Italy. Photographer Fabrizio Cicconi

I don’t know if you’ve noticed but the hexagonal shape is a real trend!! Mostly in tiles, carpets but also in objects and lightings hexagon is here to stay! For me it goes together with the mid-century style that is very hot that period but we find it also in every style as I see. It’s shape is so easy to be put and create a variety of designs that inspires a lot of designers and companies. Here I have only some examples of hexagon inspired spaces but if you search it more you’ll be amazed.

Impressive lighting by From Us With Love

Impressive lighting by From Us With Love

Saboc Barcelona via Pinterest

Saboc Barcelona via Pinterest

Tiles to wood floor transition | Paola Navone

Tiles to wood floor transition | Paola Navone

Lea Ceramiche

Lea Ceramiche – Nest Collection

My first contact with hexagon in design! These are soundproof wall tiles, really eco-friendly! From Us With Love

My first contact with hexagon in design! These are soundproof wall tiles, really eco-friendly! From Us With Love

Hexagonal carpets by Shaw contract group

Hexagonal carpets by Shaw contract group

Bisazza also is inspired form hexagon

Bisazza also is inspired form hexagon

Academy tiles in black&white with textures

Academy tiles in black&white with textures

Elegant Decorative Trellis System Comb-Ination by Flora

Elegant Decorative Trellis System Comb-Ination by Flora

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  1. Pingback: Midcentury style – the austere version | my blue flamingo

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