19 Ideas For Using Hexagons In Interior Design And Architecture
Hexagons are everywhere these days, but since there are so many fun ways to incorporate them into interior design and architecture, we don’t even mind!
Here are 19 great ways hexagons have been used to add stylish design elements to all kinds of spaces.
1. A 17 foot tall screen made from birchwood hexagons woven with colorful twine greets you as you enter the FloatHouse in Vancouver.
Designed by the office of mcfarlane biggar architects + designers (omb). Photography by Ema Peter Photography.
2. This New York apartment creatively transitions from hexagon tiles in the kitchen to hardwood in the dining room.
Designed by Matiz Architecture & Design (MAD). Photography by Hidenao Abe.
3. The bathroom in this house features floor to ceiling white hexagonal tiles on the walls.
Designed by Techne Architecture and Doherty Design Studio. Photography by Derek Swalwell.
4. The exterior of the Estar Moveis shop in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is made up of walls of hexagons to create a honeycomb inspired look.
Designed by SuperLimao Studio. Photography by Maira Acayaba.
5. The floor in this Barcelona apartment has hexagonal tiles that compliment the blue found throughout the interior.
Designed by nookarchitects. Photography by nieve | Productora Audiovisual.
6. Similar to the New York apartment above, this London cafe transitions between wood and hexagons.
Designed by interior designer Ana Foster-Adams.
7. Mirrored glass hexagons make up the backsplash of the kitchen area in this LA production studio.
Designed by LIFE.STYLE
8. The walls of this private room at a restaurant in Vietnam, are made up of dark grey hexagons.
Designed by 07BEACH. Photography by Hiroyuki Oki (Decon Photo Studio).
9. Studio 11 used a mix of hexagon and wood tiles for their flooring when they designed their own office.
Designed by Studio 11 Design.
10. The 9 3/4 Bookstore + Cafe has hexagon shaped hideaway spaces for extra cozy reading.