TILE TREND: Hexagonal Tiles


The hexagonal tile generated its inspiration from Roman and Moorish patterns and designs. Today, this stunning geometric trend takes on a modern interpretation of the age-old style by incorporating contemporary colours, textures and patterns.


This exiting new trend allows us to move away from the traditional square tile format, creating a modern and eye-catching look.


From ceramic to natural stone to highly textured reliefs and 3-D profiles the hexagon trend shows no sign of waning.


The team at Kate Walker Design are in love with this pattern, and have incorporated many tile options in hexagonal, including ceramic, porcelain, patterned, textured, and our Director Kate Walker‘s favourite, the Carrara Marble hexagonal floor mosaic.

If you would like to discuss your own project with us please call

Kate Walker at KWD on 0422 425 523.


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KWD has grown from a team of two in 2013 to a dynamic group of ten professionals who all contribute to the successful consultancy we have created. Growing up in a family with a mother as an Interior Designer and a father as a successful Ceramic Tile Merchant, it's no wonder I entered the world of design. At Kate Walker Design (KWD), our primary focus is to specify, source and supply stone, tiles and all other hard finishes into projects across Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula, but also interstate and internationally. We embrace a consultative approach and develop lasting relationships with each and every client. It’s what the KWD team knows and loves. “Design is not a thing we do. It’s our way of life.” Kate Walker

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