Say goodbye to the days of an all white kitchen trend and hello to a bold, dynamic and colorful design. This kitchen design by Alexis Pawling Interiors is everything we love in a kitchen - a colorful island, bright cabinetry, and of course a handmade emerald green tile backsplash. Continue reading to see how these emerald green Hexagon beauties transformed this kitchen into an eye-catching space...
While in the past it was hip to be square, now it’s hip to be hex! Hexagons are making a big come up in the design world and for good reason. These 6-sided shapes are are sleek, sophisticated and trendy. Available in large and small formats, we suggest these geometric beauties as an alternative to a classic Subway Tile.
For more ways to use Hexagon tile, visit our blog “9 Projects to Inspire: Hexagon Floor Tile”
Although we adore Large Hexagons in any color, we’ve been seeing these 6-sided beauties flawlessly executed time after time in green tile jewel tones. For this interior trend, think luscious emeralds, deep teals and sapphire blues. We suggest going with a glossy finish - the shinier, the better. It will make these jewel colors dazzle like they were meant to. Some of our favorite jewel toned glazes are 47 Vermont Pine, 1036W Bluegrass and 958 Rainforest.
For more jewel tone inspiration, visit our blog “Bohemian Chic Decor Ideas for Your Home”
Alexis Pawling Interiors created an unconventional yet beautiful look using our Large Hexagons in 47 Vermont Pine. Her clients didn’t want a white kitchen, instead hey wanted a transitional kitchen that represented their young family of four. The navy blue island, white cabinetry and illuminating emerald green tile backsplash make this kitchen a sure show stopper.
For more backsplash inspiration, visit our blog “11 Kitchen Backsplashes to Wow Your Guests”
Although we love a completely gutted and renovated project, we understand that sometimes it may not be an option. A project that will save you time and money is to doll up your bar are. A bar is the perfect place for a dramatic backsplash that doesn’t necessarily have to match the rest of the kitchen.
For more small tiled spaces, visit our blog “6 Projects to Show a Little Tile Goes a Long Way”. And check out this link for more bar backsplash ideas.
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