Hexagon tiles (aka hex tiles) have six sides and endless decorating possibilities. A throwback to the early 1900s, penny tiles and hexagon tiles have come full circle to coordinate with nearly every style, from Victorian to bungalow, midcentury modern to contemporary. Since this hot tile trend looks so good just about anywhere, Royal Design Studio has created Hexagon Tiles Floor Stencils to make it as easy and affordable as possible for everyone. Because dang! Real tiles can be pretty expensive to buy and install. No one wants that! Now that you know there’s an easier and more affordable alternative, you only have one question to ask yourself: How would you use the Hexagon Tiles Floor Stencils? Here are a few “pennies” for your thoughts…
Create the look of classic penny tile with the Hexagon Penny Tile Stencil for painting floors. This tile design stencil is perfect for decorating a bathroom floor or kitchen floor. It also includes extra hexagon shapes to help you add extra detail to your stencil project such as flowers, polka dots, and lettering.
“Hello there! Looks like someone’s caught the stenciling bug. Seriously it’s just so fun what you can accomplish with a little paint!” - @arrowsandbow used our Hexagon Tiles Floor Stencil to paint a warm welcome on her concrete patio step.
The large Hexagon Tile Wall Stencil creates the same penny tile look on a feature wall in any room you want a modern style. Up the creativity by painting specific hexagon shapes or painting in with ombre colors to create a falling honeycomb design.
The beauty of hexagon tiles is their simplicity. @8kmong painted our Hexagon Tiles Wall Stencil in different shades of blue to create an ombre effect on her midcentury modern dining room feature wall.
A Nest for All Seasons also got creative when she stenciled a feature wall with the Honeycomb Wall Stencil. Although you could use this stencil to create an allover custom wallpaper look, she chose to use several colors, including the Copper Kettle Stencil Creme, and fade the pattern away, ombre style, to pinks and golds with a stencil brush. She also added a few "faling" honeycombs closer to the floor to add movement and depth.
Zaval Decor loved the cascading honeycomb look and wanted to replicate it for her son’s nursery decor. She painted the nursery wall with our Honeycomb Pattern Wall Stencil in metallic gold and silver Royal Stencil Cremes. She even added a cute bee wall pattern with The Buzz Allover Bee Stencil. Talk about some buzz-worthy nursery inspiration!
@kriva44 made her bathroom floor look like it was made of large hexagon tiles, even though it’s not! She used the Large Hexagon Bathroom Floor Tile Stencil and paint without having to buy real tiles. What a budget saver!
We love when customers take our stencils and run with a unique idea! Ryan Roark used an ombré/patchwork technique to make our Honeycomb Hexagon Tiles Wall Stencil fall toward his bed while he falls to sleep!
“My favorite projects are ones that I have full creative control with. This guest house was super fun to renovate. I love adding pop + personality to something that seems hopeless and figuring out how to do it for less, like stenciling the existing floors! I am SO happy with the results.” - @arrowsandbow used the Hexagon Penny Tile Stencil on her bathroom floor in a patchwork pattern that broke apart in random areas.
Can you believe that this bathroom used to be builder beige (boring!) and had brown vinyl floors?? @rufusandhenrietta says, "We have this beautiful eclectic master bathroom now that emits our personalities and really brings the space to life. These floors make me so happy now. I hope you love this space as much as we do and I hope that it inspires you to create your own personality-filled space. You don’t have to have a ton of money to revamp a room." She created a tiled floor design by painting her bathroom floor with the Hexagon Penny Tile Stencils, and created a wallpaper design by painting her wall with the Calypso Tile Wall Stencil.