One of the hottest current trends in interior design is the use of Italian Bianco Carrara White Marble, not only as a design accent, but also on bathroom floors, walls and showers as well as kitchen floors and backsplashes. Consumers looking for a high quality finished product with a more modern design are increasingly turning towards the unique beauty of hexagon mosaics and another timeless classic, marble subway tiles. Just like subway tiles, hexagon mosaics are also available in different sizes, the most preferred being 1″ hexagon mosaics and 2″ hexagon mosaics. Nowadays, a new fashion set by designers is using hexagon tiles for flooring in bathrooms or shower stalls and cladding walls with subway tiles. Generally, an elegant looking marble rug motif is created using basketweave tiles bordered with 1 inch hexagon mosaics; cladding the walls with subway tiles compliments the all-over design. An alternative to this application is 2 inch hexagons for flooring and 3×6 marble subway tiles for walls. Since both mosaics come with several natural stone alternatives, colors, textures and either a honed finish or a polished finish, the variations are almost endless, making it harder to choose your final design which will, in the end, all depend on your preference. But, the real question is marble or ceramic and glass tiles? While it may seem that there is no correct answer to that, it’s no secret that choosing natural stone over glass or ceramic provides more sophisticated look and a much healthier choice.