Tile manufacturer and supplier Island Stone has introduced a new natural stone wall tile featuring a textured surface and rhomboid shape.
Paragon Hex is made up of precision cut and sculpted rhomboid stone pieces. The unique pieces are placed into a hexagonal layout to create an interlocking tile with a rhomboid shape and a tapered, angled relief.
“Paragon Hex is a truly unique achievement in stone,” says Paul Sepulveda, national sales manager for Island Stone. “Typically, a shape this involved would be made out of porcelain or glass. The combination of complexity and sophistication Island Stone has achieved with Paragon Hex is a testament to our unique vision and intimate expertise with the stone medium.”
Each hex-shaped tile is made up of 12 individuals pieces that are mounted on a mesh backing. Installed in a classic honey-cone pattern, it creates a textured accent wall of backsplash. “The edges of the Paragon Hex stones are lightly tumbled for a soft, punctuated look,” the company says.
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