Small or larger hexagon tile in 1920 bathroom?
Hello all. I know that there is no 'right or wrong' answer, as it should be what we like best.... BUT, this is our first tiling project so I am hoping you can all help with any pros/cons of either tile below.
The house was built in 1920. The bathroom is tiny, about 50 square feet. Claw foot tub, bead board around the entire wall, pedestal sink and toilet. We want to stay authentic to the era.
We are trying to decide between both of these tiles for the floor. The smaller one may have too many grout lines (grey), but would be authentic. The larger hexagon is perhaps too similar in size to the width of the bead board and the foot of the tub? Is that too 'boring'?
Anyhow, we appreciate any advice or suggestions. Thank you!