Niche and splashback advice please!
I'm having a tiling crisis! *drama*
We are about to renovate our master bath, which unfortunately is really an en suite, but is the only bathroom at the front of our house where the bedrooms are.
The dimensions are small - 6' x 7.5' floor dimensions.
I'm using a honed oyster (slightly taupey grey) 12" x 24" floor tile, and a gloss 12" x 24" rectified wall tile in almost-white with subtle colour variation.
We will be having either a 12" or 24" (as yet unsure) niche along the long side of the shower-over-bath, and a splashback between our mirror cabinet and the 36" wide vanity unit.
I had been planning on using a hexagonal contrast tile, but looking online at pictures, I am unconvinced by the combination of stacked rectangular rectified wall tiles, with the more chaotic hexagonal mosaic, and am wondering whether I would be better off sticking with a square or rectangular mosaic/scored tile for the niche and splash back?
I am trying to keep the small size of the bathroom in mind and want to keep the overall effect fairly calm.
Help much appreciated!