Hexagon, as I've noticed, was one of the most usually used forms last year. This harmonious form is observed not only in tile design, but also in furniture forms, dish decoration and even acoustic material design themselves. Undoubtedly, hexagons are a natural formusually found in nature and it‘s mostly spotted in bee honeycombs and that‘s definitely to some purpose – probably it‘s the most comfortable for bees. Perhaps that‘s why hexagons in an interior and generally in design don‘t scream and look indeed harmonious and modern (at least recently).
However, this form is quite pretentious (there‘re after all not so few angles), therefore, I suggest you not to use more than one huge hexagonal object. An interesting fact is that it‘s possible to arrange completely identical regular hexagons next to each other completely covering a surface and a hexagon of the same perimeter as a square or triangle covers a larger area. It‘s worth mentioning that usually a hexagon is made of triangles, thus it sometimes takes more time to understand that we see two different figures.