Wallpaper with concrete hexagon tiles
The original of the wallpaper Hexagon is a photograph of the ground of Passeig de Gracia, a boulevard in Barcelona. Just like several buildings on the boulevard the paving stones are designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926). Gaudís architecture is considered to be art nouveau but his unique aesthetics has made an impression in many different architectural styles. He often mixed geometrical patterns with inspiration from religion and the sea. Organic forms such as seashells often recurs in ceilings, stairs and constructions. Or as in the case of the paving stones of Passeig de Gracia, joint together with geometrical hexagons. The pattern is lovely to walk on but could also be perfect as a ceiling wallpaper. Where would you place it?
All our wall murals are printed with Rebel Mattic™, our soft and non-reflective matte finish. The material adds an exclusive look and touch to your walls. You could order a free wallpaper sample by contacting our customer service here. Our samples are A4-sized (letter) and this will give you a good feel for the colors and material.
How to order
Start by choosing a design you like. Before you order you must measure the wall you want to wallpaper, width + height. We recommend you to add an extra inch on both measurements since walls can be a bit slanting.
Shipping & Returns
We'll produce your wallpaper on demand within 1-2 days after you have placed your order. We then ship your wallpaper with UPS. Average delivery time is 3-6 work days. We apply 100% happy guarantee. If you aren't satisfied with your wallpaper, please contact us as soon as possible after you've received your order.
How to install
Read and learn more in our Hanging guide
All our wallpapers are printed on a non-woven paper reinforced with nylon fibers that create no VOC (Volatile organic compound) in room temperature. We print with all natural non-toxic color compounds that produce no VOC and our paste is made from modified potato starch that is also non-toxic. You can read more about our sustainability work here.