Blending Hexagons - Part 1 of 3
Updated: Nov 29, 2018
After remodeling her kitchen, this client had two different types of wood under the bar area. She sent me a photo of an idea she found on Pinterest, using hexagons to blend into the hardwood. I told her I hadn’t done it before, but I’d love to. And here we are.
I started by having the client lay out the tiles in the shape she had envisioned. Then I made my cuts and dry fit the tiles, making an outline of the perimeter and the floating hexagon.
The rest of the day was spent in demolition mode. I ended up using three different saws: circular, reciprocating, and the wood blade on my Dremel. And let me tell you, that wood floor was built to last.
Tomorrow will be fun.