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Hex Is Here To Stay

June 2018: The Hexagon is more than just a trend. Whether a pattern or solid, the hexagon has become the go to shape for creating a dynamic accent piece in multiple areas of a home. This in one style that isn’t going anywhere, and our team has you covered with a variety of options.

June 2015: We had the opportunity to visit several homes in the 2015 Salt Lake Parade of homes. Of course we were fixated on what they were doing for their tile solutions! Wood plank tile was definitely a strong presence in this Parade. The ever popular and again trendy subway tile, in all formats, was also a popular choice.  Beautiful mosaics of all shapes and sizes were used to give rooms personality and splashes of color. The one we were excited to see was the larger format hexagon. Smaller, traditional 1×1 hexagons made their way into this year’s show as they have become increasingly popular again. But we were impressed to see the larger hexagon tiles making a splash too.

Check out our Selections of these trends/styles:

Wood Planks

Subway Tile

In Stock: Mulia Brooklyn Hexagon 12″ (Deco sold separate from solid grey)

Tile For Less Utah Launches New Website


Tile customers in Utah now have access to the new Tile For Less Utah website.  The new website offers quick and easy access to information, products and services available from Tile For Less.

The new Tile For Less Utah website offers a clean, modern design and simplified navigation.  By presenting products in a new product catalog layout, customers are able to quickly find the solutions available for their needs.

With more products added regularly, customers can keep up to date in the highlighted New Arrivals and Specials section.

Company updates are readily available in the new IN sTILE blog section where the latest Tile For Less news is posted regularly.

The Tile For Less IN sTILE blog looks forward to aiming the spotlight on local designers, builders and installers. It will feature current Tile For Less products that were either installed or designed by professionals in our community. Read the blog for great design ideas you can implement yourself or to find a professional to help you!