Inspiring Materials: Honey Onyx

Honey onyx is a translucent rock which can add beauty and drama to your inner spaces. In warm tones of orange, gold and yellow, it’s a banded calcite with wonderful colour depth and distinctive patterning. Backlighting reveals its exclusive details and luminosity. Let us have a look:

Elad Gonen

A fiery backlit accent wall serves as a backdrop for the freestanding bathtub and invites you to come in and have a dip. The reflective shower glass and mirror disperse the warmth around.

Honey onyx costs $50 and up per square foot for slabs, and about $20 per square foot for tile.

Modern Home Theatre

Backlit honey onyx produces a stunning fireplace surround and hearth.

Forum Phi Architecture | Interiors | Planning

Front of a bar features striking bands of pattern.

Hint: to look after onyx, seal it with a penetrating sealer, wipe up spills straight away and clean it with products made specifically for stone.

Dick Clark + Associates

This steel framed entry door is welcoming in backlit honey onyx tiles.

Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design

Tiles of honey onyx add visual texture and surround the bathtub with heat.

Dean J. Birinyi Photography

In this contemporary bathroom, cut onyx tile creates intriguing stripes and almost looks like wood beside gray limestone.

Forum Phi Architecture | Interiors | Planning

Here the onyx tops a bar and creates a increased waterfall counter at a contemporary home.

Frederick + Frederick Architects

A honey onyx counter, backsplash and vessel sink change this old furniture bit to a stunning vanity.

Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design

In an unusual program, honey onyx peeks out from under a floating vanity in this master bathroom.

Pepe Calderin Design- Modern Interior Design

Another view of the exact same bathroom shows a coordinating honey onyx waterfall counter and shower panels. The shower wall is apparently two bookmatched bits, which can be cut from precisely the exact same section of stone and laid to look like mirror images of each other.

Jaffe Architectural Group

This honey onyx console sink appears to float against a dark brown wainscot. The apricot wall finish softly echoes the stone’s motion and depth of colour.

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