By Bryan Anthony, from Houzz
You may already know that grout comes in shades of white, gray and beige and that it can change the look of tile. For example, pairing white tiles with a similar white grout makes grout lines virtually disappear and tiles blend together. Conversely, pairing white tiles with dark gray grout reveals the shape of each tile more clearly.
You may not know that grout also comes in a variety of other hues. Colorful grout is showing up in many European and Australian kitchens and bathrooms lately, and it soon may take off in North America too. Here are seven grout colors that are attracting attention.
This renovated London bathroom features a wall covered in oh-so-trendy hexagon tiles. Both the tiles and the grout are pale pink. The mirror reflects the pink cabinets on the opposite wall for a cohesive look.
Mixing tile and grout in contrasting colors is also an innovative way to focus attention. This London bathroom’s vanity wall teams light blue subway tiles laid vertically with yellow grout to make a splash in the otherwise white-and-wood space.
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