Getting Color With Grout

October 12, 2015

By Tab Byrum

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I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve always seen tile grout in white or on the gray side, also sometimes black, but I was very intrigued last month while doing a post on the color combo of Orange and Blue. While searching for images for the post I ran across one of a kitchen with white tile and light blue grout between the tiles, the kitchen was then accented with orange accessories. This got me to thinking and looking for more images of colored grout, today I’m going to share a few of the ones I found. While I’m not totally convinced I would do this in my home I think it’s a wonderful idea and would look amazing in the right place. If your a do it yourself kind of person click here, you’ll be taken to an article on one way to get color in your tile grout. I’m sorry for the brevity of this post, I got a little under the weather over the weekend and hope to be back on my feet later this week. Enjoy!!!

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This is the picture I found that brought on this whole colored tile grout investigation.  

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Black grout can add so much drama to a room, this bathroom is beautiful with the blue/green tile and black grout.

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I don’t know that I’m brave enough to do it, but this orange grout is awesome. 

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Here, dark grout between white tile ups the drama and works so well with the black and white vibe of the room. 

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On the other hand, white grout between dark tiles is a whole different kind of drama. 

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Gold grout really sets off these exotic tiles, beautiful but for a very special person. 

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Wouldn’t grout with color be great for a children’s bathroom, just pick a color that you can decorate with over the years. 

All images are courtesy of Pinterest
here and here.

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