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More than an afterthought, the right grout contributes to your tile scheme by creating a cohesive, eye-catching unit.
Picking out new tile for your kitchen, bathroom or other space can be rather exciting. It’s easy to get caught up in looking at tile samples and the various colors, materials and patterns that are going to have a big impact in your home. But what often gets overlooked or downplayed is the selection of the grout color. And that shouldn’t be the case.
The color of your grout can make or break the look of your tile. The grout color can create different effects or visually blend away. To help you choose the right grout color for your tile scheme, here are some favorite looks you might want to consider, along with some general advice for virtually every tiling scenario you might encounter.
White Tile + White or Light Grout
When you look at this bathroom, your eye may first notice any number of things, but it’s likely not going to be the tile.