Looking for a fun apartment design that makes a statement but afraid to go overboard? Here’s a subtle way of adding personality to your living space: use colorful grout. Yes, it’s a thing and it’s key to making a Pinterest-worthy space!
Why Choose Colorful Grout?
Traditional white grout may be widely used but this color is surprisingly hard to maintain. It’s prone to staining and it’s difficult to maintain its pristine color. Colorful grout does a great job of hiding stains, so there’s absolutely no need to worry about ugly discoloration cramping up your style.
What’s more, colorful grout comes in an array of hues! The color choices allow you to customize your space according to your personality while adding a pop of color to your home!
A contrasting grout color transforms boring tile backsplash with plenty of room to experiment. There are so many ways to play up the colorful grout and liven up your kitchen and bathroom.
And get this, it’s the perfect apartment design if you’re working on a limited budget. Don’t know where to start? If you think colorful grout is just the thing you need to liven up your tiled space, here’s a collection of design samples to get your creative juices flowing:
If you love all things shimmery (who doesn’t?) and you want to give your tiled space a wink of sparkle, why not go for gold, literally? Gold is one of the hottest grout colors right now and we can see why! It adds a luxurious effect to a space, bathing your tiled home in otherworldly light!
Nothing is more basic than white bathroom tiles and adding a splash of sunshine yellow grout made this gorgeous bathroom pop:
Can’t get enough of fluo pink? You’ll love this fun, eye-catching grout color. And if you think pink grout backsplash will clash with your existing apartment design, pair it with neutral colored tiles for a polished look that’s anything but plain:
No doubt about it, teal makes a vibrant contrast color to white tiles! It’s edgy, bold, and stylish especially when paired with rustic home accents or brightly colored stools! We also love teal grout in kiddie bathrooms!
Tres chic! To add effortless style to a shabby chic bathroom or kitchen, try a gorgeous shade of cornflower blue grout. This striking grout color works great against basic tile shapes or even these unique geometric tiles:
Give a delightfully old-fashioned bathroom a zesty zing of lime green grout and watch the apartment design come alive:
For a dramatic pop of color, red adds drama to any tiled space. The color is versatile too, it goes swimmingly with all-white tiles or geometric tiles:
If you’re not ready for a fire engine red grout color, why not go for a softer red-orange hue? Red orange grout is just as striking as a full on red but it’s will not overwhelm the space:
Black is a sophisticated and bold color choice. This color works best on textured or matte black tiles! The combination is definitely glamorous and polished, not stark at all!