Yellow grout is having a serious moment right now in both kitchens and bathrooms. Here, a touch of almost-neon yellow injects this black-and-white space with much needed color (and a bit of edgy fun, too).
If you crave a more feminine way to incorporate blue grout, pair it with a soft blue sink, pink tile, and a barely-pink wall. Just when you thought this space couldn’t get more chic, a gray half-wall above ups the ante.
This colorful entry to one Swedish designer’s home proves that not all Scandinavian spaces are white-on-white. Pink tile with red grout (chosen by his daughter) takes bold geometric design to a whole new level.
For a look that’s bold and sophisticated, try tile and grout that’s black on black. Keep all of the texture of tiles with the drama of a matte black color palette. It’s unexpected and yet surprisingly glam.
What at first appears to be gold grout is actually a decorative detail created by metal stripping. Whether this effect is created by metal or grout, we’re loving this clever transition between tile and wood.