What’s the first colour you think of when it comes to grout lines? White? Black? If you have guessed either, you’re not alone. This is perhaps why coloured grout lines have caught attention in many European and Australian kitchens. It’s not only something refreshing but it has some element of fun in our home interiors.
Here are some fabulous colour combos to consider!
Yellow grout lines put a jolt of colour into the room. Whether it’s on your kitchen backsplash or bathroom walls, the yellow grout brings out the shape of your tiles clearer and make it stand out.
For something a little adventurous, get lime green grout lines. The colour also feels fresh and clean although it’s a little more muted as compared to yellow. A dark green puts calmness in the surrounding too.
For a softer touch, pastel pink works wonders. Pale pink doesn’t dissolve into the background and stands out just the right amount. Other than using rectangular tiles, try out hexagonal tiles for something unconventional.
On the opposite side of the spectrum will be the red grout lines. This is a bolder approach and can help make the room the focal point.
If red is too much for you, orange is the lighter and still cheery friend. Orange grout lines also pair well with warm-hued metallics such as copper, brass and gold. In other words, orange grout lines can help you up the glamour in your house.
In an all-white tiled room, white grout will make everything look monotonous while a darker grout can look harsh. As such, blue grout lines are the happy middle in an all-white room.
Other than using the obvious bright colours such as red or yellow to bring out darker tiles, go for teal! The electrifying colour is like a neon light running in between the tiles.
In other words, there are more ways to put colours in our house!