We talked in detail about the choice of inter-tile grout, including advised to choose ready-made color compounds, as they are more resistant. The most common option in this case is neutral, light tiles with bright contrasting seams. The classic is black and white. With dark or deliberately bright seams, even the simplest square tile will play in a new way, the traditional “hog” will look beautiful.
The opposite example is white grout between dark tiles. It accentuates the structure of walls, floors, countertops or backsplashes by highlighting even rows of tiles. It seems that white grout is an impractical option. However, high-quality seams made using ready-made modern compounds are actually easy to care for..
The grout does not have to be contrasting. You can choose a similar tone. For example, for red tiles – burgundy or pink grout, that is, slightly darker or lighter. This is a good approach. Designers advise not to get carried away with multi-colored grout, if the tile itself is patterned. In this case, on the contrary, the grout should be made as inconspicuous as possible, so as not to interfere with admiring the resulting picture..