Choosing the right grout colour can make all the difference in your bathroom, so it’s worth taking the time to consider all the options if you’re designing a new bathroom.

Using a light coloured grout, particularly in conjunction with white tiles, can produce a bright, clean look. This does seem to be the most obvious choice when going “all white”. But the downfall is white grout can be very high maintenance. Even with consistent cleaning it is nearly impossible to protect it from staining and discoloration over time.

And if you’re all about easy maintenance, then dark grout may be for you.

Choosing a grout that is darker in colour helps conceal dirt and is less likely to stain or change colour. It can also be a feature and enhance the look of the bathroom.

Today I grabbed a few photos from around the web to inspire you…

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If you’re not game enough to do an entire kitchen splashback then a feature wall in the shower would be great. Or even in the laundry. I also really like the small tiles on the floor with the dark grout – would be easy to hide the dirt.

What do you think about these?

Have a great day. ♥ KC.

All of the images are from Pinterest. I tried to source original links, but Pinterest makes it hard these days as it’s enormous! If one of these is yours, let me know and I’ll happily credit.