Yellow grout makes a unique tile statement that says: why not?
Over the past year I’ve noticed a growing number of bathrooms with white tile and dark grout. Traditionally, that was a no-no, except on floors. But this is the first time I’ve seen bright-color grout used to ramp up the decorative value of plain white tile. I think it’s fabulous and budget friendly – look how it jazzes up standard 4 x 4 glazed tile!
The question for me is whether this is an actual photo of a bathroom done with yellow grout, or whether it’s been photoshopped. I suspect the latter, to be honest. But even if the grout has been colored online rather than “in real life,” the photo works. True, grout is permanent but a carefully chosen flamboyant color insures that no bathroom tile will ever suffers from “the blands” we see too often.
For more bathrooms with colored grout see: Lantern Love and My Daughter’s Master Bath Redo
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