Been thinking of getting started on that tiling job that’s been sitting on your to-do list? Here at TileSpace, we want to help you achieve your dream bathroom.Bathroom Tile Design Johannesburg
If you’ve already decided you want to use white tiles – great! One less thing on the list, and you’ll end up with a beautiful, classic look that will look fresh for years to come. Now, next are grout lines, and though they don’t sound like the most exciting thing in the world, trust us; the right colours and thickness can help you achieve a unique look and help your tiles stand out and look their best. You just need to have an idea of what style and look you’re going for.
Choosing white tiles gives you a whole range of grout colours to choose from as everyone knows white goes with anything. To help shorten the process, our team at TileSpace have narrowed it down to a few selections for you to choose from. Read on to find out what they are.
Yes, you guessed it – white on white. This would probably have to be the most popular combination, as you can’t go wrong with a classic and clean look.
It can also give off the illusion of a bigger room so this is a great option for those with a smaller bathroom or kitchen. Just ensure to have a scrub brush handy because to keep your tiles looking white, you need to make sure your grout lines are just as clean.
Choosing a light grey option is perfect for those who want the same aesthetic as white on white but aren’t prepared to put aside as much time to clean grout when they get dirty. Using a suitable penetrating sealer will help with the easy maintenance of grout lines.
Grey grout is also a suitable match for smaller bathrooms or kitchens as it can make the room appear larger. It also compliments the white tiles as the very light contrast in colour helps make the white pop.
If white and grey are a little too common for your liking, why not go for something with a bit of colour? It’s less maintenance and gives your white tiles a prominent frame, making it a suitable option to compliment the overall design of the room. Colours such as yellow or blue can be very appealing to the eye, just keeping in mind the furniture in the room fits well with the colour scheme.
On the other hand, you can go with a dark grey colour, which is very on-trend right now. This choice gives off an industrial, retro vibe and most importantly, its good at hiding dirt, making it a fitting choice for areas that are susceptible to stains such as stove tops and showers.
Keep in mind, they will still need to be cleaned regularly, but don’t require as much effort as lighter colours.
So, there you have it. Different grout colours to go with your white tiles for any style that you want to achieve. For more tiling ideas, why not chat to our friendly staff at TileSpace.
Visit any one of our showrooms, and our team will be happy to assist you.