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  • Tile Grout Arctic White

    Tile Grout Arctic White

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  • Tile Grout Autumn Chestnut

    Tile Grout Autumn Chestnut

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  • Tile Grout Blanched Almond

    Tile Grout Blanched Almond

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  • Tile Grout Coffee Bean

    Tile Grout Coffee Bean

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  • Tile Grout Cornish Cream

    Tile Grout Cornish Cream

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  • Tile Grout Golden Jasmine

    Tile Grout Golden Jasmine

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  • Tile Grout Midnight Coal

    Tile Grout Midnight Coal

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  • Tile Grout Oxford Stone

    Tile Grout Oxford Stone

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  • Tile Grout Silver Grey

    Tile Grout Silver Grey

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  • Tile Grout Slate Grey

    Tile Grout Slate Grey

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  • Tile Grout Steel Grey

    Tile Grout Steel Grey

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  • Tile Grout Tropical Ebony

    Tile Grout Tropical Ebony

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Grout should no longer be at the bottom of the list when it comes to making interior styling decisions. With a vast range of colours to choose from, grout can dramatically change the finish of tiling. The following ideas are why grout should be considered more closely. Grouting tiles with opposing colours can create a stunning contrast. Pair white tiles with black grout to produce a bold, geometric look. This simple pairing brings a stylish, modern finish. Experiment with colours for a unique feel. Adding a touch of colour does not need to be reserved for furniture and accessories. Try incorporating a slight touch of colour to a scheme with grout. Matching the grout to the tiles can produce a seamless, cohesive look. Either use identical tones for the tiles and grout and create a continuous feel or use similar tones of the same colour for a little more interest. A neutral toned grout can also be great for balancing a busy pattern, to make the area appear less busy. When choosing tiles and designing a bathroom renovation be sure to consider the possibilities that grout provides.