Grout

Grout, like many things in your bathroom, must be both functional and stylish. It must function properly as a sealant and binding agent for your tile that holds it in place and prevents water damage to your bathroom walls. It must function within the overall style of your bathroom.

It can be highly beneficial to use the latest epoxy and urethane-based grouts for your remodel projects. Epoxy grouts provide incredible water and chemical resistance, strength, and color retention. They provide a superior bond which can be stronger than the tile itself. Epoxy grouts maintain their color through years and years of use and often return to their original color after cleaning. Urethane-based grouts provide similar benefits to epoxy-based grouts in terms of color retention, water/chemical resistance, and strength. Their defining characteristic is their ease of use, making them best for smaller projects.

Depending on what type and color of tile you decide to use in your bathroom, there are multiple options to choose from when it comes to grout selection. For example, white subway tile can be paired with a dark gray grout to present a vivid contrast that combines elements of classic and modern styles. White grout can act as a neutral, contrasting, or matching color depending on your tile selection.

The choices are endless. Check out these remodel projects to get you inspired.

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