Long hexagonal tiles with contrast grout add interest to this all white bath. Modern penny round tile and a floating vanity provide contemporary touches that complement the home's overall design. Frameless glass around the shower continues the contemporary look and visually expands the space.
Black hexagonal tile with contrast grout makes a bold and sleek statement in this contemporary bathroom. The floating vanity is clean-lined and simple, while the window beside it bathes the space in natural light. A frameless glass enclosure screens the shower, which also features a black tile floor, creating a continuous line that adds visual dimension to the space.
White ceramic tiles with a contrasting black grout set the tone for this modern black and white kitchen. A peninsula helps create space in the small kitchen, and bright yellow stools add a super fun pop of color.
The backsplash in this bathroom is the star of the show. Its circular white tiles are presented uniquely with black grout -- the contrast is striking, and dark grout doesn't show dirt and stains as readily as light.
A modern floating vanity and lighting contrast stylishly with the traditional floor in this bathroom on New York's Upper East Side. Dark grout in the subway tile ties in with the border on the marble floor.
A dark-stained peninsula and dark built-in bookshelf contrast with white cabinetry and white Calacatta marble countertops in this transitional kitchen. Tinted grout in the subway tile backsplash plays off the gray veining in the countertops.
This small master bathroom works with a neutral color palette and contemporary pieces to make the room compelling. The concrete vanity countertop and sink is the perfect contrast next to all the white subway tile and brings out the grey grout lines.
An excellent way to add architectural interest to a bathroom is to cover the walls in classic white subway tile. To create a high-contrast look, opt for charcoal grout. Keep in mind when sourcing grout that it's not available in a true black. Although it may appear black in the package, once dry, it takes on medium-to-dark charcoal tone which becomes apparent when used between black tiles, resulting in a mismatched look.
This light and bright kitchen features white wood and glass front cabinets paired with black cabinets. Metallic pendant lights hang above the peninsula, while black grout provides an edgy contrast in the white subway tile backsplash. Stainless steel appliances and red accents add finishing touches.