Crisp white tile walls with gray grout work beautifully with the design in this master bathroom. The wood vanity adds a rustic, earthy element to the space, and a vase of fresh-cut flowers lends a feminine touch.
White subway tile with gray grout lines the walls of this chef's kitchen. Gray and white patterned floor tiles add interest while still keeping with the color palette. Gold midcentury modern chandeliers inject a dose of glamour into the space.
An undermount sink paired with Calacatta marble countertops creates a streamlined look in this transitional kitchen. Gray grout in the white subway tile backsplash plays off the gray veining in the marble, and windows above the sink bring in loads of natural light.
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.
Open shelves keep cookbooks and everyday tableware handy but off the countertops in this transitional kitchen. Roller shades on the glass doors and window allow for natural lighting or privacy. A white subway-tile backsplash with gray grout complements the room's white and gray color scheme.
A small breakfast bar provides a spot for eating in this grand, remodeled kitchen. White cabinets and soft gray walls complement the warm wood floors to make the kitchen feel spacious and clean without being sterile. Combining the Carrara Marble subway tiles with the light gray grout gives the marble an aged, but beautiful appearance.
This late 1980s kitchen is updated by painting the oak cabinets a soft warm gray, refinishing the hardwood floors and installing granite countertops, a new apron-front sink, a bridge faucet, wire pendant lights and stainless steel appliances. For a distinct look, an unconventional size of subway tile (2x8) with dark gray grout is used for the backsplash.
The kitchen is one of the home’s larger spaces and TaLaya and Kerrick took full advantage of the opportunity that afforded. A striped rug stands out against the modern, black cabinetry and plants are sprinkled throughout the kitchen for a touch of greenery. For a modern touch, white subway tile with gray grout creates a stunning kitchen backsplash.
Custom hand-carved stone statues add an artistic element to this outdoor space with swimming pool. A decorative concrete staining technique using acid chemical stains tints the concrete plinths and nearby fire bowls to match the look of the aged statue fountains. Black iridescent glass with charcoal gray grout surrounds the spa that spills into channels and back to pool.
Using gray grout with white subway tiles accentuates the tiles and provides contrast if your cabinets are white, says Minneapolis homeowner Patti Wagner, a senior product designer for Target. Plus, they easily hide food splatters, she says. David Heide Design Studio, a design company also in Minneapolis, won a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition award for this kitchen.
This kitchen boasts soft gray cabinetry and a white subway tile backsplash for a classic, timeless look. An industrial pendant light hangs above the sink, accentuating the dark grout of the backsplash.
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.
Make a feature of your backsplash. The graphic tiles in this kitchen make for a subtle feature wall that fits perfectly with the trend. The choice of grout color is important here. The off-gray helps to define the tile pattern and provide that all-important contrast.