The Basilica in Italy, ‘The Great Pavement’ in Westminster Abbey in London and La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona all have one thing in common – mosaic tiles. Whilst you may not be asked to re-create the Basilica any time soon, mosaic tiles are as popular as ever and are a common feature in homes, restaurants and hotels.
With so many options available on the market, choosing the perfect shade of grout to complement your mosaic can be difficult. Instarmac says it has listened to the requests of customers and the industry and has developed a collection of 11 grout colours – to give the perfect mosaic tile grout for every type of project.
The range includes a crisp white grout for creating seamless mosaic tiling and opening up small spaces for hygienic environments.
Jasmine is a soft, delicate neutral tone which complements natural stone and works well with both light and dark coloured mosaic tiles.
Limestone is a hugely popular grout for finishing natural stone mosaic tile applications – it has a nude finish with a slight cream tinge.
The latest colour to join the grout collection is Taupe – an elegant light brown with a hint of grey (it’s also perfect for most wood-effect tiles!)
Rich like everyone’s favourite treat, Instarmac’s Chocolate grout is ideal for creating a striking contrast or for use in rustic decors.
For those looking to create a tranquil atmosphere, Titanium, a subtle light blue/grey shade might be the one to go for.
Mid-Grey is a sterling silver-inspired grout for creating enchanting modern looks.
The original Grey shade boasts universal appeal that translates to both town and country properties and schemes.
Charcoal is a deep grey, slate inspired grout which is beneficial for use in stain-prone areas including busy entranceways.
Anthracite, the darkest shade in the range, is ideal for constructing timeless monochrome dream rooms.
To receive a free grout colour swatch email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on Instarmac’s range of grouts visit instarmac.co.uk. Alternatively, you can contact Instarmac’s technical experts by calling 01827 254402.