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Thread: Grout Color Question

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    Join Date
    Nov 2015
    Gilbert, AZ

    Grout Color Question

    Hello All-

    When we chose our grout color our PB suggested going with a grout that matches the tile (blue). I am hesitant to use blue grout, that sounds scary! I thought a beige, which matches the browns in the tile and the ledgestone would look nicer. What did everyone else do??

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    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Palm City, Florida

    Re: Grout Color Question

    We weren't asked. Our pool is nearly done, and earlier in the process, when they did the waterline tile (NPT Iridium Blue - the lighter one), they used white grout. I asked them why we were not given a choice about the grout color, and they said they usually use white because it makes the tile "pop". I have to say it looks great, and we are happy with it. It's not a real stark white, so maybe that's why it works. Maybe they can show you your tile with a grout sample to get a better idea of what it would look like.
    Dig was September 21st and it's been "full steam ahead" since. It is a 16' x 32' free form with an 18" high wall (steps on each side) with two 24" water features, salt water, sun deck (10'), and a spa (8') with a 48" spillover. All Pentair products and color LED lights. Screen enclosed.

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    Join Date
    Sep 2015
    Mesa, AZ

    Re: Grout Color Question

    We used a grey with our tile. The tile is a darker blue. We wanted grey because it will not show stain or dirt etc.

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