How To Color Tile Joints • Your Inspiration For Your Home

If you are at least fans of decoration you will have noticed a new decorative trend that is about color the tile joints.

Although it is in vogue lately, it is not a new process, much less, but it seems that now is when this trend of decorate the tile walls.

As I said, it is about coloring the tile joints with a striking color, creating a nice and orderly colorful pattern, highlighting both the tile and the joint itself and largely departing from traditional finishes, in which the joint is generally very tile-like, both on the floor and on the walls.

Grout360 lime mortar

As you can imagine, this form of decorate tiled floors and walls, It is usually seen in bathrooms and kitchens, since that is where it is more common to find walls and floors that are dressed in ceramic tiles.

Orange Mortar by Grout360

It is valid for all types of tiles, as long as they have a joint that separates them from each other. It does not matter that the tile is of one design or another, in this case the important thing is the joint between them.

Fuchsia Mortar by Grout360

So, if you are wondering if you can do it on the tiles in your house, the answer is a resounding yes, as long as you have tiles with a joint, that is, you can.

Turquoise Mortar by Grout360

And it should also be noted, of course, that it is not difficult at all to do this type of work. No matter what color we have the tile joints, or how worn or dirty they are. Anyone can do it easily.

To do this, all we need is a queue to glue the tile joints, known as joint mortar, that they sell in any decoration store or construction store.

Green Mortar by Grout360

To apply the mortar or the joint glue on the tile, make a paste with water with the glue, until you get the tile grout.

Once we have the grout prepared, with a rubber spatula, which is sold in any hardware store, we spread the glue of the chosen color for all the tiles, especially filling the joints.

Once the mortar for joints that we have spread on the wall is dry, we take a sponge and a bucket of water, and we are removing the dry mortar from the tiles.

We will do it slowly, because if we press too hard, we may also take the mortar from the joints, if they are not very dry.

Blue Mortar by Grout360

We will wash the wall until we have removed all the paste for colored joints that we have given, and we will have our tiled wall, with the colored joints.

If you’ve ever grout, you will know how easy and simple this process can be; and seeing the spectacular finishes that it leaves, it would be a shame not to take advantage of this resource, if that is what we want.

In addition, joint glue is a very economical product, which can cost us approximately € 15 a bag, with enough mortar to make a small bathroom or a small kitchen that already has the joints filled.

READ  How to decorate a wall with letters made with colored wool.

Mortar catalog Morcemcolor joints

In the market there are several manufacturers that offer this product, it will not be difficult for you to find it in the city where you live.

The image above corresponds to Morcemcolor’s catalog of mortars for tile joints, in which we can see a wide range of colors to create a beautiful decoration, whatever the color we have.

Process of gluing or filling joints with colored mortar and rubber trowel.

photo | reforms.step

Did you know this way of giving color to tile joints? Do you have any wall decorated like this? What do you think in general? I read you in the comments.

If you think this article can help a friend or family member, share it. Thank you.


      Your Inspiration Home
      Enable registration in settings - general