Two really important words: GLITTER GROUT #My favorite things#bathrooms#diy#glitter#tile October 21 2016 | Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin Holy crap Glitter Grout! Thank you to Offbeat Homie Deirdre who contacted me and said "Two words. Two really important words: GLITTER GROUT." And I stopped everything I was doing to respond with "tell me more." And she did, y'all. She told me more… Seems like you can get them as an additive or pre-made grout. And, in my heart I feel it could range from '70s dream kitchen to mermaid bathroom, from a unicorn-themed mosaic table, to a TARDIS blue and sparkly starlight grout-ed garden path. And then she linked me to the Staffordshire Silicones Glitter Grout section and the photos blew my mind. Let's enjoy some glitter grout together shall we… Pre-made Diamond Grout — silver on gold tile. Gold Stainmaster Glitter Grout Additive on gold tile. Red glitter grout being applied. Red glitter grout when finished. (Photos from Staffordshire Silicones) This green glitter grout with pearlescent greenish blue tile is giving me TOTAL MERMAID VIBES!!! (Photo from Staffordshire Silicones) I love the look of glitter grout paired with this leaf-y tile. Kind of ends up looking like retro wallpaper. (Image courtesy of SarahAkwisombe.com Not sure how I feel about pink glitter grout on pink tile, but I'm glad it exists. (Photo from Staffordshire Silicones) This is my favorite look: Silver Glitter Grout with these cool pebble tiles. I would totally do this in my future home's shower.(Photo from Houzz.com) You can even use it in mosaics, like this flower pot from Etsy seller Myhobbyismosaic What would (or are) you going to use glitter grout for!? I'm definitely scheming future glittery home tiling plans… Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS Fetishist or enthusiast? Musings on perceptions of corsetry and identity NEXT "Speechless" is a show about someone with a disability… and it's not completely fucking that up! Show/Hide comments [ 12 ] AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH! 8 agree Reply I was so ready to get this for my bathroom – then I found out it was 10x more expensive than regular grout. SO disappointing. 5 agree Reply There has GOT to be a way to DIY that shit, though! Don't get discouraged! 2 agree Reply There's places online where you can buy pigments and various kinds of mica. You could mix it with cheap grout and save a bundle. 1 agrees Reply -deep inhale- YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA -gasp for air- AAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS 5 agree Reply I love how much you guys feel me on this. 3 agree Reply We used the Bostik dimentions for our shower (hint: the silver is sold out everywhere, we finally had to settle for Moonshine after two months of hassle and cancelled orders, argh!) and I wish we'd known about the super glittery one at the top instead. It came out pretty cool, but you can barely see the sparkle 🙁 Plus, it was super expensive! Oh well, there's still a little bit of sparkle 🙂 1 agrees Reply I have nothing to grout. I NEED SOMETHING TO GROUT. 4 agree Reply Pottery shards come to mind. Reply Now to just convince my husband for the pebble with glitter grout when we redo our bathroom. It needs to be done but in about 2 years we'll be renting this apartment to someone else. Sigh. We own our apartment building but knowing we need to save up for a bigger place so many decorating ideas are just put on hold. 3 agree Reply How happy those who would rent from you! 1 agrees Reply You can also get this stuff in GLOW IN THE DARK! https://www.tilestoreonline.com/Spectralock_Pro_Epoxy_Grout_Glow_Dazzle_p/93-1299.htm Also remember you're not just paying for the glitter. This is epoxy-based grout instead of the yucky, crumbly stuff you're used to. It lasts longer, resists mildew and is easier to clean. Unfortunately it doesn't do any better against hard water (my nemesis in bathroom cleaning) but you CAN use products like CLR to clean it, which might dissolve normal grout. 3 agree Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Subscribe me to your mailing list No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.