I could use some thoughts and advice...
I'm in the process of getting my pool replastered. As part of the work I added a tanning shelf. It's been chipped and is just about ready to tile the new area and plaster.
Previously I had a row of tiles along the outline of each step and the spa seat. The builder let me know they don't do that anymore unless asked - the change in elevation shows enough of to guide you. It will be an extra cost if I'd like to add it back and have it along the step/bench at the end of the tanning shelf.
I'm in my 40's and used to seeing the tile on the steps. I'm worried since I'm using plaster and not pebble tech, that it will look too plain. But maybe it would actually look more modern without it.
Is this the new way of doing things?
Am I just too old?
Experience or examples?
Thanks a bunch. I need to decide in the next few days, and it's driving me crazy.