New construction north Houston

kimkats

Mod Squad
LifeTime Supporter
Jul 10, 2012
47,324
Tallahassee, FL
This is the time you don't try to match things together. You want them to give you the water color you are looking for (plaster and waterline tile). The coping and decking should give your yard the feel you want while looking at what house colors are.

That plaster will give you a fresh, bright blue water color. VERY pretty look. It will not look as dark blue as your design water does. That water line tile will help give the water a pop of slightly darker coloring.

With the waterline tile you will want to go through the boxes and pick out the extra pretty ones to put in the area your eyes fall when you walk out tothe pool. You might also find some not so pretty ones. You will want hide those so they don't get used.

Kim:kim:
 

Fillup

New member
Jul 25, 2020
3
Spring Tx
This is the time you don't try to match things together. You want them to give you the water color you are looking for (plaster and waterline tile). The coping and decking should give your yard the feel you want while looking at what house colors are.

That plaster will give you a fresh, bright blue water color. VERY pretty look. It will not look as dark blue as your design water does. That water line tile will help give the water a pop of slightly darker coloring.

With the waterline tile you will want to go through the boxes and pick out the extra pretty ones to put in the area your eyes fall when you walk out tothe pool. You might also find some not so pretty ones. You will want hide those so they don't get used.

Kim:kim:
Thanks Kim
 

Nikilyn

Well-known member
Sep 3, 2018
378
Gilbert, AZ
Haha funny thing is that it is actually silver travertine. It looks more grey in person.
Really? I used to have it in my kitchen and I wouldn’t have guessed they were the same. It looks like it’s red/brown. But since that’s what it is, then stick with it. I think it will go well.