Thanks! We did the micro fusion with hand tossed abalone and kobalt glass. ( Basically the radiant fusion at lower price)I love your pool color. I’m at the stage of finalizing a plaster color and I think I’ll go with radiant fusion. How do you have a micro fusion with glass? Is it radiant fusion or is it the micro fusion level with added glass? I hope my question makes sense.
Thank you! We love how it turned out. Here is a photo from late afternoon in March to show the most accurate color after about 6-7mo with water. It’s obviously lighter in color in full summer sun, but we haven’t had much of that lately.Your pool is gorgeous! We were thinking Aqua Blue and I think this sealed the decision- so thank you very much!! I love your waterline tile - what is it and source? Many thanks!
What tile is on your steps?
Which type of French Grey did you use? (Which product?) - And what is the depth of your pool? Love it.I think Anvil will give you the dark color your looking for. The techo block onyx coping does get warm, we haven’t had extremely hot weather yet but it was 85 out the other day and it was hot but I was still about to walk on it with bare feet. We have a dark grey waterline tile that matches the coping close. We originally wanted a darker plaster but didn’t want to spend the large upgrade price for it so we stuck with French grey which gave the water a pretty tone that contrasts nicely with the dark coping.