I'm diggin' it!Dig Update: Received word from PB 10/14/20 that dig will begin mid-next week! Two days later the doorbell rang . . . it was an electrician to install our electrical sub-panel! His work looks good, but he said it was a "big job"and will be back to finish it later. Building has officially begun! (I think)
So glad you like it Dirk. If you didn't, I'd have to start all over!!!Love the tiles. I lean towards organic type colors and patterns, and less fru-fru, so me likey!
I'm with you! I didn't want competing patterns either. The 6x6 looks pretty "uniform" in person. We received 5 different samples (different lots and times) and they all look pretty much the same. They are MUCH lighter in person and without variation, so there will (should) be no competing patterns.It's very common to decorate as you have. I might have gone with just one of those tiles throughout, for the same reason my kitchen backsplash is the countertop material. I don't like competing patterns next to each other. But that's just me.
Depending on the spa design, they might need that 1" tile to make curves and angles work out, so using bigger tile everywhere is not always an option.
Don't worry about me, I'll still come over for a swim no matter what you end up with!!