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Special Tile RBB Idea

Posted by shibasrule (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 8, 06 at 14:56

We wanted something special for the RBB Water Feature.
This is the first idea.
The first row of tiles are at the water line.
We are using the Casblanca CAS/F320 alternating but only the solid blue CASF320 under the RBB with two special tiles to mark each end.

We are going with Pacific Rose Brick Coping too.

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RE: Special Tile RBB Idea

These special tiles do come from www.tierrayfuego.com.
Folks do use them on their pools.
They don't hold up to freezing but that's not a problem here in California much.

http://www.tierrayfuego.com/TalaveraTiles/SpecialDesigns/index.htm


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RE: Special Tile RBB Idea

You may want to post this in the regular forum. You will probably get more response from the forum. You have posted in the gallery. Your tile looks very nice!


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RE: Special Tile RBB Idea

OOHHH!!! I absolutely love it! I am really hoping to go for the Spanish look for our pool if I can talk my DH into it.


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final- special tile rbb idea

We finally decided to go with the Casblanca CASF200 all the way around the pool waterline. It is fairly solid blue except the corners of rust. We thought it would be less busy looking and more dramatic to continue it up the sides of the RBB in twos mixed with the Special Ronda Tile from the CABO collection of Tierrayfuego because they are 6 1/8' square so mixed too much with the normal 6' square tiles will cause measurements to go off. We will use the Casablanca CAS200 only in the patrtern shown in a pyramid in the center. We will use the Pacific ROse Brick Bullnose Coping and the waterfeature will be in the center of the RBB. We have a 6 foot long sitting ledge under the waterfall and Umbrella sleeve in the ledge so we can be shaded as needed too.

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Hope this works

Liz


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