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Urgent. Subway Tile Question

I am ordering tile for my master bathroom. Here is a photoshop of the general idea




This is the shower floor:

https://www.wayfair.com/home-improvement/pdp/es-stone-2-x-2-marble-ocatagon-and-dot-moasic-floor-use-wall-tile-iosh1501.html



There will be a thasos white chair rail. Above it will be these 3x6 blue subway tiles.

https://www.tilebar.com/blue-celeste-3x6-polished-marble-tile.html


Below it will be thasos white subway tiles. Here is the question. These come in 6x12 OR 3x6.

https://www.wayfair.com/home-improvement/pdp/ivy-hill-tile-white-thassos-6-in-x-12-in-polished-marble-floor-and-wall-tile-10-sq-ft-case-sost5125.html?csnid=B5C07753-7EFA-410C-90D3-68E2E7C3B7C0&_emr=a315940b-70be-4345-b919-e8dacb4474df&_eml=e50d9484-75e7-4625-a3c3-51ef9927eab8&refid=EML_50624&source=graymatter


OR https://www.wayfair.com/home-improvement/pdp/es-stone-3-x-6-marble-subway-wall-floor-tile-iosh1010.html


Should the subway tile above and below the chair rail be the SAME SIZE or should I use the larger format subway tile below the chair rail (6x12) and the smaller format above?


If it matters, the remainder of the bathroom floor will be 12x12 thasos white with this tile rug: inset into it


https://www.artistictile.com/products/granada-ygranada?variant=33482110107736


Also, if it matters, the shower/tub area is quite large as we're doing a wet room concept. That entire area within the wooden frame-out is the shower.







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