We had a couple colors to try and we chose the lighter “Straw” color.
One thing they did incorrectly was the side slabs of the shower opening. THey were not supposed to get narrower when they met the wainscot. They were supposed to stick out about 3/4 inch, but now they are even and the edge of the slab looks funny meeting the drywall. It’s not as clean looking as it could be.
They brought the thresholds today too. Bathrooom carrera thresholds and the limestone for the two entry thresholds.
They couldnt do this before because we were missing a cap for the center leg of the leg system. So that took only 5 days to get on site, but then the slab guys couldn’t get to the house until today, 6 weeks later.
By this time, I was just daily to the contractor “Where the @#%#%^ are they?!”
Watching them put this together was very interesting.
This is why things take so long. The slabs were installed almost three weeks ago, and just now, the tile is being installed around them. I think the tile guy took a vacation.
We couldn’t find one that went well with the tile so we asked them to make one out of the tile. Looks pretty good.
We told the tile guy to take tile from different boxes as he went along, he says he did and that the similar colors are because the quickset is drying at different rates under the tile. He says that over time, the tiles will even out.