|Parts stacked all over the master bedroom.|
Hind sight 20/20, I should have been checking the incoming parts and matching against the plan all along. The other day I walked past the master bath and noticed a round sink sitting in a box on the ground.
|Round sink sitting by master bath ... recently un boxed.|
What potentially would have happened is the tile guy would have installed the smallish round sink (which fits the other two smallish cabinets) and it would have looked a little weird with the big long master bath cabinet, and I would have had major anxiety over making them rip it out and fixing it or just letting it go. I am a lazy remodeler and they know that.
A few weeks ago, I noticed Alex’s bathroom door leaning against his bedroom wall. I examined it closely and saw that it had round sticking versus square sticking. Square sticking is on all the doors throughout the house, which I picked when I swapped out the cheap 50’s hollow doors for nice T.M. Cobb sold wood doors some years ago. The sticking refers to a fancy rounded edge on door panel, versus plain squared off edges. Our door panels are plain and squared off. I emailed the contractor and within a day or two he told me they had re-ordered the right door and the offending door disappeared. The plan specified the square sticking.
|Look closely and note the square sticking.|
|Alex's Bathroom: the tile is complete! Now you can see the pretty cabinet.|
|Alex's bathroom cabinet again. See the plank tile feature wall on the left?|
|Master Bath ... very long cabinet and all the tile is complete.|
|Master bath cabinet again, note the 3 compartment mirror cabinet on top!|
I get two, yay! You can see the plank tile better here. It is a light color on purpose
because this bathroom is so small. The Guest Bath will have darker plank tile.
|Master bath, facing where the toilet *ahem* will go.|
|House is painted, gutters are on and trim is on and painted.|
|Addition from Alex's side.|
fence which was the maximum Newport Beach allowed us to go.