We've had a lot of difficulty with our roman shower. One of the doors fell off and had never been right since. Adam brought the shower door guy by yesterday, and he said that it was because our walls were 1/8th an inch closer together at the top than at the bottom. WELL DAMN! So at this point I've given up with having an acceptable shower. Mike and I plan to save up and have it ripped out and replaced with something acceptable. I am really tired of going back and forth with Ryan Homes about it.
We also had some pretty serious drywall seams in our living room ceiling. We were scheduled to have them fixed this week, but we simply didn't want to be inconvenienced for 2+ days while they cut them out and redid the bad pieces. I can't even imagine how much dust that would produce! Mike is on spring break this week and I really didn't want to take up most of it so they could make all of those repairs. It would mean he and Daisy would be sequestered to the basement for two days.
On the plus side though, in preparation for those repairs, we did get around to clearing out the basement this weekend! We can finally see the floors!
So while our house isn't PERFECT, it is still ours right? We also mostly finished the kitchen back splash. Boy was that a fiasco!! We still have to put the extensions on the electrical outlets and switches but the tile part is done at least.
Also, I am not sure if I posted this already, but we got our dining room mostly together too! Like I said, we've been busy!
I love love love our dining room! See that rug? It is THE MOST soft, cozy plush rug I have ever stepped foot on. We got it from www.homedecorators.com.
I am hoping to post our master bedroom and office soon!
Hope everyone is doing well!
UPDATE: Here is a picture for "C" showing what greeted us behind the trim they installed at the breakfast bar to hide the shims for the granite once the 4" back splash was removed per our request. Apparently they fixed everything visible but left everything the trim covered as is. I call that LAZY! It was very difficult to fix, which caused the tile in this area to not lay right. We did what we could. :(