Hi Everyone, Last week we started a complete bathroom renovation project in our flat in north London at the cost of around £8k (half of it just for labour). The bathroom in question is rather small, at around 3.5sqm and has a rectangular layout. The builder (who I found via checkatrade.com) is in the process of completing tiling and I have to say that I'm not very happy with the way the corners have been done - having seen other batherooms with metro tiling, I think they could've done a lot better with the tiling, especially towards the bottom next to the recess. The corner in in the photo was covered with tiling/cement board of some sort by the builders to ensure that the wall is completely even and to be honest I don't have any complaints with the smoothness of the wall itself, but the corner as you can see is a different story... I haven't spoken to the builders yet as I came home to find this... question to you is what's the best way to proceed? Ask them to redo the corner or use some sort of tile trim that blends into the corner to get it looking right? Would really appreciate some advice and this was meant to be a hassle free experience. Thank you.