If it's not one thing, it's another... My excitement over our floor tile was short lived on Friday when I inspected it and realized it wasn't laid well. You can see what all of the spacing should look like in my last post.
Here's where two sheets meet and there was a little too much space left in between (least of my concerns):
These two sheets were laid so close that the tiles are actually touching:
When the tiles are laid correctly, they should form diagonal lines like these:
Some areas of ours look like this, instead:
I called our contractor & he's coming to look at them on Monday, but so far, he seems to agree (based on the pictures) that these need to be ripped up and done again. The problem is that we don't have any extra tile-- these were kind of expensive and we only ordered what we needed. Additionally, they were special order (typically taking 5-10 business days to get here) but we paid $150 extra to have them sent two day air to get them here when the contractors said they needed them.