So we took on remodeling the master bath in our house - it was builder quality tile which was 12 years old and chipped/cracking, along with the vanity and counter top.
Long story short, we gutted everything, pulled down the existing tile in the shower and on the tub surround and hung durock and started tiling again.
Obviously I should have measured things around and checked for how level things are because I got to the point where I'm at which is partially tiled the tub surround and its obviously not working out - the tub surround framing is not level at all (which I should have checked before tiling/durock).
In the photos below, the slope of the framing/tub goes up from left to right.
The right side is a good 11/16" higher than the right side. I removed the durock I had on the top of the tub surround for the photos.
Basically, how can I fix this without it looking awkward? If I just keep tiling the way it is now, the tile lines will look extremely slanted from the top of the tub surround.
Any suggestions? I've thought about ripping the tile off the surround and tiling from top down and just letting the floor eat up the mistake. This would be a lot of work since the tiles are already set so I likely will have to rip the entire panel of durock off and recut a new one, hang it, and start over.
Any other suggestions?