They're all fixer-uppers
I am tiling a shower above my bathtub. The problem is, on the wet side, the wall extends only about 3/4" further than the tub. Making it impossible to get a tile to run down the side of the tub. On the other side, one full 3" surface bullnose will extend down the side of the tub. Originally, I had resigned myself to stopping the wetside tile right at the tub's edge and taping and mudding and painting underneath. What I can't do, is build that wall out anymore because at the other side of that wall is the door, extending the wall by a couple inches would encroach into the doors rough opening space. My new idea, was too frame out just one 2x4 at the very corner of the wall where it meets the wet side and creat a little, soffit-looking extension in the wall. This would allow my to keep the door openeing the same and match identically the full bullnose on each side of the tub. What do you guys think?