Marble veining doesn't flow
I'm redoing my master bathroom and have chosen polished white carrara marble counters and tub surround to go with the already installed marble octagon tile floor and white dove cabinets. I had a devil of a time finding a marble slab that I liked, in fact, I really don't like the heavy black veining in this slab but could find no better in Chicago. Seriously, I've been told by all the marble and granite people that this is what white carrara marble looks like from the part of the mountain they are currently mining from, but that's another story.
My fabricator told me that he could not install the tub surround in one piece, which, of course, would have solved my problem. So he made both the 3 piece tub surround and double vanity from one slab. I expressed to him that I was worried that the veining wouldn't flow nicely between the 3 pieces of marble around the tub. He said not to worry, that I'll hardly notice at all.
Boy do I notice!
Please tell me if I'm too picky or I should be getting a better result. I don't know if after a few months it will bug me or I will forget all about it. I think it's so prominent because the veining is so dark. The marble is in place but not yet completely installed.
Should I demand a better result?