How to Have Shower Level with Rest of Drywall??
I've always been confused with this, maybe someone can explain.
In a 3 wall alcove, I'm going to have a shower there, but I dont understand how to make it so when the tile is laid on the shower wall it is the same depth as the rest of the drywall through out the bathroom.
If I put cement board on the studs around the shower walls, and then drywall on the studs of the surrounding walls, they will all be the same depth. But when I add thinset mortar and then lay the tile on top, it will stick out more from the wall and the thinset buildup will be showing from the side, and then the remaining walls would just be bare drywall, so the depths would look different. Therefore, what is the solution?