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Hi there
Homeowner here who recently had my kitchen tiled by a professional tiler. We’ve been left with some untidy edges to tiles and I’m looking for an easy solution to fix and improve the appearance myself.
The tile had to be cut and the edge that has been left is not neat. The tiles are also different heights on the back wall in the 2nd image, and the grout is messy too.
Any ideas and advice welcome to help improve the edge.
I challenged the tiler once complete that we wanted it neater, but I was met with that’s just how it ends up when you have to cut the tiles.
I don’t want to pay for someone else to improve it ideally, so looking for suggestions to neaten and level up the edges.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Kastar UK

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Cupboards are fitted a bit tight , doors should cover the bottom of the cabs , pic 1 needs new tile cut , so do them all but could make a line equal thickness underside to neaten it up a bit ?
 

Lou

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Did you speak to your installer?
 

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