As part of my complete master bedroom remodel I'm completely redoing the "jacuzzi room".
The current jacuzzi has a wood surround and is completely not water proof as water gets in between the tub and the surround and leaks down into the downstairs ceiling.
My plan was to cement board & RedGard the jacuzzi surround and floor and tile over it. The walls and ceiling I plan on completely covering with 1x6 knotty pine tongue & groove paneling. To complicate things further, I am also having 2 giant windows installed on both exterior walls surrounding the jacuzzi.
I'm having trouble envisioning how to properly transition between the tongue & groove and tile as well as what to do with the window casings.
In terms of the vertical transition, I imagined simply cutting off on the "boundaries" of the groove and having the remaining hanging over the tile (see here). I'm not sure what to do where the tile butts up to the T&G horizontally. Any ideas here would be appreciated.
The next layer of complication is what to do with the window casings. I would like to use basic 2.5" casing, however considering the tile and T&G would be different depths I wouldn't be able to nicely cover up the unfinished edges. Should I install the casings first and then tile and T&G around it?
Any input is highly appreciated!