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Construction, an Interior Design project big or small will have disappointment at some point.
Budget- there is never enough and that holy grail of contingency will get used. Don't think about it, don’t breath on it, don’t spend it before the end.
Time- is a killer. Late starts, weather, your finish Carpenter tearing a shoulder muscle, it all makes it interesting.
Materials- unavailable (at the last minute usually) pivot to new ones, not exactly what you need…more labor to make it work. Stone delivered wrong color…right color 4x’s the price.
If your builder, Interior Designer and/or General Contractor is good, they pivot to the next thing. What else can be done while we are waiting, watching, driving to meet the FedEx truck in another state to get the part.