Not all rooms are square or rectangular.Many of them jog and bumpBathtubs, cabinets, islands, or stairs may interfere with the exit and obstacles of the tile layout.The other walls have no Plumb and go in and out of space, which may make the tile row look bent.While these rooms are more challenging for tiles, you can still successfully install the floor as long as you take the time to lay the tiles in advance.If your room is clumsy because of a bumpOr something like a built-in item.In the cabinet that enters the room, the space can be divided into squares or rectangles.Doing so allows you to tile the center of the room in the normal way and then move to the edge of each space individually.Mark the inner perimeter of the space using the laser level and chalk line tool.This is the area of the room that can form a square or rectangle.Divide this part into quadrants and tile each part outward from the center.When you reach the edge of the square part, continue to enter each bump-Go out or jog to finish the work.Although the room may not be square, you can square the layout of the tile.Find the longest wall in the room and find its center point.Use the laser level to find the point on the opposite wall that goes straight through and capture the chalk line down.Move to the vertical wall and do the same.Go to the place on the floor where the two chalk lines meet, and use the carpenter\'s square to make sure the two lines meet at right angles on the floor.At this point, compare your first four tiles to each other in the center of the room to get the perfect square tile layout.Almost every tile job starts with a dry layout and there is no difference in the clumsy room.The dry layout means laying the tiles directly on the floor without mortar or adhesive.This allows you to move the tiles and change the direction of the tiles according to your needs.You may find in a clunky-shaped room that you can install a whole tile on one wall, but only a small tile on the other.By moving the tiles a few inches, you can balance your layout so that the tiles are even on either side of the room.If something goes wrong with your room, trying to line up the square tiles will only cause more attentionof-plumb walls.However, converting the position of the tile to a pattern can help cover up the appearance of the awkward room or space.One way to do this is to fill the perimeter of the room with a mosaic and tile it once the center is square.Other ways to cover up awkward rooms include a varietyPiece together the tile pattern, or use the tile pattern, such as the flow adhesive that moves the tile slightly, destroying the grouting joint.A pattern like this without a straight line is unlikely to be highlighted by the awkward shape of the room.
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