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Using 30x60 tiles, window off centre. I was thinking using centre of window as centre line. Any help would be appreciated. Cheers.
 

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Windows are a focal point and I generally centre. 👍
 
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Thanks Dave, I will use centre of the window width wise, but I think I will have to raise the height of the bottom tile to the floor and have a smaller gap for the top tile to the ceiling. 90 degrees to the left Wall is a 40mm high shower tray, I don't want a slither of a tile resting on top of the tray. Anyone have any thoughts on what is minimum height as first tile above a shower tray that is 1.7m long ?
 
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Thanks Dave, I will use centre of the window width wise, but I think I will have to raise the height of the bottom tile to the floor and have a smaller gap for the top tile to the ceiling. 90 degrees to the left Wall is a 40mm high shower tray, I don't want a slither of a tile resting on top of the tray. Anyone have any thoughts on what is minimum height as first tile above a shower tray that is 1.7m long ?
Ye just shift the datum to suit the best lay out.
 
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Centre the window both ways to get good cut ,to the floor ,bottom of thewindow ,top of window ,ceiling
 

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