When installing any tile but hexagon-shaped ones in particular, you need align the tiles in both directions (ie square). Otherwise, your joints will be uneven and the tiles may end up interfering with each other, blocking installation. As you can see in the first picture, I used my laser to line up my tiles parallel with the tub and then ensured that they aligned with the back wall as well. I laid the tiles against the tub first so that they would be guaranteed to lie flush with the tub (the focal point of the room). In the next picture, you can see that I continued laying tiles in a few vertical rows and then began doing so horizontally. That way, I did not get boxed in. You can see the final result in the last picture. Beautiful!
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