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Unread 04-25-2021, 06:47 AM   #3
Davy
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I was thinking the same as Phil, however you decide to do the back wall, you can slightly adjust the end walls to avoid a sliver out where the tile meets the paint. Small adjustments won't be noticeable and helps the looks of the job.

Also, on the back wall, there's two ways to center the layout. Either center a grout joint in the wall or center a tile. Do some measuring to see what size cuts you'll have before deciding.
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