Published at Monday, November 26th 2018. by Earnestine Acosta in Kitchen Backsplash.
I can only have the whole length of the backsplash in the herringbone if it was much longer. I wouldn't do that. I would just lay out a section and then I could take measurements off the section that I have laid out to get reference lines. You know multiple times on a longer wall, so because it's small I can, I can do the whole thing and if you were doing an Oh, like a feature above a stove or something like that, this is what you would do. Also, do you would lay out the whole thing so that way you could cut it and then just pick it up and put it in place. So what I'm doing here? This is approximately the center of my entire pattern for that wall and I'm measuring the center of a tile on the short side because that's where my center line is gonna be for my entire pattern.
So this is the center of this with this. I'm just focusing on this small area of the backsplash, which is the herringbone section. The backlash actually is much larger over by the window in the stove. It's all running bond and inside the two little cabinets on the fire in there next to the paint ball is also running bottom 17. It's 17, 3 wires from the counter to the bottom of the cabinets. So just this is the be top laptop. The talk over here in the bottom - it's gonna, be do that. This is my center line. Let's see what 26 hey! So if I start to like this, it's up out of an old kind of these like this, then this is my piece up here. Right yeah! That's good: this is my center line this way it's actually 26 and a half.
Let's do like this in six and a half, this is what I'm gonna get at that wall. This is what I got going to get. Imagine that's a wall, that's what I get at that wall. This is what I get together on the bottom, so what I gotta get the top, and this is what I'm gonna get on that wall, so walks out really nice. So I'm gonna start cutting these and then stop putting them up there. We use mechanics me, sometimes like this up. Okay, since this is a dry area, it's never gonna see any water. Drywall is perfectly fine, and also because these are small tiles. Three by six. The recommendation pretty much always is when you spread your thin set to go.
I have the trowel lines go in a straight line now. This is very important for larger tiles, for small tiles like a three by six or mosaic tiles. It's still a good idea just to do it so that you just get in the habit, but it's not and not at all, really critical, because you can actually get some pretty good pressure on the tiles and collapse those lines just by pushing them in and there's Not a lot of room for air to be-be trapped, so when you got smaller tiles, it's not as important, but it's a good idea Tinky! You know just do it so that you're in the habit of doing it.
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