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I am wondering if there is a simple way of aligning the custom tile in a custom backplash? In the attached drawing I have created two custom tiles for this hypothetical shower. The big tile is 24x24 and I would like to have it go 5' up on the wall and then have a 12" deco strip of 2x2 tile and then more of the larger tile above that to the ceiling. Problem is I want a full tile on the top of the 5' high lower part, (the half cut would be on the bottom), and then start with a full tile on top of the deco strip. And my deco strip is 2x2 tile, I made it as a 12x12 square of 2x2 tile and yet it doesn't line up as full tile on the top and bottom edges...
I am trying to recreate the window set as seen in the picture. The left and right are easy but how do I make the pentagon shape in the middle? All of the arches are curved or come out as a triangle. The help area only comes up with three "custom shapes" and I have not had any luck finding any other tutorials online to help. Any advice?
I am working in Chief Architect Interiors X10 trying to find info on how to create a cabinet in the corner of my room where the face is flat and the right side (based on the image I have attached) of the cabinet is matching the angle of the wall. Normally I just fake it and make a small face with a custom counter top, but I don't want the cabinet overlapping my wall in my floor plan.
If anyone has any information on this I would really appreciate it!