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Hello everyone,

I am installing backsplash for kitchen. This is my first time tiling and is uncertain when dealing with corners. My backsplash areas has a 135 degree and a 90 degree inner corner. I am curious how do you guys handle this.

For the 90 degree corner, should I:
A. line one tile up to the wall and have the other one butted up against it
B. set the tiles at a 90 degree angle and leaving a small gap for grout/caulk
C. cut the tiles 45 degree and line them up

135 degree corner
A. set the tiles at 135 degree angle and leaving a small gap for grout/caulk
C. cut the tiles 22.5 degree and line them up

Thanks
 

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I slightly disagree with the 90 option.

i say option A, but you still need to leave a space for grout, do not butt together.

Jaz
 
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