I am installing tile flooring in my bathroom, frt door landing area, and in the kitchen. I am doing a brick pattern. in the bath room and at the front door i have placed the tile flowing in the same direction. it is set up so when you walk in the door to these two rooms that you can see the obvoius brick patter. the kitchen as not been done yet. I am thinking that i should lay the tile in the same way. the entrance to the kitchen is on the same wall as the bathroom. the only question is that from the entrance of the kitchen, the room is wider than it is deep(kitchen/dining area). should I KEEP THE PATTERN THE SAME FROM ROOM TO ROOM? or should I change the pattern in the kitchen so the brick pattern is more noticable when looking down the length of the room? I hope you caan decifer what I am trying to say here.
thanks for any help!!
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