a nicely lengthed 4 metre x1 metre hallway gives very little option to whichway the planks run. The same applies to our bathroom, shower, and laundry area (approx 4m x 2m (not sqare). This means insuring the two end walls do not end up with the pattern running up the wall.

The shape of this small area will possibly not permit a D.I.Y. person to visualy see if the planks lay square to the walls. What could be worse than sitting on the toilet, looking at the floor and the wall to your right with the wood plank running skew- whiff?

(definition of skew-whiff = British, informal: not straight; Askew

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