Be as critical as you wish. Just finished this tiny (really tiny) understairs bathroom. Client very happy with it most importantly but would appreciate comments on whether the layout is ‘correct’. Particularly around window. I found that whatever I did I was left with a super-tiny tile nearest the sloping ceiling but the grout gap would be too big in my opinion to not tile it. Think your eye would be drawn to it especially as the client wanted grey grout. I figured that spacing everything across would have upset the symmetry around the window which is what you see facing you as you walk in. The right decision or should I have left the window tiles off-centre as nobody would have noticed? Likewise I felt that the tiling in the recess should follow the stretcher bond tile layout on the top and bottom but the sides looked better without vertical joins wrapping round. I did consider after that perhaps I should have done the entire recess in single tiles, ie cut edge facing out on all four sides? All feedback welcome. Not looking for a pat on the back if its fine so feel free to **** it off. Always keen to learn. Apologies. Photos seem to all be sideways.