Hi All Im about to embark on tiling the extension floor. In an ideal world, Id be paying someone who knows exactly what they're doing, however, because of massive unexpected extra costs, we no longer have the budget so are doing as much as we can, so please no mean comments about get someone who knows what they're doing like Ive had on another forum, as Id seriously love to do that as Im actually dreading this. Ive tiled floors, bathrooms, kitchens etc with porcelain tiles before but never on this scale, with this many aspects or with this size of tile, 600mm x 600mm porcelain tiles, my dilemma is that when Ive tiled before, Ive drawn a cross in the centre, regardless of wall or floor and tiled each quadrant from the centre outwards, but this floor means I have to consider 3 doorways, each has a different width and depth but each as important and equally noticeable if the layout isn't right? Ive included a floorpan basic drawing to make it easier to see what I have to do. Basically, How best should I begin to lay the tiles? Should I do the whole cross in the middle of the room thing again, or do I focus on one door being right and hope the others look ok? Thanks in advance.