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Having trouble in choosing the final layout at the cabinet and wall layout.

Comments? Preferences? Warnings?

1) L Method: tile stops at vertical cabinet line.
(Edging is shaped like an L.)


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2) W Method: The tile stops at the cabinets Horizontal edge and goes to the wall (A stops at wall, B at the counter line.)

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3) Above Method
: it goes to the walls edge but also above the horizontal cabinet line by 3 or 4 tiles. (A to wall, B To Wall and below counter, C ends at counter)

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The raw edges will have a black aluminum Schluter edge on them.
Thanks,
Kevin
 

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Third time for this question?
No, the first one was deleted because it was too long. This is my one and only thread starter here.
You are thinking of a different site. Not putting all my eggs in one forum. This is supposed to be a better bunch here...
 

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