Lets start with tile sizes!
Each tile measures 30 x 30 cm.
Each tile is around 2mm thick.
The easiest way to measure is to calculate your length x width in CMs & work out how many 30 x 30 cm tiles fit the area.
For example your area is 90 x 120 cm, this means 3 tiles will fit the 90 cm length & 4 tiles will fit the 120 cm length. Once you have this you just need to calculate 3 x 4 tiles which = 12 tiles (this is how many tiles you will need)
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Square & Rectangular Areas
Work out how many 30x30cm tiles fit into your rooms length & do the same for the width. Once you have this X the amount of tiles needed for the width by the amount needed for the length.
For example if 8 tiles fit into your length & 4 into the width you would need to do 4 tiles x 8 tiles = 28 tiles.
Measure the width x length in 2 sections & work out how many 30x30cm tiles fit into each.
Example- Green section, 3 tiles fit the width & 3 tiles fit the length. 3 tiles x 3 tiles = 9 tiles
White section, 9 tiles fit the length & 3 tiles fit the width. 3 tiles x 9 tiles = 27 tiles.
Total amount of tiles needed = 36 tiles
Mostly Rectangular Area
With rooms like this it is best to treat it as a standard rectangular / square room & just trim the tiles to suit your particular area.
Split your room into sections & measure each following the instructions from 'L-Shaped Rooms'
Example- Green section, 3 tiles fit width, 3 tiles fit length. 3 tiles x 3 tiles = 9 tiles.
Grey section, 2 tiles fit width, 3 tiles fit length. 2 tiles x 3 tiles = 6 tiles.
White section, 9 tiles fit length, 3 tiles fit width. 9 tiles x 3 tiles = 27 tiles
Total tiles needed = 42 tiles