I have virtually no DIY experience, apart from re-painting, and need some help with planning how to approach replacing our shower room. All the fittings in the shower room need to be replaced. There are cork tiles on concrete floor, ceramic tiles on walls, toilet, pedestal basin and shower tray/enclosure to be removed.
Already bought, and to be delivered this week are
shower tray/enclosure, pedestal basin, close-coupled toilet, ceramic wall tiles, laminate flooring.
Ideally, in what order should the work be done? Should the laminate flooring go down and tiles go on the wall before the toilet and basin are fitted? If the quadrant shower tray is fitted first, how do you seal the circular gap (of 10mm) between the flooring and the tray?