The process for installing the floors in the bedroom is not as straight forward as it could be. I decided that I wanted the floors to follow the same angle as the oriel window which is a focal point of the whole house.
The first step was to find the angle of the first cut, not surprising it was 31.6 degrees.
Above is the end of day one estimating the way the angles will look.
I then cut each of the boards to the right length using a bezel square for the angles. Normally when installing floors you would leave a 1/4"-1/2" of space around the edge of the room for expansion.
For this application I cut them exact to size so that I have room to trim after they are nailed.
Above is the first corner of the room. The boards are not nailed in the photo above.
When setting up cutting the woven patters the angles are measured using a bevel square.
Then the blade is moved to allow for space for the new board to slip over the tongue on the board already in place.