I have wood-look large ceramic tiles for my bathroom and I don't know how to cut them without damaging. While it was easy with smaller format tiles, cutting these alongside does make me worry that the tile might snap. Any suggestions?
Wet tile saw
The best way to cut straight lines is to use a wet tile saw. This gives you a nice clean line, and is safer and significantly less messy than a dry saw because the water keeps bits from flying everywhere.
Snap tile cutter
Another option is a snap tile cutter. This scores the tile and then you can snap it easily. It doesn't produce as clean of cuts as a wet saw so it's an ok option if you are hiding the cut edge under baseboard at the edges of the room.
Another option is a tile nipper. These are only for cutting small pieces, doing detail work or cutting curves. They literally nibble a way a little bit at a time.