For people with imagination, everything is moving, especially here in Russia, people come up with everything from everything, as they say, “The need for inventions is cunning.” Therefore, often old broken things are not thrown away, but stored on balconies and in sheds. What if it comes in handy. Today we want to talk about just such a case when you can create very beautiful things from broken dishes.
You can use broken dishes even in construction to decorate the facade of the building. There are a lot of fragments, so let all your friends, acquaintances and relatives know that you are collecting fragments. And also refer to the advertising boards “Give free”, quite often there are similar ads. The more people find out about your needs, the faster you will get the required amount of whipping. Glue the fragments onto the cement mortar or tile glue, you can come up with a picture and put it on the wall.
The toilet and bathroom are often tiled from the inside, which is an expensive pleasure. Instead of tiles, beaten dishes are perfect, similar to the facade, come up with a picture or just a color scheme and do creative work. Only with interior decoration it is worth being careful, if it is not particularly important on the facade how you lay the fragments, then inside you need to ensure that there are no sharp corners that are easy to hurt, and fill the gaps between the pieces with a special grout. The solution in the joints will not look aesthetically pleasing. In the same way, the kitchen apron is laid out on the wall above the countertop.
Spoiled tables can also be updated and decorated. The table surface must be thoroughly cleaned and degreased, and glued to liquid nails or other reliable adhesive. But as you don’t lay out the fragments, anyway the surface will turn out to be uneven and it’s impossible to put dishes on such a table normally. To correct irregularities, it will be necessary to fill the surface with epoxy resin or something like that. A little expensive, but you will get a beautiful and high-quality table. Kitchen worktops can do the same.
Mosaics from fragments of utensils are lined with various products, for example, flower pots and tubs, facades of drawers and cabinet doors, picture frames and mirror frames. There are a lot of options. If the handle of a teapot has fallen off, then we will saw the teapot vertically in half, leaving a spout and part of the walls. Apply glue to the cut and attach to a previously prepared surface. As a result, we get a hanger (nose) and a small pocket for small things (the rest of the walls of the kettle and the surface plane).
Some even manage to make decorations from the remnants of colored dishes. Small pieces are sawn and glued together. In the right places, holes are made into which a chain or cord is threaded. It is important that the cut point is perfectly flat so that there are no gaps between the parts.