Trash to Treasure Mosaic Table

Trash to Treasure Mosaic Table

Cast-offs and broken doshes combine to create a stunning piece of home decor.

Trash to Treasure Mosaic Table
Trash to Treasure Mosaic Table

Broken dishes and other discarded items don't have to make it into your trash can! With a little creativity and ingeunity, this cast-offs can make eye-catching pieces of art and home decor. This charming mosiac table is the perfect combo of functional and fancy. We love the upscale look of the broken dishes combined with the rustic look of collage. Check out the blog post to learn how to re-create this gorgeous idea.

From the Blogger: "My Mosaic Table is a true trash to treasure love story. This project was made using dishes broken by an unfortunate accident, the base of a broken birdbath and wood from a discard kitchen cabinet. I made my project in just one day. If you want to read the whole love story (with plot twist) and not just the project..

Make sure to click on the blog link at the end of the this project post. For the full trash to treasure love story (with plot twist) make sure to click on blog post link.

Additional pictures on blog."

Materials List

  • broken dishes
  • birdbath base
  • wood top
  • industrial adhesive
  • paint
  • grout
  • grout sealer
  • dremel tool

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I so love the personal stories that inspire an artist to create something meaningful and special. I live in Wisconsin and I am wondering exactly what thrift store her daughter bought the French toile plates? I have done mosaic with broken dishes before, and I had lots of fun creating it. I am a designer at heart. So, I love this project!


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