Broken porcelain and tiles do not cause anything,except regret. But there are excellent examples of the use of pieces and debris that can cause you to deliberately beat dishes and tiles. For example, a mosaic "apron" for a kitchen wall above a sink, a plate and a working surface! Such a mosaic is more than just an apron overworking surface. An excellent combination of warm and slightly cold shades, tiny pieces of tile and filigree work give rise to a stunning kitchen decor, simple and rich at the same time. Broken plates and porcelain utensils are gathered together in pieces. Black primer creates an ideal background for the mosaic masterpiece. And here is an example of not just abstract patterns, but a real still-life of tiles and porcelain. Mosaic dishes, a vase with chamomiles and vegetables are perfect for decorating kitchens. The debris does not have to be flat. The three-dimensional pieces will create a three-dimensional image, which will surely become the central element of the kitchen decor. Such an apron with sunflowers above the stove is perfect for a kitchen in national or rustic style. A simple modern pattern is created from pieces of tile cut by a cutter, and not with a hammer. Therefore, each part is perfectly adjacent to the next, like a puzzle piece - a puzzle.