17 Apr 2020
9 Creative Ways To Use Left Over Tiles
Do you have leftover tiles at home? Currently looking for a new craft project? Why not try some of these nifty ideas for upcycling at home, using leftover tiles. Why not get into your creative side during this Stay at Home Stay Safe period.
1. Tile Art
Why not use some acrylic paints or markers and get creative with designs on top of plain tiles. These can then be grouped together and framed to create unique, personal pieces of Art for your home.
2. Make a Cheese Board
All the high-end restaurants use marble and slate pieces for plates these days. So why not see if you have any spare slate or marble pieces, they are perfect for your luxury cheese board.
3. Refurb a Serving Tray
Use some leftover mosaic tiles or larger tile pieces to create your own decorative tray. Use some adhesive or silicone to stick the tiles and then fill in the gaps with grout.
4. Style Up a Table Top
Just like styling up a serving tray. Using leftover tiles to upgrade a Garden, Bathroom or even Kitchen tabletop is a great way to inject some character and life into plainer furniture pieces. Use some adhesive or silicone to stick the tiles and then fill in the gaps with grout.
5. Cover a Planter or Vase
Add some colour to your plant pots by wrapping them in some pattern tiles. Use some adhesive or silicone to stick the tiles and then fill in the gaps with grout.
6. Frame a Mirror
Surround a Mirror with some leftover mosaics, to add some wow factor to a hall or bathroom mirror.
7. Create Bespoke Coasters
Use suitable tile paints or pens preferably acrylic to add designs to tiles to make the perfect coasters.
8. Tile Photo Magnets
Use some of your precious prints attached to tiles using PVA glue. Then buy some sticky magnets for the back and voila!
9. Unique Wedding Favours
For something a little bit different! If your great at calligraphy or know someone who is, then get creative with tile place names for special events and weddings.
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