So you've broken a mirror...a very large, floor length mirror. Turn your luck around and use the pieces to create a wall mosaic in your bathroom. Use industrial strength adhesive to attach pieces onto the wall and finish with unsanded grout to fill in the spaces between
She didn't know she'd dropped it as she fled. But he knew. He saw, and he hurt for her as he gazed on the relic which seemed to him to hold so much of her. How fitting that it was now cracked and broken.
Designing the bathroom was a time-intensive process that took Karalla three months of 18-hour days. "The bathroom is all recycled glass, it’s a mosaic of glass," she says. "It ends up saving the manufacturer money because they would have to pay to dispose the mirror, because it’s damaged or cracked, so I would go over and just pick up sheets of damaged mirror and cut them up." Karalla estimates that the materials for the project, the recylced mirrors, sheet rock, glue, and…