Creative individuals know where to attach seemingly unnecessary or broken things / materials. Take, for example, broken ceramic tiles - its original cost is quite high, and therefore throwing it away does not raise your hand. However, even from a bat tile you can create a real miracle - just as one master did.
He and his wife moved to a new house, where the bathroom already had an old tile, and the family had a small mosaic blue tile for a long time. Turning on his wits, the husband decided that, finally, the moment came when the broken tile could serve faithfully. He wanted to unusually decorate the shower stall, and for this he came up with a wall panel of bat tiles in the form of a lizard and dragonfly.
The work was not easy, but the result, as you can see, is beyond all praise. To begin with, the master found a suitable image of a lizard and dragonfly and transferred them to the wall. He laid out the lizard with mosaic blue tiles, and the space around it was made with ordinary bat tiles that was in the house.
The predatory lizard needed a “target”, and therefore a dragonfly was laid out on the next wall, on the same principle.
Here is how the panel looked in the shower before grouting:
And so - after (the master specifically made a contrast):
Hard work brought more than a decent result!