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this is cool ... Lay a mirror down, take a hammer to it, pour polyurethane over - Amazing bathroom floor - or could do for a desk top.. or coffee table..WALKING ON BROKEN GLASS <3

Lay a mirror down, take a hammer to it, pour polyurethane over - Amazing bathroom floor - or could do for a desk top. or coffee table.WALKING ON BROKEN GLASS I would have this for a desk top instead of the floor.

3D epoxy floors let you experience the thrill of going to the toilet in public by using angled photos and multiple transparent layers to turn your bathroom into an outdoor space. Imperial, a company from Dubai, has cornered the 3D floor design market for now, but this product is too popular to remain exclusive for long.

epoxy floors using angled photos and multiple transparent layers to turn your bathroom into an outdoor space. Imperial, a company from Dubai, has cornered the floor design market

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(Narnia or not. How awesome would this be as a kid!) Wardrobe Passage to Hidden Narnia-Themed Playroom. Secret rooms are the BEST!

18 Awesome House Ideas!

18 Awesome House Ideas These look cool EXCEPT for the sandbox office. Inside the house?

Bathroom floor. I love how it looks so clean, but still has some sparkle to it.

Bathroom floor with mosaic inlays. Beautiful tile layout and contrast between semi-matte and shiny. Great for the girls bathroom.

Epoxy Floor

Epoxy Floor

There is this tint called Mixol that you just pour into the polyurethane, and it comes out in amazing colors.

Thein's floors~ ocean floor // using a tint called Mixol, you can pour it into polyurethane, and it comes out in amazing colors.

How to make your own penny tile sheets and flooring. This would look fantastic and I bet it is actually cost effective.

a penny saved. is a tile floor! She used a mosaic mesh to make penny tiles for an entryway area. Might be useful in thinking about the TILE mosaic table top I'm thinking about - and the penny floor is interesting, too.

Wondering what to do with that jar of pennies collecting dust in the back of your cupboard? Well, we’ve finally found a good use for them thanks to Tonya Tooners. The Portland, Oregon-based DIY enthusiast used over 13,000 coins to make a beautiful patterned floor in her house, and as you can see, it’s worth every penny!

Wondering what to do with that jar of pennies collecting dust in the back of your cupboard? Well, we’ve finally found a good use for them thanks to Tonya Tooners. The Portland, Oregon-based DIY enthusiast used over coins to make a beautiful pattern

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Hope it works better than the one in the in the closet floor of the beach house. damn thief's Secret safe place to hide valuables jewellery

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Dega® Art: surfaces for resin floors and coatings obtained with mixed techniques and variously assorted inserted decorations.

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