Decide area for removal of the broken tiles and replace with a homemade mosaic by using the actual broken tiles and others and get some mortar and grout a tile trowell, vinegar to wash your hands with, and a diy tile setter web site.
You can repair them or even paint them. https://youtu.be/hlMpkXVIDag
You could remove the broken/cracked tiles and replace them with a contrasting tile to make a design.
Until you can do a proper repair, could you cover them with a rig?
Wear protective clothing and eye wear. If you are successful at getting decent pieces you can use them to make a mosaic on a table top.
Hi Maria, I would carefully remove the tiles and replace them with new. The broken tiles could be made into a mosaic on a table top.
you can caulk the crack, then maybe paint over?
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If possible and you have spare tiles, I would recommend removing and replacing. However, you probably won't be able to find spare tiles to match. You can always get contrasting tiles and randomly place them around the area - like it was intended to be that way from the beginning.
Hi Maria. You could try to fix them yourself. Use a good glue, perhaps Gorilla Glue, to glue the broken tiles back together. Then paint them to resemble how they were originally.
Throw an area rug over the spot where they are cracked ?
Go to Habitat for Humanity or Floor and Decor and see if they have matching tiles. The reason I say Habitat is they get leftovers and have some of the older style tiles.. Then carefully remove the tile. You will probably need a grout tool to get it out properly. Clean the area well, then use mastic to "glue" the new tile in place. Regrout.
Hello do you have replacement tiles? If not perhaps a rug to cover might be helpful.
Hi Maria: Do you have pictures of the areas that are broken? That would help immensely. Also, what type of tile is it? That will have a bearing on how to do a repair. Thanks
First you need to find out why they are cracking. Could be a poor installation over not thick enough sub floor. If that's the case you'll have to replace. They will continue to crack.
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