Looking into having them replaced, local businesses cited me $70-120 per panel. Eep!
The lamp was temporarily placed by the door for future transport to the dumpster, an act that I procrastinated on because I loved that lamp. It was like having a canker sore. It was there, it annoyed me and yet I continued to look at it (poke at it with my tongue) and be annoyed.
Well, annoyance and procrastination paid off! It struck me that I could still use the shade in some way; so I glued the largest pieces of broken glass together. And, as is apparent by my overgrown flat, that way of repurpose (of course) was as a planter! I angled the broken bits to the windows so they're not as apparent. My little herb garden is stylin' now and Toulouse is saved, yet again, from a future as kitty-burgers.
Here's the planter surrounded by some recent brunch offerings:
And of course, the main room has been rearranged yet again. Here is a sneak peek at a future post.