Any ideas for a duo color child's play table

The table is long and low to floor sorta like a coffee table. I need boys colors as well as girls. How to divide the colors on the tables.
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jul 28, 2016
    Use painters blue tape for your design and painting.Just make sure it is totally secure so the paint does not seep through.

  • Kayestes Kayestes on Jul 28, 2016
    Using painters tape, tape off a border all around and then a stripe across the middle. Paint the large areas with red and the stripe and border blue. Then you could stamp or stencil white stars over the blue borders. Colors are nuetral as well as a Patriotic Touch. Good luck with whatever you do. Just making this for the kids you are already a winner.

  • Jean Myles Jean Myles on Jul 28, 2016
    How about Ying /Yang usually black and white but could be cute in pink /Blue or some othe colour combination.

  • MaryAnn Kelly MaryAnn Kelly on Jul 29, 2016
    You can do the legs in different colors. The top in a light color, then stripes in the legs colors or intersecting circles - making the intersections a combination of the overlapping circles. I used Lazertran(a transfer film that must be printed at an office store-not home computer ink) that I printed with flower fairies to make old fashioned decals, that I put on the table and then coated with spray polyurethane. I printed the pictures at home with as many designs on the page as possible. You could use Disney or comic book pictures instead. Have Fun!

  • Lan9183298 Lan9183298 on Jul 29, 2016
    Surprised by quick responses I'm gonna love this place

  • Dusty Dusty on Jul 29, 2016
    If you stay away from pink, just about any color can pass as boy or girl. Look at the colors in your room. I'd let the children pick out several colors ( from a list I made). Paint the whole table black. Allow it to dry good, then haphazardly press down painters tape in all directions. Or, you could tape off parallel lines that are not uniformed. Paint the spaces using the colors the children chose. The black lines will really make the colors pop! Don't forget to cover with a good quality polyurethane.