Funky Paint Ideas For Gold Coffee Table
Gold coffee table whether they are small end tables or large tables that live in the central floor area of the room, can change the atmosphere of a living room. If you like the shape and size of your coffee table, but you’re bored with the look of it or the color no longer fits into an updated interior, give it a facelift with a new funky color makeover.
Plate topped, square coffee table doubles as a game table when they are painted to resemble chess or chess. Even black and white is the most obvious choice for a game table, other color combinations that also work include brown and cream, black and yellow, gold and silver, or what colors will complement your existing color scheme. Pull out eight of eight grids of game board on the desk before painting, and use masking tape to straighten the sections and straighten the lines.
Choose a selection of complementary colors and paint ball blocks of paint on the surface of the table. This design idea works equally well with square or rectangular tables. Choose a neutral color for the background in the table and then use the small sampler pots available in the construction store to paint as large blocks of matching colors across the table surface. Leave a space between each block so that the background color shows between the blocks as a border.
Paint tiger stripes in orange and black or zebra stripes in black and white for a wild and eye-catching color effect on coffee table tops. For both types of stripes, first paint the background color, whether it is orange or white. Make the stripes look more authentic by printing a picture of the stripes to use as a template. Enlarge the image either on your printer or a copier so the stripes are the size you need them for your table, cut out the edges and arrange them on the desktop until you find the layout you want. Draw around them to make the contours and then fill in the contours with black color.
Cover the surface of the coffee table with overlapping squares and circles. Use plain paper; make a square template and a circle template. Judge the size you need of the size of your table and the effect you want to produce. Has either a lot of small figures or any larger ones. Put them on the table in the position you like and then drag them around to create an outline. Patch some of the shapes so they look like they are behind each other.