The rectangle kitchen table can be a place to gather with your family for meals, to enjoy a morning cup of coffee and relax after a long day, but it’s a great piece of furniture that can be slippery and a bit of a disgrace to city. Change it up with a few cans of paint that can take your table from anything you want to cover with placemats for something you want to show. Make your kitchen table in the center of family activity by painting a game board right at the top. To make the board, you need only two colors or use table original color as a color of the colors.
Paint work surface and let dry, then cut triangle shapes out of masking tape and place to place. Male table again, let dry, peel off the tape to reveal rectangle below and start to challenge family members to a fight. Other board that lends itself to simple rectangle kitchen table painting includes chess and checkers, which also requires only two colors, and a ruler to mark off squares. Instead of focusing on the height, turn the tables and keep track of your children’s hands by painting them in a mural on your kitchen table.
Pour paint into paper plates and have your child gently tap one of his hands in the paint, then firmly press your hand on the rectangle kitchen table, left a hand print. Use a different color for each hand, and different colors for each family member. Make several handprints around the edge of the table or just one for each hand a year, making room for an annual painting ceremony to show the difference in the hand size over time.