The ability to see paint colours on your home exterior before you actually paint can save a lot of money. Interactive paint tools give you the option to view an endless amount of colour combinations before purchasing the paint. Most paint manufacturers and some home experts offer free tools on their websites to assist you in choosing exterior house paint colours.
Benjamin Moore Personal Color Viewer
Benjamin Moore's Personal Color Viewer, a paint tool accessible online, shows users how paint colours will look on the outside of their home. Use one of their sample home exterior photos or upload one of your own. Pick your body, trim and accent colours on the tool to view how they should look painted on your home. Learn about colour basics such as the colour wheel and colour psychology--through tutorials provided with the tool.
Sherwin-Williams Color Visualizer
The Sherwin-Williams Color Visualizer, available online, allows you to upload an exterior home photo or use one of their sample home styles which include arts and crafts, french country, colonial, ranch, Spanish revival and Victorian. Choose from among any Sherwin-Williams palette colours to select your wall, trim, door and accent colours. Search by colour name or scroll through various palette colours. When you click on a colour, its name and number appear along with its collection and colour family name.
Bob Vila's Paint Designer
Home repair expert Bob Vila has created an interior and exterior paint visualisation tool named Paint Designer. This tool offers six different house styles. It gives you the option to choose the primary house colour along with trim, casing, door and accent colours. Choose from among several house styles including colonial, cape code and contemporary. Scroll through a gallery of colour palettes which offer complimentary colour palettes. Use the integrated exterior paint estimator to determine the price for your painting project.
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