Sophisticated online technology allows you to point and click to see rooms, furnishings, and building exteriors in a vast array of colors. Best of all, much of this technology is free. One caveat: computer monitors do not render colors precisely. So use these tools to explore your ideas, then “test spot” your chosen paints in a small area before giving your Madison painting contractor the “thumbs up” to begin work.
Sign up for a free account and then upload a photo of your house or commercial property, experiment with thousands of colors, and save up to three different versions. Although you cannot render small details, this online tool is quick and easy to use. More features and options are available for a modest fee.
This website requires you to sign up for a free account and then allows you to upload photo of your home or commercial property to view your doors, trim, and much more in a wide variety of different color combinations.
This online paint color tool allows you to color sample photos showing exterior and interior views of homes. You can upload photos of your own home or commercial building by registering on the site—it’s free.
You can download this robust software and try it free for thirty days. It allows you to visualize thousands of colors on a variety of surfaces including stucco and concrete. One major benefit is that it gives you the CBN color code for any color you choose—no matter what paint company it comes from. So it doesn’t matter if you prefer a main color from one company and a trim color from another. With the CBN code in hand, any paint supplier that uses CBN can mix both colors precisely for your contractor. Colors are arranged by company, color collection, color name, and CBN code.