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how to find the perfect paint for your artwork

Pink wall with painting/Photographer: Romka via Pexels/Matching paint to artwork has never been so seamless.

Matching interior paint to artwork is no easy feat. That's where our ColorMatch tool comes in. Just upload a photo of your artwork (or any image that you'd like to match paint color with) and we'll do the work for you. 

Bright graphic of a sliced orange/Photographer: Mae Mu via Unsplash/Grab visual inspiration from just about anywhere.

Whatever your color of choice, it can be downright maddening to color-match a particular shade—whether spotted in nature, on a Pinterest board, within a piece of artwork or in your own closet—to the paint you see in stores.

Conceptual image featuring deep pink colors/Photographer: Sven King via Unsplash/Experiment with paint colors from brands including Benjamin Moore, Sherwin-Williams, and Farrow & Ball.

Just upload your inspirational image here, and receive five color-matched paint samples from brands like Sherwin-Williams, Benjamin Moore, and Farrow & Ball. That's 5 paint samples, matched precisely to your image. Sound easy? That's 'cause it is.

Try it here.

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