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Painting samples and moving them around the room isn't helpful if it's the wrong color.


Lori Sawaya
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That's just one reason why it's smart to use color notations.

Color notations that define and describe color appearance - color science - is an efficient framework to use to determine which colors you should invest in testing in your space.

Whether you're painting your own samples or purchasing, the process costs money - it is an investment of both time and money.

Using hue, value, chroma and LRV to navigate to paint colors that technically, tangibly relate on a color DNA level to fixed finishes and/or important elements in the space is just a smarter way to sample.

And it reduces the cost and waste of testing paint colors significantly.

Painting samples and moving them around the room isn't helpful if it's the wrong color.


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