How to Pick Out the Perfect Paint Color

  1. Rebecca Neustel says:

    I’ve started doing that on the actual Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, etc. sites before I ever go to the store. Anytime I’m on a blog or see a photo where a paint color is mentioned, I look it up. It has really been an eye opener to color tones.

  2. April says:

    OH! MY! GOSH! I know this is an old post but I started at your very first post & have been reading them all in order.. 🙂 That’s how much inspiration I get from you & Deb! It started on Instagram 🙂 This is THEE answer I have been searching for my whole life ! haha I have an AWFUL time picking paint colors! So much so that I often just leave the walls because I am SURE I wont be able to pick what I really have in my head. Thanks so much for this post! I am no longer scared to paint me walls & may start this very weekend!!

  3. Cristina says:

    Omg this is the best paint post I’ve ever read makes so much sense and could’ve saved me a lot of work throughout the years had I known lol. I’m the same with the white too. I literally just use the white out of the can haha. But I am trying to find the best creamy white to paint my bedroom. So I’ll want it to pop against the trim a little bit. But I’ll try this trick and I should be fine. Love you both and love your stories. Thanks for sharing your lives with us! Xoxo Cristina

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awwww. thanks for the kind words. And Yes.. this trick is usually fool proof.

  4. Becca says:

    This is literally the BEST trick!! Also, I take my swatches out into natural sunlight. It’s WAY more true than harsh store lighting!! You ladies are seriously the best!! Hope that breakfast casserole was delish!! Blessings to you!!

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