Everyone has items they must reuse or incorporate into a new scheme – colour matching professionally.
When researching your new scheme, you need to have with you the colours of items you must re-use or incorporate in your new design. It is impossible to take a piece of art work shopping or a large rug shopping with you, and you cannot (and must not) rely on photos.
In this module, we show you a simple way that the professionals use. You cannot carry colour in your head as lighting, different surroundings, textures, etc, alter colours so you need a method that is second best to having an actual sample.
Image: Valspar Paint sample sheets
Image: Mylands paint stand and pots of Paint from Farrow and Ball
YOU WILL BECOME CONFIDENT IN THE COLOURS YOU CHOOSE AND KNOW THEY WILL WORK WITH EACH OTHER
What is included
These videos explain two simple methods that are easy to do, cheap and as accurate as possible. Without careful colour matching, your scheme may not work so this is vital information presented in two videos and backed up with the Design Help Fact Sheets of nearly 800 words.
Colour Matching Part 1
This video explains how to colour match to existing sofas
Colour Matching Part 2
This video shows how to Colour Match to a Rug with an additional colour matching technique
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Colour MatchingFull access with downloadable Fact sheets
10 Minutes of Easy to Understand Videos
2 Complete Videos
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