Thanks to high technology, choosing colors for house painting in San Ramon has become so much easier. This technology enables you to preview your home with the colors that you are considering. Wouldn't it be great to be able to do that before you actually buy paint? With these digital painting tools, visualizing what a paint color would look like on the walls is much easier to do. Some of these digital tools even allow you to explore more choices and possibilities, in just one click. Most of these digital tools are free to use.
1. CBN Selector (http://www.cbnsystem.com/home/cbn-selector/)
One of the most powerful and complex digital software programs, CBN Selector allows you to look at thousands of shades painted on a variety of surfaces, including heavy-textured walls such stucco. Once you've chosen a particular shade, it will generate a "Color By Numbers" Code that will allow you to order the right color combination from your chosen paint dealer in San Ramon. CBN Selector’s calibration tool also helps you to see real digital shades. There is a free trial available, but you can also purchase a one year license for the software.
2. Colorjive (http://colorjive.com/home.action)
Sign up for a free account at their website. This tool allows you to upload photos of your home, and then experiment with different colors and shades until you'll finally find the color of your choice. While experimenting with different colors on the pictures, you can find a wide array of shades, and you can save three versions of your home with different colors. This is a great tool which is also easy to use.
3. Benjamin Moore Personal Color Viewer (http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-your-home/personal-color-viewer)
This free paint color preview software by Benjamin Moore allows you to prepare multiple samples of how different colors will look on both your home's interior and exteriors, and even your roof. Registration is needed to explore this software, but once you've signed up, there's an online app that can be downloaded to your PC.
4. Valspar's Virtual Painter (http://www.valsparpaint.com/en/explore-colors/painter/)
Another paint color visualizing tool, it also lets you upload photos of your house, and try each one with Valspar's offering of different colors and shades.
5. Sherwin-Williams Painting Images Color Simulator (http://www.sherwin-williams.com/architects-specifiers-designers/color/)
Sherwin Williams gives you the option of choosing photographs that are similar to your home. Go over to the Sherwin-Williams color palette which offers a wide range of colors and shades. Experiment with the color combinations until you have chosen your preferred paint color.
6. Better Homes & Gardens Color-A-Home (http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/exteriors/curb-appeal/welcome-to-color-a-home/)
Another free color combination suggesting tool, your registration is needed to explore a vast variety of color combinations for different house styles using their specialized, free tools.
These digital paint color simulation tools will help you choose the colors t use for your home. These digital online tools are a great way to better visualize your home with the paint colors you've chosen, and to help you decide on specific paints that meet your preferences and budget when you are for house painting in San Ramon.