A paint color samples is a cheap solution. It costs 20-30 kr and can be purchased in all paint shops, most color traders and in general construction markets such as. Most people gradually know the idea of painting a single wall or a field on the wall in a different color than the wall color in the rest of the room. Buying a whole bucket of paint can, however, be an expensive affair. Especially if you have to paint it all over again when moving from the home. A color sample is typically ¾ L paint and according to the instructions, covers up to 8 m2. However, this depends on the quality of the paint and how powerful the color should be. Rain with the half – usually paint 2 times to make the color completely clear.
Keep in mind that you can often not buy a full white or black color sample. So the wall must be painted over again before moving away, then paint with a color sample as close to white as possible before painting the entire room. If your list of potential colors is quite long, you may find it useful to create an album of favorites with your pre-selection. Or use color samples to reduce your color choices. When you have an armed idea about the type of color scheme you want to create, you can have a paint color visualizer sample of each on.
Try on paper and not on the wall
Instead of painting directly on the wall, you may find it useful to use paper. Apply two layers on A4 paper or cardboard. And hang it on different walls throughout the day to see how the colour shades changes with natural light and artificial light. Do not forget to write the name of the tone on the back of each sheet.
Play with light
Different parts of the room will inevitably receive different amounts of light. Which is why it is so important that you place the testers around the room throughout the day. Try to locate the same sheet of paper painted in a sunny area in the morning. And observe how it looks in the afternoon, under artificial light. You will see that the effects of light particularly influence whites. It is also important to keep in mind that most of the colors will look slightly darker and colder in the south facing rooms. Because the light is cooler and flatter.