We Know How To Match Color Right
Matching paint color is an art, and the Texas Paint team knows how to do it right. There is nothing more disappointing when trying to match your color as when you get home and realize that your color is not right. Find out what happened to one customer who wanted a color called Pale Oak matched and decided to go to a different paint store and not Texas Paint.
What Can Go Wrong – Example Pale Oak
We recently heard from a customer who went to a another paint store (Valspar) to get her color match. She asked for the color Pale Oak by Benjamin Moore. This color is a sort of off cream white. To her disappointment, the color that was mixed had a pink hue to it which is not the correct paint color. Take a look at the images below. On the left side you will see two pictures of Pale Oak by Benjamin Moore. On the right hand you will see a color that Valspar called Pale Oak, but you can clearly see a pink hue which this color should not have.
Living Room – Pale Oak by Benjamin Moore
Pale Oak by Benjamin Moore
Valspar’s Pale Oak ‘Match’
We Know How To Do It
This customer should have come to Texas Paint! Texas Paint can match any color, with our color computer matching and trained mixers, you will always get the best results. Our experienced color matchers will take several computer readings and average them before using the data they have collected to get the very best results for you.