Tech Home Review: The Benjamin Moore Personal Color Viewer

Tools that save consumers time and money are crucial when it comes to interior design and renovations.  Since interior designing begins with a concept and a vision, there are many opportunities to waste resources.  A few coats of paint, pulled up carpet and spackle buckets later, you realize that perhaps the design vision was flawed.  That is why you will love the Benjamin Moore Personal Color Viewer.

Thanks to technology, the Benjamin Moore Personal Color Viewer allows customers and designers alike to make paint color changes before making a commitment to them and all with the speed of light.

The Benjamin Moore Personal Color Viewer

It takes a little while to get used to the program tools which requires uploading a picture of a room, then masking over the areas you want to paint over in green.  Always remember to save your work as you go along.  Once the masking is completed on the walled areas of your virtual room, click the paint photo icon on the bottom right of the page where a variety of colors are available for selection.

Browse through the cavernous selection of Benjamin Moore Personal Color Viewer paint swatches then select the color you’d like to sample and voila, the room is painted with no muss, no fuss.  The virtual paint job is meant to give a proximate idea of how a color will look in any room and the upside is you don’t get any paint on your hands.

Additionally, the app has a menu selection of store locations, color theory guides that you can download and it even offers experimentation with virtual faux finishes.  The Benjamin Moore Personal Color Viewer app downloads easily

to any computer desktop.  Color your interior design dreams happy with the Benjamin Moore Personal Color Viewer.

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