Habitat’s online colour consultant – 1 room, 4 ways

Habitat’s online colour consultant – 1 room, 4 ways
July 29, 2014

You can spend hours agonising over colour charts, painting samples of testpots on old wallpaper and still struggle to decide on which colour palette to go for when building or renovating.

Now Resene has the perfect tool to help you see how colour can change the feel of your room, and ultimately make that decision process much simpler.

New “Habitat Plus” is a taste of Resene’s Habitat magazine in between issues and focusses on one element of decorating inspiration.

This virtual decorating tool takes a room and offers four ways for interiors using various colour schemes – helping to illustrate the difference various hues can make. It offers a mix of contemporary and traditional schemes, as well as some more unusual combinations. It’s the ideal way to help you see how you can change a space through colour choices and identify the look that’s right for you.

Habitat Plus is free and available at Resene ColorShops and resellers, or view online at www.resene.co.nz/habitatplus.

 

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