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How to correctly use a test pot colour
Paint the testers onto some card or paper, not the walls.
This way they can be moved around so you can see the colour in different areas of the room and you can take them with you when picking out cushions and other accessories.
Look day and night
Light has a huge impact on how we perceive colour. If you are going to be using your room all day long you need to love the colour in the morning, afternoon and evening. As the natural light shifts during the day, your colour will look different, and will also change again under the artificial light of evening time
Don’t line them up.
It’s natural for us the line up all our testers next to each other to compare them but the reality is this really isn’t helpful. You may discount a perfect colour because it looks ‘too green’ next to the more blue tester on the left. But once you’ve painted the room you won’t have that random (more blue) tester next to it, so your colour won’t appear ‘too green’! So don’t discount a colour because of the way it looks next to another colour. Consider each tester one at a time. Prop one tester up, consider if for 24hrs, then put it away and prop a different colour up.