Caromal Colours Samplers Against Samplers…

Another photo folder to clean out – this one housed a number of samplers I created for customers…  sometimes there are many combos to create, like an assembly line

These tile, formica and paint samples were sent to me in the mail…  the owner was curious to what they looked like against various combos.  Here is the bayberry textured basecoat,  with lighter toner on the top section, and heavier toner on the bottom

and here is the Cobblestone, sanded back to the original cabinet color (cherry) and then toned

or Mustard/chipping creme/Peppercorn sanded back then toned –

Chocolate, sanded back to light wood, then toned

Pumpkin/chipping creme/Parchment, sanded back then toned.   I like this one with everything…

Paprika/chipping creme/Parchment, sanded and toned – like this one too…

How about Pumpkin/chipping creme/Peppercorn, sanded back and toned?

Cobblestone/chipping creme/Peppercorn, sanded back and toned –

When you have projects you are contemplating, but are unsure which finish or color to choose, I highly suggest working up samplers, and laying them out and around your space.  If you’re anything like me, I need the visual.   Get some paint and create your own – you can order the colors in 8 ounce samplers,  or order actual finished 3 inch wood samples  – we’ll custom create them here for you – just tell us what colors/texture/distressing level and we’ll do it for you.

For more information about the Caromal Colours textured basecoats,  head here   distressing paints

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2 responses to “Caromal Colours Samplers Against Samplers…

  1. …so what did they end up picking??? 🙂

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