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Find Your Paint Color with Samplize a Peel-and-stick Paint Sample
Samplize | Peel-and-Stick Paint Samples Made with Real Paint
Make faster design decisions without dealing with the hassle of paint. Simply peel and stick to view real paint on the wall. Two coats are applied with rollers for color accuracy and texture that is as good as it gets. Experiment in a variety of locations.
Then I saw the ad for Samplize — a woman had a paint square that she was sticking on the wall!! I cannot be more excited, or passionate to share this company with you because I know it will change the dreaded paint color selection dilemma and will help you avoid the fuss of going to the store waiting for samples and the time. I became a happy customer and reached out to the asking if they wanted to work together so I can really share with you how much I love this company and hope it will simplify your home paint projects. In the past, I selected colors based on the swatch because I hated the idea of painting a swatch or going to the store or having to make up my mind times. Painting samples on the wall is such a mess, and the time back and forth to the store standing in line trying to decide on the spot under some crummy fluorescent lighting and pressure with a salesperson standing there ready to take your order — painting can be such a pain.
A week or two ago, my mother in law sent me a link to Samplize. They specialize in adhesive lined paint samples which means you literally peel the adhesive backing off and stick the sample directly to the wall. I was pretty intrigued, so I ordered a few so I could test them out for you guys. They come in a 12x12 square, and right now they only offer paint colors from Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, and Farrow and Ball. Once the samples were delivered, I immediately put them up and shared the process in my stories.