Nolan Painting prefers top quality Sherwin-Williams paints for the home. We recommend using the Sherwin-Williams ColorSnap® Visualizer to explore new colors for your next painting project.
Sherwin-Williams Color Visualizer: Virtual Painter
The ColorSnap® paint color matching app uses your Android or iPhone smartphone to match Sherwin-Williams’ paint colors to pictures of your favorite things. It gives you the power to take real-world colors and turn them into paint-color swatches – all on your smartphone.
Want a room that reminds you of your favorite flower? Snap a picture of the flower to find the Sherwin-Williams paints that match.
Want to match a room to an existing furniture piece of rug? Snap a picture to have a color palette created.
Capture color inspiration whenever—and wherever!
Download the ColorSnap® Visualizer on your phone today:
Use the ColorSnap® Visualizer on your desktop to find expertly designed color palettes or use images from around the world to discover color options and palettes.
With the visualizer inspirational photos and expert color palettes, the possibilities are endless!
Paint a Scene
The Sherwin Williams Visualizer tool allows you to try new colors online with photos of your home. All you need is a digital photo that you can upload to the Sherwin Williams Virtual Painter via your mobile device or desktop. Then drag and drop a color or use the brush to virtually paint your scene.
Don’t waste time and money on the wrong color! Give the virtual painter from Sherwin Williams a try!
Our color consultants can help you choose the perfect colors for your home.
Schedule a Free Color Consultation by booking your next job. Call us at (610) 572-2806
“I always use Nolan because of their professionalism, careful, thorough work and cleanliness, and because of how they go above and beyond. This last time, one of their guys put in extra hours to fix something he didn’t have to, so that the job would look perfect. From the first estimate through to follow-up, they are a model of excellence.”anonymous | MAY. 1, 2017