I'm sure you're wondering how it works, and it's really easy. You simply select the ColourView feature in the Dulux Colour App, take a photo of a room, or upload an existing one to the app, then select a Dulux colour to virtually paint a section of the image. Within minutes you can visualise your colour choice and see your ideas come to life, without even picking up a paintbrush. I tested it out on some of the Dulux interior rooms provided on the app to demonstrate, but I also had fun playing around with some photos from home. Depending on what you are looking at paining, whether it be walls, ceilings, tabletops or craft projects, it's as easy as snap, colour and view.
I've mentioned several times lately how much I love earthy colours, so you'll see I've stepped outside of my all-white comfort zone to experiment with some beautiful greens and muted greys. Perfect for those who are renovating, Dulux ColourView allows you to move away from safe shades and achieve your dream colour without the fear of making mistakes.
Dulux ColourView gives you the ability to experiment with more than 960 Dulux colours until the hue is just right. The easy to navigate Dulux Colour App also has a host of existing features including the clever ‘Colour Capture’ function which easily finds the closest Dulux colour match to any colour using the device’s camera and ‘Browse Colour’.
Compatible with iPhones and iPads, the new Dulux ColourView features on the free Dulux Colour App or is available to existing Dulux Colour App users as a free update, which can be downloaded here.
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