Benjamin Moore Paint Samples come in over 3,000 colors so you can easily try on a paint color before you commit to the time and expense of painting an entire room.
Sampling a paint color at home, is the best way to get an accurate sense of how the color will look in the room
Each 8 oz. eggshell paint color sample covers approximately one 4' X 4' or four 2' x 2' areas with 2 coats of paint. Order multiple colors to test and test them in your home to compare your favorite choices under different lighting conditions throughout the room.
We understand how important it is to get your samples quickly so you can get your painting project underway, and are committed to getting your purchase to you as quickly and affordably as possible. If ordering online for delivery, paint sample orders will ship out within 24 hours. Shipping on paint samples is always free. If ordering for pickup, your order can be ready in a local store in as little as two hours.
The Benjamin Moore Paint Sample Half-Pint comes in the Interior Latex Eggshell formula. The finish of the paint sample may differ from the actual paint you purchase, depending on the type of paint and sheen you choose. Click here to learn more about choosing the best paint finish for your project.
Although Benjamin Moore color samples are 100% real paint, it is not recommended for use to coat an entire room or wall, or to use as touch-up paint. 8oz. paint samples are formulated only to test colors and do not contain the performance-enhancing components found in Benjamin Moore's regular paints. As such, it does not come with color-lasting guarantees and may not hold up over time. Benjamin Moore's premium paint products like AURA, Regal Select, and ADVANCE contain a variety of performance formulas to fit different uses in the home, including ColorLock Technology, moisture resistance, and scuff resistance.
If your project requires less than a gallon of paint, we offer most Benjamin Moore paints in a quart to cover 85-100 square feet.
Yes, this paint sample can be used to test interior and exterior colors.
What's the best way to test a color sample on my wall?
When deciding on a paint color, interior designers and professional painters paint use a paint sample pint to create movable swatches of actual paint that show how interior paint colors change in their environment according to the lighting and time of day.
Paint color will appear a little different on every wall depending on a few details, including varying degrees of sunlight, proximity to artificial light, and even the direction a room faces. To ensure you like a paint color all around the room, observe paint swatches throughout the day to note how different types of natural and artificial light affect the undertones of the color, and how it looks next to trim, doors, and furnishings in the room.
If you are planning to use the color in more than one room, we recommend ordering all color options at once so you can test them simultaneously.
Painting samples directly on the wall will require extra prep work to cover all of the sampled areas, can create unsightly splotches throughout your home, and the color representation may be affected by the underlying wall color.
Make your own DIY Color Tester Boards using our handy Paint Sampling Kit.
Once you have sampled the color in your home and are satisfied with your color choice, you'll want to make sure you select the best type of interior paint for your home. Ring's End carries a variety of Benjamin Moore paints products in flat, matte, eggshell, satin, and semi-gloss finishes. Our Benjamin Moore Interior Paint Guide can help you compare the options and find the type of paint that's the best fit for your project.
A favorite among designers and paint pros for its quality and breadth of color, Benjamin Moore paint is durable, splatter-resistant, easy to spread, and fast-drying. Benjamin Moore paints outperform the brands you’ll find in big box stores. This means that you'll get excellent coverage with fewer coats, saving you time and money in the long run.
A good place to start when choosing a paint color is to decide if you want a warm color or a cool color. Each color family contains different characteristics and evokes unique feelings which can help assist you in picking the best paint colors for your space.
Cool color families —such as greens, blues, aquas, and purple colors —tend to bring relaxation and a sense of calm to a room or space. They can also be used to create a sleek, modern environment. At the opposite end of the spectrum, warm colors, such as those in the red, orange, and yellow families, are typically used to create a cozy, comfortable environment and breathe energy and passion into a space.
Paint colors in the cool color family can make a smaller room feel larger, so they are often used in small bedrooms or bathrooms. Warm paint colors, on the other hand, tend to make a large space feel more inviting.
Commonly used spaces like the family room or a bathroom should have some color on the walls. This helps to hide any imperfections. If it's a less commonly used room, like the bedroom, you can go with a lighter color that has the potential to show some wear.
With so many choices, we know it can be hard to narrow down the options. Our Benjamin Moore Color Guides can help you sort through some of the subtle differences like undertones and light reflective values (LRV), see examples of the color in real-life homes, and pick out coordinating trim colors.
Here at Ring's End, we pride ourselves on providing the best products available, as well as the best customer service possible. Any one of our qualified associates can offer advice, in-store and online. Answering your questions and assisting you with your paint project matters to us.
Finding the perfect color can be a little intimidating since Benjamin Moore offers more than 3,500 colors. We can help you with your color search and guide you on how to bring your inspiration to life in a room.
In addition to assisting you with color selection, we can also help you determine if you should be using the traditional paint sample half-pint.