Chip It!

Sherwin-Williams has announced the launch of a initially-of-its-kind web-based tool that allows patrons to select any online image and instantly identify the Sherwin-Williams paint colors that correspond to the colors contained within the depiction.

Now when you see a color while surfing the Internet on sites such as Houzz or Pinterest, there is a tool that will make paint selection simpler.

Once you’ve made a profile at www.letschipit.com, you will need to add the “CHIP IT!” bookmarklet to your Internet browser toolbar. This bookmarklet will allow you to identify up to ten Sherwin-Williams paint colors represented in online photos simply by scrolling over the image.

Don’t click the image because it will open any hyperlinks that may be associated with it. When your mouse hovers over the photo, small color swatches will appear and a blue “CHIP IT”  button. Clicking that button will make the paint palette try out for you.

Here are a few examples I tried from a few photos I had bookmarked.

chip it 1 on kitchann style

If you don’t want to use your Facebook profile to sign in, you can paste a URL address for the image into the Letschipit.com site to make your palette. If you are unsure of the image url, aptly-click it with your mouse and select “copy image url.”

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