Use our tools to help you visualise your colour and decide what works for you. 

In-Store Colour Wall

Pick from warm colours on the left, and cool ones on the right. The most popular colours are pulled out to the side, with the most vibrant colours at the top. Start with cool whites and neutrals if you're feeling overwhelmed. 

In store colour wall

Dulux Chips

All of our triple colour chips are a monochromatic scheme in itself.
Chip 1 below is an example of tonal variations of the one colour.
Chip 2 is an example of the same colour with three different strengths.

Chip 1 – The top or middle colour can be used on a feature wall while the bottom colour can be used as the main wall colour throughout the rest of the room. Or you can try one of our beautiful Whites as the trim colour.

Colour Chip Broadway

Chip 2 - The first colour can be used as a feature with the second full strength colour used as the main wall colour. The half strength colour can be used as the trim colour.

Dulux Sample Pots

Sample Pots

Test your favourite colours at home with a Dulux sample pot. Over 1,000 colours from the Dulux Colours of New Zealand range are available to buy in a 100ml sample pot delivered right to your door.
Alternatively you can order Free Large Colour Swatches.

Sample Pots


To avoid painting directly on the wall, use some plasterboard, or large sheet of cardboard, moving it around to catch different light across the day.

Large Colour Samples

Try a Large Colour Swatch to help you understand how a colour will look in your space. You can order up to four swatches for free simply by going to the Online Shop and clicking on your selected colours. Make sure you view the colour samples against your furnishings and in daylight or under artificial lighting, as colours can appear to change in different lighting conditions.

How to choose colour

Colour View

You can test how colours work on different surfaces using ColourView. Mix and match colours to help you visualise what things will look like. 



Keep undertones the same. Varying undertones can sometimes be more visible in certain environments, so don't use too many undertones if you're not confident with colour.