When choosing paint colours for your home, it can be difficult to know where to start – but Dulux offers a range of solutions to help you find your perfect match. Explore our range of colour samples and visualisation tools to make choosing paint colours a breeze.
With over 1000 Dulux Colours of New Zealand available, narrowing down the perfect palette for your home is no easy feat. Thankfully, there are many ways to test and visualise our colour options – perhaps even without picking up a paintbrush!
You can order up to four free swatches online simply by clicking on your selected colour(s). Make sure you view the swatches against your furnishings and in daylight or under artificial lighting, as colours can appear to change in different lighting conditions.
For a more hands-on approach, Dulux Colour Sample Pots are available to purchase online in 100ml sizes, allowing you to test your chosen colour on a variety of surfaces. Or, for sample pots in larger sizes, visit your local .
Our sample pots contain our most popular low sheen paint, which offers a superior washable finish. They provide a great way for you to see how the application looks before you commit to your chosen colour.
With just a few clicks, you can instantly visualise new colours, browse different palette options and explore how you can bring your next paint project to life.
You can view the Dulux Colours of New Zealand® range on the colour walls in-store. Brighter colours can be found at the top of the wall and softer colours down the bottom. To help you find the right colour, the most popular interior and exterior colours are highlighted on the side of the wall.
All of our triple colour chips are a monochromatic scheme in itself. Chip 1 is an example of tonal variations of 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.
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.
Our qualified interior designers will work to harmonise your home with the right colour and finishing options. For in-home visits, they will join you for a home walkthrough to assess the right colour for your home’s unique light conditions, while our online service lets you share your vision through photos or virtual walkthroughs.
To order Dulux colour samples, simply click one of the colour options below and choose your preferred colour. Then, select whether you would like a paint sample pot or a colour swatch.
Available 7 days a week, start a chat with our team to discuss everything you need to gain colour confidence.