Katy Perry Has A Cool New Way To Help You Pick Your Paint Color


Choosing an old-fashioned paint color is notoriously intimidating – looking at a huge wall of paint chips can quickly turn from exciting to exhausting. But Katy Perry, in collaboration with Behr Paint and Spotify, has just launched a new tool that just might eliminate fatigue. Called Music in Color, it’s an inventive website that lets you type in a song of your choice and receive a color recommendation based on that song.

When using the color picker, consider the room you want to paint before choosing a song. Although “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars might be the right fit for a living room or playroom, in the bedroom you would probably be more likely to play something a little cooler, like Kacey Musgraves’ “Slow Burn”. Respectively, the two songs suggest Joyful Orange and a subdued blue tone called Glass Sapphire.

Perry’s song “Never Really Over” is associated with the color Laser Lemon.

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A slightly more old school song, say “I Got You Babe” by Sonny and Cher, makes Diva Glam, a chic dark pink perhaps ideal for a funky office or dining room. Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” track, led by a piano, offers Sea of ​​Tranquility, a calm and appropriate shade of blue, which could be suitable for a common area or a teenager’s bedroom. After using the tool and starting your painting journey, you’ll end up with a piece that not only evokes the emotions of the color itself, but also the spirit of the song.

Once you’ve picked a song and found its coordinating paint color, Music in Color lets you learn more about the selected shade, order a peel and stick sample swatch, or just order the paint and them. appropriate supplies. Along with the launch of the Color Picker, Katy Perry curated a color palette of 12 different shades inspired by some of her biggest pieces and outfits.

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