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Bringing Colour Dreams to Life with new ColourWiz from Harris Paints
November 13, 2015
Just in time for the yuletide decorating season, Harris Paints has unveiled the revolutionary ColourWiz to help homemakers transform the most colourful of dreams into reality.
Ever wished that you could paint your bedroom the colour of the flowers in the garden or perhaps you’re inspired by your favourite sports team jersey? Now with the latest innovation from the Caribbean Champions of Colour, you can capture the colours you love or whatever inspires you as easy as 1-2-3. Download the Free ColourWiz App at Google Play or the App Store and then the fun begins! See It, Snap It and Find the closest Harris colour matches in just seconds.
The ColourWiz App also provides further colour options that complement and enhance the primary and secondary colours that were the original source of inspiration and allows you to browse through thousands of available colours.
The fun continues with the new interactive ColourWiz Virtual Designer that allows consumers to unleash their creative sides as sometimes seeing is believing. Have you come up with the perfect colour scheme for your home or business but are still not sure?
Then look no further than this cutting-edge online tool from Harris, the first of its kind in the Caribbean, to help bring your dreams to life. Transform walls, floors, countertops, cabinets and more at www.championsofcolour.com, where you can select sample rooms or easily upload your own photos and digitally create, save, print and share unlimited designs with friends and family and even ask them to vote on your designs. And during the Christmas season Harris Paints will be offering consumers the opportunity to win an iPhone 6 compliments of Flow for homemakers and design enthusiasts who post their designs created with the company’s new ColourWiz Virtual Designer using #ColourWiz on Facebook.
“Colour is our business and we want to make it as easy as possible for our customers to bring their inspirations to life. It remains our ultimate goal to restore to our customers that special sense of purpose, pride and value in their properties,” said Ian Kenyon, Chief Executive Officer, Harris Paints.
“As the Caribbean Champions of Colour, we are dedicated to helping our customers in all stages of their project. With the introduction of the ColourWiz App, coupled with the interactive ColourWiz Virtual Designer, we are incorporating technology in every step of the design process and we are providing all the tools necessary to turn unique design ideas into reality.We firmly believe that continuous innovation, in both our technology and design, will help us to make the most colourful of dreams come true,” added Kenyon.
For the next 6 months, Harris Paints is also offering consumers the ability to purchase colour with confidence through the company’s ‘Try-Before-You-Buy’ Colour samples programme for those feeling cautious about their colour choice. After all it makes sense to try a little before you go big. Ask in store about Harris colour samples and try them on your walls to test drive the colours before you’re ready to buy.
Indeed, with over 59,000 colours, along with countless custom palettes that can be created, matched or specified to suit individual needs, only Harris can Match Your Mood and bring your colour inspirations to life.
Kenyon also emphasised the problem-solving technologies found in Harris Paints products.
“Harris Ulttima Plus is the only paint to offer brighter, more fade-resistant colours, self-priming properties, low odour and greater fungus-resistance all in one can. Ulttima Plus was also independently tested and awarded the ‘Best by Test’ seal of approval for durability and is proven to outperform competitive products subject to the same conditions,” he said.
“We are also very proud of our unique position as the only indigenous paint company to have earned the international eco-friendly mark of honour. Harris Paints products that display the GREENWISE® mark are certified to be free of chemicals that are harmful to the environment and to consumers.” (PR)