Choosing a paint color is difficult. I could study paint chips for days, weeks or even months and not be able to make a decision. So after all the deliberation, it seems like it would be nearly impossible for me to forget the catchy name of the color.
But once the paint has dried and the pictures have been rehung, most of us pile all the leftover paint into unmarked graves in our basements. When we need to do a little touch-up later on, it’s virtually impossible to remember the difference between Smoke Embers and Whispering Spring, and it’s even harder when most of the labels are covered with paint.
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