My Colortopia – Show Your Colors

I know you have all seen all of the amazing bloggers showing up in magazine ads for My Colortopia.  Isn’t that so fun to see?

colortopia blog team

So, if you haven’t had a chance to check out My Colortopia yet, I thought I would take a moment and let you know what it is all about.

My Colortopia is a site written by these lovely ladies that shares projects and ideas that demonstrate the impact that color and paint can make.  Along with articles and projects features, there are also several tools that are available for you to use to help plan your own projects.  My Image Inspiration allows you to use a favorite picture to select colors for a space and there is also a quiz that asks you a series of questions that help you define what your colors are.

It is a continually evolving site and now they have added a new tool that allows you to share your own before and after photos as well as view others’ before and after projects to be inspired.

Sometimes taking on a new project can be overwhelming because you really can’t visualize how it is going to turn out.  Using this tool, not only can you show off your own space to inspire others, but you have the chance to see other projects to give you more direction and confidence in your own upcoming painting projects.

You can enter the site and view photos or add your own right from here.

So go on, visit My Colortopia, be inspired and share your projects to inspire others.

 I have been sponsored by Glidden brand paint to write this post but the thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. This is a neat site. I’ve joined up and will try to figure out how to use it. Could be a great tool to use for my kitchen redo. Thanks for the post.
    Debbie 🙂