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Color Gallery

Browse our paint colors online before coming stopping by one of our stores.

We have three color systems: Color Is, Signature Colorizer, & Historic Colors of America


2013 Color Palettes

The 2013 Color Palettes are taken from our Color Is color system. Six palettes present a variety of colors that reflect our diverse times. Take a look!


Color Is

hallman/lindsay newest color system is aptly named Color Is! This color system has 1320 colors with extra large color chips that are 2.875 inches x 4.25 inches- giving you a larger area to be able to best envision your new color selection. Try our test quarts for only $4.99 for an even more accurate trial of what these new fresh paint colors will look like on your wall.


View our "Color Is" color spectrum

Design definitions

Monochromatic: shades or tints in the same hue. 
Complementary: complementing colors that appear across the color wheel from each other.
Analogous: colors next to each other on the color wheel. 
Triadic: three colors equal distance from each other on the color wheel.





Signature Colorizer

hallman/lindsay also has the Signature Colorizer system. This system offers 1680 colors that have been thoroughly researched and selected based on comparison to other color systems in use today. Included in this system are 60 high hiding whites and 60 bold accent colors. The exceptional range and balance of colors offered by this system makes it the perfect selection for all your color needs.

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View our Signature Colorizer color spectrum


Historic Colors of America

A final color system hallman/lindsay is proud to carry is the Historic Colors of America collection.From Beetroot red and Curry yellow to Biloxi Blue and Blue Winged Teal, our forefathers (and mothers) displayed a decidedly bold palette when it came to choosing colors for their early American homes, barns and places of worship. The historically accurate colors in this system, comprised of 149 interior and exterior colors, were created from actual paint samples taken from historic buildings and historic artifacts such as folk carvings and corner cupboards.

View our Historic Colors of America color spectrum


ATTENTION: While viewing our color system online, please note that the colors on your computer monitor may vary greatly from the actual paint color. All monitors display color differently. We strongly suggest that you visit your hallman/lindsay store to view color chips or consult a hallman/lindsay fandeck before making your final decision. This web based color palette should not be used for final color proofing.

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