When I was younger, less busy, barely stretched, the trial and error process of finding just the right paint color never really bothered me. (And for some reason I also recall you used to be able to return or exchange a can if you didn’t love it). Now though, the idea of even stepping inside a Home Depot or Lowe’s to stare at rows and rows of slightly different — yet almost always off — paint colors is just the last thing I can or even want to spend my time doing. Honestly I think I’d rather drink a gallon of paint if it meant I wouldn’t have to personally sift through 400 shades of green. During a pandemic. At full price with no returns.
Matcha Latte is the PERFECT green I needed for my guest bathroom cabinets. And even though it was already exactly the shade advertised online, even the stick on sample swatch was a breath of fresh air. Again, perfectly matched the shade of paint I got, was super easy and convenient to use, AND I didn’t have to tape together 50 tiny squares to get a decent look at what my wall might look like. (Seriously, who’s in charge of the paint aisle at Home Depot? Have they even heard of user testing?) ANYWAYS, the paint quality was great, the box of supplies I bought were perfect and good quality, just everything about this customer experience from process to color is exactly what every one of us living in the Pinterest era have needed for years. THANK YOU Clare for building a company that treats us like the grown ass adults we are.