Restoration Hardware Paint Color Matches
Restoration Hardware® Color Matched Paint
MyPerfectColor matches all Restoration Hardware colors in spray paint, interior and exterior housepaint, and more.
You can find a match of any Restoration Hardware color on MyPerfectColor. Please contact us if you do not find the Restoration Hardware color you need.
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Part of our philosophy at MyPerfectColor is to match and/or reproduce any color a customer is looking to get in the paint style they need. Colors we match can originate from anywhere imaginable. We can and have matched colors from the natural world, brands, corporations, and even well-known products, furniture being one such product that we match colors of. Restoration Hardware just so happens to specialize in home furnishings. While they may not need brand new furniture, a customer may need/want the fascinating and unique colors that Restoration Hardware offers for their own use, and our team can provide. We can meet any order of paint you want in Restoration Hardware colors regardless of order size in any type of paint type we offer.
Restoration Hardware’s Success
Restoration Hardware (Now known as RH) had a generally successful outlook, even in the beginning. Stephen Gordon founded the company in 1979 in Eureka, CA, because he found that high-quality hardware and fixtures were scarce or often unavailable. The company’s expansion went moderately well, with 47 stores open in 1998 when the company was widely known to the public, later increasing to 65 stores just by the end of that same exact year. Rapid expansion and success ensued, with over 100 stores across more than 30 states, garnering upwards of $365 million in total sales throughout the country.
Later on, sales would see some semblance of a decline, and Gary Friedman would join the company as CEO to help the company capitalize more on what they were working with, and potentially gain more traction than they had been, bringing the company into a more successful period of time once more. The founder, Gordon, would leave in 2005, but the company would regain its original pace of success, and it has stayed a constant in the home-furnishings market without many large issues for nearly a decade. Under the new title, RH, the company has produced a 70,000 square foot store which is generally chock full of their newest and highest quality amenities all the way from basic furniture to massive outdoor pools.
Behind the Design
The company is known to be generally competitive which is usually seen as a byproduct of its initial success and assurance of quality. In 2010 the marketing leads of the company stated that they would focus more on furnishing galleries at higher price ranges to distinguish themselves from other competitors. Store locations have been slowly shifting to using the term “gallery” to signify the change the company is trying to make universally for itself.
Use of Paint
Restoration Hardware, being the home-furnishing company that it is, produced its own paint until 2020 when it discontinued its paint line. Their available options typically went along with the furnishings purchased to fit a certain household theme. Colors were suggested to go along with a customer’s purchase and they tend to only offer those paints in certain styles given their status as a home-furnishings business. The quality of the paint was there, and often pre-applied to each piece of furniture depending on what a customer is looking to buy.
See What Our Customers Say
" I recently took down curtains in my walk in closet, and replaced them with shades. After patching the holes from the curtain rods, I realized I didn’t have anymore of the Restoration Hardware paint to touch up with. Then I began to search online for the paint codes so I could get the color mixed, as Restoration hardware no longer sells their paints. That is how I stumbled across your website! I was thrilled to see that not only did you have the color codes, but also mixed and sold the paint (I really didn’t want to take everything out of the closet to repaint with a different color!).
The paint arrived in just a few days, and is nearly a perfect match! If I look really closely I can see a slight difference in sheen, but the color is spot on. I am very happy with your product and would definitely use your company again in the future!
Thank you! Taking down curtains could have turned into a huge project if I had to take everything out and repaint. You have no idea how happy I was just having to touch up a few spots!" - Bryan F.
FAQs about Restoration Hardware
What sheen will match my Restoration Hardware color?
Will my Restoration Hardware Matched Paint exactly match my existing Restoration Hardware color?
How fast will I receive my Restoration Hardware color matched paint?
How does MyPerfectColor match paint to Restoration Hardware colors?
MyPerfectColor has the original Restoration Hardware color samples which are used to make paint matching the colors. MyPerfectColor uses its color matching capabilities and extensive pigment library to precisely match the color and sheen of the Restoration Hardware color. Please note that if the materials you are trying to match are not new, then the existing color is likely different than it was when new. MyPerfectColor will be sending a match of the original color which may no longer match your existing materials. If your match is critical, you amy consider sending a part for paint color matching.
Can I use Restoration Hardware Matched Paint Colors on furniture?
Yes, the paint styles MyPerfectColor offers for Restoration Hardware colors are abundant. Here are some of the paint styles we have for customers to choose from:
- Spray Paint
- Interior and Exterior House Paint
- Furniture Paint
- Industrial Paint
We have a more diverse selection. If you’re looking for a specific paint style that was not mentioned above, our Paint and Supplies page goes over our options in more detail.
How much Restoration Hardware Matched Paint will I need for a project?
It really depends on the project and the type of paint. A single can of Restoration Hardware matched spray paint on average covers around 18-25 square feet, while a full gallon of paint will cover up to 400 square feet! The best way to gauge how much you need is to first figure out how many square feet you are going to be painting, and then to figure out the type of paint you need. After that, do some research on how much space each type of paint will cover. Remember that MyPerfectColor offers multiple different styles of paint. Additionally, in the event that you aren’t sure that an amount of paint will be enough, you can always purchase an extra unit just to be on the safe side. It is usually better to have some left over than to run short.