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Color Swatches

(26 customer reviews & photos)
+ $0.50 per swatch

We send handmade pieces of leather or vinyl refinished with our colors. Half of each swatch is coated with Clear Prep+Finish™ so you can see how it affects the color by adding shine.

Swatches do not count toward free shipping, but if you return them, we will refund your swatch purchase or email you a 10% off coupon!

Note: If you need an exact color match, click here. Or submit a project evaluation for a professional recommendation.

26 reviews for Color Swatches

    Nathan Yacos
    January 16, 2022
    Color Swatches photo review
    October 26, 2021
    Need help with the color
    Reply from lesandre:
    Looks like some Tobacco or Walnut lightened with Rust or Cognac or both. If you're trying to match the original, the best solution is to send a sample for matching.
    Sonia Gamer
    October 2, 2021
    Looking forward to begin project.
    Thanks for suggestions
    william hughes
    August 12, 2021
    Fantastic customer service thus far......................
    Denny Lloyd
    June 9, 2021
    Nice selection of colors. My car seats are light cream color, hope one of your color swatches matches
    What color should I use
    Color Swatches photo review
    Jane Reno
    April 29, 2021
    Need help with color
    Reply from lesandre:
    Looks like the head area is darker and oil stained and you're trying to mach the bottom cushion? Looks like a darker Rust, so maybe Rust mixed with Mahogany. Might need a Custom Color. Either way, play up differences in color and mimic the original variation by using a mottling technique.
    Color Swatches photo review
    Jack Proctor
    February 22, 2021
    I have a sectional that I purchased from Ashley furniture that looks identical to the first pictured review Carl Kelley. Their ad refers to this color...More
    I have a sectional that I purchased from Ashley furniture that looks identical to the first pictured review Carl Kelley. Their ad refers to this color as Burnished Brown. Would this help in finding this color? I’m also interested in trying your product.
    Reply from lesandre:
    We don't have a corresponding formula for Ashley's "Burnished Brown" but looks like our Mahogany. If this is too dark, Cherrywood would lighten and redden. Walnut or Tobacco could also be used to lighten with a more neutral brown color that isn't so red.
    Color Swatches photo review
    Carl Kelley
    February 15, 2021
    Please help me find the right color for my sofa charcoal brown thanks
    Reply from lesandre:
    Looks most like Mahogany but appears very golden on our end. Might need customization.
    What color should we use on our leather sofa. Looks like a dark brown
    Color Swatches photo review
    Clara Thorne
    January 31, 2021
    Need to know what color to order.
    Reply from lesandre:
    It looks like a mottling technique of several colors: Cherrywood, Cognac, Tobacco, Walnut.
    Color Swatches photo review
    January 21, 2021
    What color do you suggest?
    Do I paint the whole sofa or only the damage parts?
    Please advice
    Reply from lesandre:
    With a matching color you can just do the trouble spots and blend. Yours looks like a mix of Mahogany and Black with a satin glaze finish achieved by mixing 2 parts color mix and 1 part Clear Prep+Finish.
    Color Swatches photo review
    January 4, 2021
    Coated in Cat Scratches
    Could you please recommend the best color match?
    Reply from lesandre:
    Wine or Cherrywood are your best bet, but reds / burgundies often need customization. The cat scratches are widespread enough that filler might be the way to go, but check out this article about pet scratches first.
    Terri Fry
    July 29, 2020
    Please help me choose the correct color
    Reply from lesandre:
    You can submit our evaluation or email photos. If you want a color matched, you may need to send a sample and pay a fee for matching.
    Color Swatches photo review
    July 17, 2020
    Help with color match please
    Reply from lesandre:
    Espresso, Mahogany, maybe a mix of Eggplant with one of those. Looks rather purplish on our end.
    Rhonda Castillo
    July 2, 2020
    Color Swatches
    Hello will you be so kind and please tell me which color swatches I should order to color match. Is for my sofa and my chair.
    Reply from lesandre:
    Rust and Cognac for the chair, Espresso and Mahogany for the couch.
    Discoloration after using a leather cleaner
    Color Swatches photo review
    Michele Gibbs
    July 1, 2020
    Color Match
    Can you help me choose a color?
    Reply from lesandre:
    Cognac, Rust, or Tobacco or possibly a mix of these.
    Close up of worn seat
    Color Swatches photo review
    Beth averill -ann cabillot sistah
    June 2, 2020
    My sister says this is amazing! ;)
    I need to find a color that matches
    Color Swatches photo review
    Steven D McCoy
    March 31, 2020
    Hope you could help me I need to find a color that will match my Leather recliner
    Reply from lesandre:
    Blue table top
    Color Swatches photo review
    February 11, 2020
    If you're like me, champagne tastes, $.50 budget, I so desperately needed all new furniture (stuck in the oak is everything era)! I decided to refu...More
    If you're like me, champagne tastes, $.50 budget, I so desperately needed all new furniture (stuck in the oak is everything era)! I decided to refurbish my leather stuff on my own and OH SO QUICKLY fell head over heals for "MY Rub n Restore"! Picked glorious Mahagony to start on my leather pieces and talk about Beautiful & simple! No one could believe it wasn't brand new, Cost dye and clear coat. My Mahogany was such a hit I sanded down my 90's pine dining set, dyed it then clear coat sealed in the beauty. I love the juxtaposition of the dark Mahagony on my oak floors, cost dye and clear coat. I kept on refurbishing: old distressed bedside table, coffee table, sofa table and with some I added the taupe to lighten just a tad, cost... dye and clear rub sealant. My next Mahagony refurbish was an old 90s long 6 drawer dresser with detachable mirror...i went to town and within a couple hours finito and gorgeous. You know the cost! Next came my sun drenched, dried out, at one point was to die for bamboo patio set, my biggest refurbish yet! Mahogany to the rescue! Cost, of course you know by now! Then I fell hard for the Storm Blue! At this Point nothing was safe! I sanded and dyed all my kitchen cabinets that were, you guessed it, oak! Sanded those puppies down, added a little taupe with blue in some places, put hardware pulls on all cabinets and drawers, not a part of the 90's decor either, seriously clear coated a couple times, due to water damage, received our choice of wood or tile and sun drenched ceramic planks it was. Everything went with the railroad tile back splash and decorative (blue shades in checker pattern) strip that was already there! My Storm Blue kitchen is one in a million now...Costs, dye clear coat taupe period. My storm blue refurbish became my obsession: Front Door, kitchen stools just gathering dust in garage, the ladder that used to go with my sons bunk beds but now proudly displays some plaid blankets from the homeland, my son's pottery barn locker cabinet that began as bright red, my bedside table hot me a little adventurous and it that once was distressed pine now is a super combo of blue and taupe that I sponged on: Cost...sponge! There ate a few smaller pieces all in Vicki's Blue. Over the holidays I went crazy and refurbished just the top of my dining set. First on the list to go home to mahogany, table top! I have some pretty steep refurbishing goals coming up...with the Rub n Restore colors im going to create my own chartreuse (my fav color) and take care of the legs on the stools in our kitchenette, refurbish my living room end tables the same (small and sparse tables, OMG tackle Jack!s little boy stool the same and not sure where else the chartreuse wind blows me! BTW my chartreuse formula will be daffodil, turquoise and a like forest green with Marine White to adjust till just right! I myself rebuilt my patio fence that hold the opening gate WILL BE SAGE with a touch of pale blue Grey. My bathroom is finally getting a sliding barn door that I plan on making out of reclaimed wood that will only be the cost of the hardware! Im begging for the wood to get for free! (that wonderful invention is quite privy sooooo therein lies me begging batting eyelashes bringing lunch etc all for the refurbishing cost if $0 for some reclaimed wood) my hope is to refurbish master bath cabinets midnight blue with splashes of my white and of course pulls for drawers and cabinets. Guest bath going from oak to lighter pale grey and this might not be a bad time to mention...I love charity, both giving and receiving so my new refurbishing peeps I will take any and all hardware for cabinets. I will most definitely post whats not being used in and around mi casa. My garage I know will be someone's gold mine as it still is for me! In conclusion of my very long tale regaling my fabulous journey into the world of Rub n Restore CeCe and Lesandra, you ladies have changed my life for the better forever❤️ side bar...i did order a bottle of Cherrywood. Not only is it a wondrous color but im pretty sure it will be the "Bees?Knees on her sad leather assemble. Plus me, cant wait for the perfect piece for it! Money that no matter how much it kills us will be to buy large horizontal mirrors for both bathrooms. Thought about going the naked wood trim that you get special for the size of my existing mirrors and dying the wood a complimentary color but....excuse my French, SHIT THERE ARE THE COOLEST MIRRORS AVAILABLE NOW that its not the oak 90's anymore! Blessed love to all of you and your endeavors into Rub n Restore. It changed my life cause we live in CA & we po! ❌??❌??
    Katie Maley
    November 28, 2019
    Quick & friendly service. My inquiry was answered on Thanksgiving Day!!
    Ophelia Steppe
    November 13, 2019
    Love your colors
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