Peel & Stick Paint Swatches by Benjamin Moore



Options. It’s all about the options you have when it comes to sampling paint colors in your home. The newest option offered by Hirshfield’s is 8 x 10 Peel & Stick paint samples from Benjamin Moore’s Favorites fan deck. This collection features 75 tried-and-true colors handpicked by the color experts at Benjamin Moore. Ranging from classic neutrals, mid-tones and dramatic deeps, you’ll recognize paint colors known for their versatility and timelessness.


  • Made with two coats of Benjamin Moore paint so the Peel & Stick color is accurate
  • Easily repositionable and will not damage your walls
  • No watching paint dry (not everyone loves it as much as we do)
  • Less waste
  • Takes less time to apply than traditional wet samples

How To Use Your Peel & Stick Paint Swatches

See how your color looks as the light changes throughout the day and evening in natural light and artificial light. This applies to Peel & Stick samples, painting out a sample board or when a paint color is applied directly to the wall.

Move your Peel & Stick paint swatch around the room – how does the color look in that dark corner?

How does your potential new wall color play with  existing pieces in your room? Using a Peel & Stick sample or painted out sample board, hold the color sample up to your furniture, artwork and woodwork so you can see if they work together.


Peel & Stick paint swatches are available to order online and will be mailed to you via the US Mail from Minneapolis OR you can purchase them up at our stores in Edina and Roseville.
What do Peel & Stick samples cost? Members of our Color Club pay $3.99 + tax and if you haven’t signed up for Color Club the cost is $4.99 + tax.

***PLEASE NOTE Peel & Stick swatches are easily repositionable, but take care when moving them around. A customer said he had competitor’s samples on unprimed sheetrock and the sheetrock paper came off when he removed the Peel & Stick samples. Use on primed or painted sheetrock and use caution when repositioning the swatches.

Happy Painting!

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