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Home Visualiser

Wondering whether you would like it or if it would look just the way you want? Wondering what your home, office or building would look like painted in a particular colour?

Our Home Visualiser program has been created to answer these specific questions.

Just bring a picture of your room / home and we will show you how it will look.

Wonder what type of flooring, window coverings or even counter tops would suit your decorating style?

Choose from any of our various options to visualise your room.
Our Electronic Fan Deck offers thousands of colours for you to choose from.

No more wasting time and money!!
See it first … Let us help you make your house a home!!
Call (868) 638-2214 ext: 216 for more information


Redecorating has never been easier…
choose the colour you love from any fabric,
book etc. and let MatchRite create your colour.

Keeping one step ahead of the competition worldwide, Kaleidoscope Paints Limited is the first in the Caribbean to introduce the MatchRite Colour Matching System and the first worldwide to introduce the “Interactive Kaleidoscope Colour-Visualiser”.

This system was designed and conceptualised by Kaleidoscope and developed for the company by X-Rite USA. The “Interactive Kaleidoscope Colour-Visualiser” was created for the architect, designer or professional who wants the ultimate in technology for Colour Matching and Computer Visualising. This system uses Kaleidoscope products to reproduce any object or any colour or shade, even from a competitor’s chart.

MatchRite features a choice of:

  • 5 different stock exterior designs on the PC
  • 5 different stock interior designs on the PC
  • Downloading any digital photo or scanned image, even an architect’s plan
  • 30,000 colours for use on all surfaces
  • Ability to select particular areas to paint using various paint tools
    • Imagine if you can bring a sample of anything with the colours of your choice, “read it” (through colour-eye spectrophotometer) and paste it on the monitor from an Autocad drawing, digital photo or scanned image. This will allow a preview of the house, building or room with the colours of choice, get it matched and paint colour made.

The choices are endless!

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Paint application seems to be one of those more difficult areas of modeling to master. It’s not an exact science, and the number of variables involved and how they affect one another, along with finish quality, can puzzle even an experienced painter. And while a lot of great tips, advice, and techniques are available, troubleshooting paint problems, sight unseen, is still pretty difficult.

To add to the troubleshooting information arsenal, we have searched our old reference books and put together a list of paint problems and their causes. This list is by no means complete, as plenty of other problems exist. We have tried to focus it to those that are more likely to be encountered by the majority of users from the experienced paint Contractor to the D.I.Y. homeowner.

It’s all in alphabetical order and broken down into four areas: Condition, Cause, Prevention, and Remedy. The numbered items in Cause and Prevention are relative to one another, for example, Cause number 1 for a given problem can be avoided by Prevention number 1 for that same problem.

I hope you find it useful. If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail us

If you’re timid about splashing colour into your rooms, look for help from a special fabric, favourite artwork or collectable, an area rug or an antique quilt. These items work as your “decorator”, showing you foolproof colour combinations you already love. Remember, colours elicit emotions and can be used to set the mood for an entire room.

Warm Colours

Colours such as red, yellow and orange give sensations of warmth. They are associated with the colours of the sun and fire and tend to draw attention.

Cool Colours

Colours such as green and blue give a sensation of coolness associated with cool water, blue skies and a dense green forest. These colours tend to recede from the viewer and are often used as pastels.

Neutral Colour Scheme

Whites, blacks, greys, beige and graded browns create neutral tones. This scheme is made interesting, chic or formal by introducing a variety of textures, such as rugs, deep pile carpet, stucco and surface finishes like wood grain and granite. This option creates and excellent backdrop for bright colourful paintings, decorative art and floral arrangements.

MatchRite Colour Matching System

Due to the ever-changing needs to step out of the ordinary, Kaleidoscope Paints has taken painting one step further by investing in the MatchRite Colour Matching System and the “Interactive Kaleidoscope Colour-Visualiser.”

The MatchRite computerized system develops specific formulas, making it easier to enhance your property by mixing your paints to match any colour YOU want.

Choosing colours or redecorating has never been easier… choose the colour you love from any fabric, book or object and let MatchRite create your colour.

Trust your emotions when pulling together colour schemes for your rooms. Create the mood your heart desires by following this quick decorators’ guide to combining colours.


Primary Colour Scheme
The basic foundation of all other visible colour, primary colours make a bold statement and combine nicely for kid’s rooms and family rooms.

Complimentary Colour Scheme

Colours that are directly opposite each other on the colour wheel create contrast and interest.

Split Complimentary Scheme

This variation of the complimentary scheme consists of one colour and the two colours on each side of its compliment e.g. green combines with red-violet and red-orange.

The Colour Wheel illustrates the make-up of colours and their relationship to each other.Double Complimentary Scheme
This colour scheme uses two adjacent colours and their compliments. This choice offers a wider range of decorating options and lots of interest.

The Colour Wheel illustrates the make-up
of colours and their relationship to each other.

Analogous Colour Scheme
Two or three colours that are near each other on the colour wheel. Used by decorators to achieve colour themes such as blue seas or green gardens.

Triadic Colour Scheme
Any three colours that are equidistant from each other on the colour wheel. Decorators tone down at least two of the colours, leaving one to be used in full intensity. Primary and secondary colours are examples of triadic colour schemes.