To achieve the most predictable and consistent color match, we work in LAB color mode, as it is device-independent with a large color gamut. Our printers are capable of exceeding the sRGB color mode used by other companies, allowing you to achieve vibrant, saturated colors.
Use of our Huesteria Color Palette or Huesteria Mini Guide, containing color chips and corresponding LAB values, is the best way to achieve predictable color when printing. Use these values in our Customizer or when creating files in your desktop program (in LAB color mode) and you will be able to achieve a very close, if not exact, color match for every project.
If you would like to add our Huesteria Palette colors to your Adobe swatch books in Illustrator or Photoshop, click here to download an ASE file.
Keep in mind that colors can change from monitor to monitor, or from a computer to a mobile device. You should always order a sample of your design before committing to yardage or work directly from our Huesteria Palette to ensure a color match.
Each fabric takes color slightly differently due to physical differences in weave and yarn content. Sheer fabrics, for example, are not capable of achieving super-saturated colors due to their open weave. Please visit our Fabric Guide for a better understanding of each fabric we print on. For samples of available fabric options, you can order a WeaveUp Starter Kit, which contains 20 printed fabric samples and a Huesteria Mini Guide.