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Thinking about your interior design requires more than buying and hoping for the best. The rooms should complement each other as well as the colors of your living space. Perfectly paired minimalist chairs and tables might clash with a bold Safavieh rug, for example.

So if you’ve recently moved into a new home or are looking to refresh your decor, a color sensor like the Nix Mini 2 could come in handy, and during our Deal Days sale, which ends October 12. This event is our response to Prime Day, and you can find discounts on app subscriptions, e-learning courses, gadgets like the Mini 2 and more when you visit our .

Rated 4.2 out of five on Amazon, the Nix Mini 2 is a handheld scanner that provides color data by extracting data from almost any flat surface, including painted walls, vinyl, leather, plastic and the fabric. Simply download the Nix Digital app on iOS or Android, connect to the sensor via Bluetooth and place it on a subject. The device will block out ambient light to ensure you receive an accurate reading, then send it to your phone.

Nix Digital will provide you with a range of color matches with corresponding sRGB HEX, CMYK and LAB codes, which you can reference when working on projects such as illustrations and brochures. You can also download the Nixi Paints app to pair your readings with over 100,000 paints from brands like Benjamin Moore, Dulux, Farrow & Ball and Sherwin Williams. Both apps allow you to organize scans into palettes, which you can share with clients and colleagues. Verified customer Robert A. used his Mini 2 for construction work, noting that it was “easy to use and spot with a match.”

Finding the perfect shade to complement furniture, clothing, and paint can be tricky when you’re looking to your eyes. The Nix Mini 2 acts as a real-world eyedropper tool to help you find accurate colors for your projects, and you can . And don’t forget to check out our by October 12 for more discounts.

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