Benjamin Moore, Sherwin-Williams, Behr, Glidden and Olympic all offer online paint color charts with color names. The Benjamin Moore color gallery allows users to zoom in on specific sections, which enlarge with a click. Rolling over a color on the bigger chart shows the color's name.
In addition, Benjamin Moore's chart offers several options for sorting. These include color families, collections, trends, best sellers and most viewed.
Sherwin-Williams organizes its color chart by color family. Each family has a button that users click on to view a larger image of that specific chart. On all charts, names appear when users roll over color squares.
Behr's also arranges its color charts by family. Users click on a specific color, and a selection of hues appears. Rolling over an individual color square displays its name. Arrows allow users to view additional variations within a color family. For instance, on the red chart, an individual can choose to view hues that are "more purple" or "more orange."
Users access Glidden's color charts by family. After clicking on a category, its color chart appears on the next page. Color names pop up as the user rolls over color rectangles.
Olympic's main color chart contains all available hues. Clicking on a specific color square shows users its name, color family, color group and popularity. Users can also isolate individual color families.