Here are the most important items to consider when coloring...

Important Factors When Choosing a Color...

Experience

#1 problem in our industry.  Do they know how to color concrete? Can they blend you colors correclty/evenly?

Can they create vains, stone, and granite looks you want on your floor or counter tops?  Do they create a sample

board first before coloring you floors/counter tops? What are thier guarantees you'll love the color?


Tone              

#1 regret folks have is they didn't realize that dark colors wiill show dirt as does real light colors when dark hair is

present in pets or people.  We encourge, for  those who aren't clean freaks, to have us color your custom colors

in the "middle range" not too light  or too dark.  By doing so your floors will look clean even when they aren't.

               

Sheen              

If you choose a dark color WITH a Gloss or Wet Look sealer you will see every spec of dust and find it difficult to

clean withoiut seeing your dirty water residue.  


Warm or Cool?     

Cool colors are trending and have been for the past 8-9 years.  Howeve warm tones aren't far behind.  Look at       

your walls.  Are they cool or warm?  Floors should be in thata family.


Do I like a lot or a little contrast?     

Look around the house.  It will tell you your answer.


How to Pick Colors       

Just go online to our Web sits, Google Images, Pinterest, etc. find one you like and send it to us for our colorist to mimic

for you.  You can also go to Home Depot, Lowes, Sherwin William and pick your Base Color and Accent Color.  They will

blend to create 4-5 colors to give you a one of a kind natural look of stone.