When it comes to garage floor coatings, color is an important consideration. This guide explores some of the best colors for garage floor coatings and provides tips for choosing the perfect shade.
First and foremost, it's essential to consider the overall style you’re looking for. If you're looking for a classic look, gray is a popular choice for garage floors. It's neutral, easy to maintain, subtle, and closest to the tone you would expect from your original concrete. We highly recommend our Gravel, Creekbed, or Stonehenge Color Options for this style.
However, if you want to add some color to your garage, there are plenty of options. Hints of blue are the most popular amongst our customers and range from a subtle blend to a vibrant addition of character. For this option, we recommend Stonewash, Maverick, or Orbit color choices.
If you find yourself somewhere in between wanting your garage floor to stand out but not be overpowering, our go-to’s are Wombat, Stonefly, and Domino. These color choices are among the original flake colors, match with most wall and paint colors, and are truly timeless choices.
When choosing a color, it's important to consider the overall aesthetic of your garage. If you have a more traditional or rustic garage, a warm earth tone like brown or tan may be more appropriate. Consider Barnwood, Desert Storm, or Outback as these all range on the beige spectrum and coordinate well with earth tones, wood, or stonework around your garage.
In conclusion, choosing the right color for your garage floor coating can make a big difference in the overall look and durability of your flooring. Consider the style of your garage and your personal preferences when making your selection. With these tips, you'll be well on your way to choosing the perfect shade for your garage. Check out our Color Palettes page for more information on the individual colors, as well as, our Gallery to see how these flakes look once installed.