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Plain gray concrete is a thing of the past. Today, concrete can be colored in any shade imaginable.


Earth tones that mimic natural materials are the most popular concrete colors among homeowners. But you can also color concrete blue, orange, green, black or other colors. Plus, many concrete contractors can blend custom colors exactly to your liking. For commercial projects, the color of the concrete can be matched to logos, school colors and more.

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Check out these sample color charts to see what's possible with different coloring methods:

Concrete Stain

Concrete Stain Color Chart
from Kemiko Concrete Products

Stains are great for adding rich color to concrete floors, patios and more. Stains can be used on both new and old concrete. Learn more about concrete stain colors.

Integral Color

Color Chart of Ready-Mix Pigments
from Solomon Colors

Integral color is rich, long-lasting, and fade-resistant. Pigments are added to the concrete mix before it is poured. Learn more about integral color.

Dry-Shake Color Hardener

Color Chart for Color Hardener

Color hardeners are often used for stamped concrete. They are applied to the surface of freshly placed concrete and offer more intense colors. Learn more about color hardeners.

Concrete Dyes

Color Chart for Solvent-Based Dye
from DCI

Concrete dyes produce vibrant color that enhances new or old concrete. They offer predictable and uniform tones and are popular for use with polished concrete. Learn more about concrete dyes.

Note that the base color of the cement at each ready mix plant and the aggregates can affect the color of the concrete-so samples should be made and accepted by the owner. Once approved, make sure that the type and brand of cement, the aggregate source, and the coloring agent will not change during the job.

Learn more about how concrete is colored.


See these resources to get more specific color ideas:


Brown Concrete Floor Pictures

Gray Concrete Floor Pictures

Popular Concrete Colors for Interior Floors Infographic (PDF)