Best Garage Floor Epoxy Colors & Paint Options for 2024

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In this article, we’ve created the ultimate list of garage floor epoxy colors and garage floor paint colors to help you choose the perfect finish for your garage floor.

There are just so many options that you can choose from, so it can get frustrating.

Sure…if you like gray, dark gray, or tan, you can find that anywhere.

But I’ve seen many homeowners with wild epoxy floor colors. I just had to know where they got them.

I did a few hours of research and created a list of every garage floor paint color available for sale in the United States, Canada, the UK, or Australia.

Let’s see what paint and epoxy colors are out there for your garage floor.


How The Garage Floor Epoxy & Paint Color Guide Is Set Up

I went to the major hardware store’s websites and saw what brands they sold.

This included:

  • United States: Lowe’s, Home Depot, Ace Hardware, True Value
  • Canada: Canadian Tire, Home Hardware
  • United Kingdom: Homebase, Wickes
  • Australia: Bunnings

I only listed each store once, even if it has locations in different countries.

For example, Home Depot is found in the US and Canada, so I only listed it once.


Complete List of Garage Floor Paint Colors

Each company is listed in alphabetic order with a brief description of the company and its location. There are also details on the paint itself.

After that is what you’re really looking for: a color palette shows every available color for each type of paint.

Choose which type of garage floor paint will best suit you based on the look you want.

For more information on the different types of paints and the differences between them, check out my guide to garage floor paint here. 

Enjoy!

Painting garage floor

Beauti-tone Colors

Beauti-tone is a private-label paint sold exclusively at Home Hardware stores in Canada.

The HardCoat epoxy kit is a two-part epoxy floor coating that dries to the touch in about three hours. It resists both salt and hot tire pickup.

Beauti-tone garage floor paint colors

It’s available in two garage floor paint colors, Grey and Tan.

You can add an additional clear coat if you want to give your garage floor a higher-gloss shine.


Daich Colors

Diach Coatings is based out of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. They got popular with their stone-based floor coatings in the early 1900s.

Their DIY Epoxy Garage Floor Kit is similar to an epoxy paint and is one of the least expensive entries on this list. It retails for around $80 for a one-car garage kit.

Daich garage floor paint colors

It’s available in Gray and Tan. You can find the Daich Epoxy Floor Kit at Home Hardware in Canada.


Drylok Colors

Drylok is manufactured by UGL (United Gilsonite Laboratories), who were the people that invented America’s first polyurethane coating. They’re based out of Dunmore, Pennsylvania.

Drylok has two product lines that would work to paint your garage floor.

The Drylok Latex Concrete Floor Paint is latex paint, so it’s not the most durable. However, it’s very affordable and has only four hours of drying time.

It’s available in several garage floor paint colors: White, Terra Cotta, Persian Red, Soft Gray, Gull, Dover Gray, Georgetown Gray, and Bamboo Beige. Four additional tints are available: Caramel, Platinum, Spruce, and Deep Charcoal.

Drylok concrete and garage floor paint colors

The Drylok E1 1-Part Epoxy Floor Paint is an epoxy paint different from the epoxy garage floor coatings you’ll see elsewhere on this list.

Epoxy concrete paint offers more durability than latex concrete floor paint but not as much as an epoxy coating.

It’s available in two garage floor paint colors, Gray and Platinum.

It’s also available in several tints: Arctic White, Platinum, Gray, Dark Gray, Harvest Brown, Natural Sand, Chestnut, Stone Blue, Sky Blue, Sage, and Terra Cotta.

Drylok floor paints are available in the US at Home Depot and Ace Hardware. I’ve also featured Drylok paints to help waterproof my garage walls.


Dyco Colors

Dyco Paints is headquartered just down the highway from me in Clearwater, Florida. They started making roofing products back in 1967 and then branched out to making garage floor paints and floor coatings.

TUFF COAT is an acrylic-based paint that has a low sheen.

It’s available in several garage floor paint colors: White, Cement, Deck Grey, Charcoal Grey, Gulf Grey, Sand Beige, Bombay, Brick Red, Terra Cotta, Forrest Green, and Cordova Brown.

Dyco TUFF Coat garage floor paint colors

You can find Dyco paints at Home Depot in the United States.


INSL-X Colors

INSL-X is part of the Benjamin Moore family of paint products. As a company, Benjamin Moore was founded in 1883 and is based out of New York.

INSL-X has two garage floor paint products: Garage Guard and Hot Trax.

Hot Trax is an acrylic garage floor paint with an epoxy additive. It comes in a satin finish and is. GarageGuard is a water-based, two-part epoxy. It’s available in Showroom Gray and Desert Sand.

INSL-X garage floor paint colors

INSL-X paints are available in the United States at Lowe’s, Home Depot, and Ace Hardware. Some paint lines may only be available in certain stores, however.


Ronseal Colors

Ronseal is a UK-based paint company founded in 1956 and purchased by Sherwin-Williams in 1997.

Their Diamond Hard Garage Floor Paint is an oil-based paint with a satin finish. It’s specifically for concrete surfaces or bare stone and dries to the touch in about four hours.

However, you’ll need to wait about 72 hours before it’s vehicle ready.

Ronseal garage floor paint colors

It’s available in four specialty garage floor paint colors: Slate, Steel Blue, Green, and Tile Red.

You can find Ronseal garage floor paints in both Wickes and Homebase stores in the United Kingdom.


Complete List of Garage Floor Epoxy Colors

Each company is listed in alphabetic order with a brief description of the company and its location. There are also details on the paint itself.

Rust-Oleum RockSolid metallic Cherry Bomb finish

After that is what you’re really looking for. A color palette shows every available color for each type of garage floor epoxy coating.

Choose which type of epoxy coating will best suit you based on the look you want.

For more information on the different types of epoxy coatings and the differences between them and paint, check out my guide here. 

Enjoy!


Armor Coat Colors

Armor Coat is based in Northfield, Ohio, and was founded in 1988. Residential products are only a tiny portion of their business. They have several applications for commercial, retail, warehouses, and industrial locations.

Their Do-it-Yourself Concrete Floor Coating is a two-part system with an epoxy base coat and a clear urethane protective topcoat.

Armorcoat epoxy garage floor epoxy colors

The Armor Coat floor kits are available in a variety of garage floor epoxy colors: Clear, White, Black, Off-White, Fazor Tan, Beige, Tan, Brown, Charcoal Gray, Light Gray, Medium Grey, Dark Grey, SE Camel, Light Blue, Blue, Tile Red, Green, Safety Yellow, and Traffic Yellow.

You can purchase Armor Coat kits directly through their website.


Armor Garage Colors

Armor Garage is an oddball. They’re based in Miami and New Jersey and have the most expensive epoxy garage floor coating on this list.

That’s because their epoxy “is 100% solids military grade aliphatic epoxy which cannot be compared to water-based, hybrid cyclioalipahatic epoxies or high solids epoxies which we only use as primers.”

They have two versions of their epoxy coatings. Their Armor Chip epoxy coating is 19 mils thick and retails for $568. Armor Granite is 23 mils thick and retails for $889.

Armor Garage epoxy floor epoxy colors

Both are available in several garage floor epoxy colors: Off-White, Desert Tan, Beige, Tan, Khaki Tan, Brown, Light Gray, Medium Gray, Dark Gray, Charcoal Gray, Light Blue, Blue, Tile Red, Green, Traffic Yellow, and Safety Yellow.

You can purchase Armor Garage products directly through their website.


Dy-mark Color

Dy-Mark is an Australian company founded in 1964, based in Brisbane, making printing inks.

They quickly grew once they started manufacturing paints and are now one of the leading paint providers in Australia.

Dy-Mark has two epoxy floor coating kits, one for Professionals and one for DIY homeowners.

Both are available in Slate and Carrara Grey, with the Professional also available in Warm White and Sand Dune.

Dy-Mark garage floor epoxy colors

Dy-Mark paints are available in Australia at Bunnings Warehouse.


RokRez Colors

ROKREZ is manufactured by Simiron, a US company founded in 1994 based in Madison Heights, Michigan.

Two versions of the ROKREZ product line are DIY ROKREZ and ROKREZ Pro.

ROKREZ Pro is a thicker epoxy coating designed to take a lot of punishment. While you can still use it in a residential garage, it’s mainly for warehouses, retail stores, and other high-traffic areas.

It comes in Clear, Steel Gray, Gray, and Tan base colors. But you can use any of the metallic additive colors as well.

ROKREZ DIY isn’t as hardcore as ROKREZ PRO, but that doesn’t mean it’s lightweight.

It’s a thick, self-leveling, two-part epoxy coating up to twenty times stronger than many DIY epoxy floor coatings. Kits are available for one-car and two-car garages in Gray, Dark Gray, and Tan.

ROKREZ garage floor epoxy colors

What I love about ROKREZ is their lineup of Metallic Additives that work with all of their epoxy floor coatings.

They mix with the epoxy and come in the following garage floor epoxy colors: Aluminum, Apple Green, Bright Orange, Bronze, Cabernet, Charcoal, Chestnut Brown, Cobalt, Copper, Crimson, Gold Rush, Graphite, Luster Blue, Magenta, Marigold, Merlot, Oyster, Pearl, Smoke Gray, and Violet.

You can order ROKREZ directly through their website.


Rustoleum Colors

Rust-oleum was founded as a company in 1921 and is headquartered in Evanston, Illinois.

There are over three dozen brands in the Rust-oleum family, including EpoxyShield and RockSolid. They’re among the most popular garage floor paint brands in the United States and Canada.

You can find them at Home Depot, Lowe’s, Ace Hardware, Canadian Tire, and Home Hardware stores.

Image: Rustoleum.com

EpoxyShield Colors

If you’ve looked for an epoxy floor coating at most hardware stores, chances are you’ve seen Epoxyshield. It’s one of the most popular DIY solutions in the United States and Canada.

It’s a 2-part epoxy floor coating up to five times stronger than a single-part concrete paint. It has a glossy finish, cutting the drying time to only three days.

  • Epoxyshield Garage Floor Coating is available in: Gray, Dark Gray and Tan
  • Epoxyshield Professional Floor Coating is available in Silver Gray, Dark Gray, Dunes Tan, and Tile Red (all semi-gloss)
  • The Epoxyshield Universal Tint Base is available in the following colors: Almond Delght, Aqua Marine, Aqua Mist, Armor Gray, Black Knight, Blue Ridge, Cactus, Cayenne, Charcoal Gray, Cigar, Cocoa, Country Rose, Deep Sage, Dry Earth, Gray Sky, Ginger, Ice Blue Mellow Mauve, New Concrete, Plump Grape, Sand, Sky Blue, Slate Gray, Taupe, Tropical Beach, Twilight Blue, and Wheat
  • Finally, Epoxyshield Garage Floor Deep Tint Base is available in the following garage floor epoxy colors: Almond Delight, Aqua Marine, Black Knight, Brick Red, Brickstone, Cactus, Charcoal Gray, Cigar, Cocoa, Ginger, Gray Sky, Plump Grape, Sage, and Twilight Blue
Epoxyshield garage floor paint colors
Epoxyshield metallic garage floor paint colors

Metallic Garage Colors

Rust-oleum also has the Metallic Garage line of garage floor paints, a combination of paint & primer. It’s similar to the Concrete & Garage floor paint line (see below).

However, it comes in three brilliant garage floor epoxy colors: Gunmetal, Cobalt Blue, and Metallic Copper.

Concrete & Garage Colors

The Concrete & Garage Floor Paint & Primer line of paints is an acrylic paint with a satin finish. It goes on quickly, like ordinary paint, and it takes five days to park your car on it.

It’s available in many different colors for your garage floor:

  • Paint: Armor Gray, Battleship Gray, Sand Satin
  • Paint & Primer: Almond Delight, Aqua Marine, Black Knight, Brick Red, Brickstone, Cactus, Cayenne, Charcoal Gray, Cigar, Cocoa, Deep Sage, Ginger, Gray Sky, Pine, Plump Grape and Twilight Blue
  • Tint Base: Blue Smoke, Blue Spruce, Buckskin, Colonial Blue, Desert Mauve, Glacier Gray, Ice Blue, Mexican Tile, Mocha, Prairie Grass, Saddle Brown, Sage, Sandstone and Tan

RockSolid Colors

RockSolid floor coatings are made of polycuramine. That blend of Polyurea, Urethane, and Epoxy is proprietary to the RockSolid brand.

You can read more about the pros and cons of polycuramine vs. epoxy garage floors here.

Rocksolid polycuramine garage floor epoxy colors
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Polycuramine is approximately twenty times stronger than epoxy coatings alone and has a much shorter drying time. You can drive your car on a polycuramine-coated floor in around 24 hours.

The RockSolid floor coatings are available in four different versions:

  • The Polycuramine Garage Floor Coating Kit is available in Black, Gray, Dark Gray, Mocha and Tan
  • The Marble Floor Coating Kit is available in Mountain White or Stone Obsidian
  • Pearlescent Floor Coating Kits are available in Cabernet, Emerald, Graphite, Midnight Blue, Smokey Blue and Pearl Black
  • Polycuramine Metallic Floor Coating Kits have some of the wildest garage floor epoxy colors I’ve seen. They’re available in Amaretto, Silver Bullet, Gunmetal, Brilliant Blue, Cherry Bomb, Copper Pot, Earth Brown and Burnished Gold

For more information on the differences between polycuramine and epoxy, check out my in-depth article here.


Wrapping It Up

Once you’ve picked a garage floor color, be sure that you can paint over your existing garage floor epoxy.

Whatever garage floor epoxy or paint color you choose depends largely on your personal style. 

However, there are a few practical considerations to keep in mind:

  1. Light Grey or Beige: These are popular choices because they provide a clean and bright look, reflecting light and making your garage seem bigger than it is. They also do a decent job of hiding small stains or spots.
  2. Dark Grey or Black: If your garage sees heavy use and is likely to accumulate a lot of dirt, oil, and tire marks, darker shades might be the way to go. They’re much better at concealing marks and stains. 
  3. Metallic Epoxy Colors: As you’ve seen above, there are tons of different color metallic and color-flake options. Don’t be afraid to go wild when designing your dream garage. 

Remember to use paint specifically designed for garage floors.

They’re formulated to withstand vehicle’s weight, resist oil and fluid spills, and tolerate temperature fluctuations better than standard paints.

If you’re still trying to decide which coating is right for your garage, check out this article where I ranked each type of garage floor coating on durability, application, price, and maintenance to see which was the best!

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Tim Wells

Tim Wells, the founder of Garage Transformed, has been featured in dozens of home renovation publications, including BobVila.com, Home Stratosphere, House Digest, Livingetc, and SFGate. Since 2018, he has helped over two million people transform their everyday garages into something they can be proud of. He lives in Central Florida with his wife and bulldog.