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Colors and Textures

Epoxy flooring offers an incredibly attractive array of custom features. This wide variety includes patterns of multiple colors, with many options for texture. On top of that, you can add flakes, micas or granules to enhance your floor with different levels of contrast, sparkle and shine. After we install your choices, West Coast Epoxy seals them in place with a clear topcoat that guards your Northern California floor from scratches and stains, and protects your colors from fading.

Here are some brief explanations about the most popular added options for epoxy flooring.

Color Flakes

Solid chips placed in a randomized pattern offer color contrast to your base coat — and you don’t have to stick with only one. You can add flakes of different color combinations to further enliven your floor, and even to complement your walls or other aspects of your interior design. Base your choices on team colors, company logos, favorite movies, or even something from your own imagination. The possibilities are nearly endless!

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Color micas provide the look of granite, adding a metallic sheen to the finish of your floor. Like color flakes, micas for epoxy flooring are not limited to only one color. For instance, we can accurately emulate the natural granite formations of your choice. Micas bring luster to your floor, adding a festive decorative element to any room, corridor, or living space.

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If you want texture as well as color for your epoxy floor, granules are your best option. Granules are colored particles that add grip to sloping or slippery floors. If your floor is likely to see a lot of spills or holds potential for slips and falls, granules offer an extra level of resistance, and they do so in solid colors or color combinations.

For more information about any of these design options for epoxy floors, feel free to continue reading their individual pages on our website. If you have a question about a certain design or color combination, we’d love to discuss it with you. Please contact us online or give West Coast Epoxy a call!

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