Below we present our color proposal, although these colors can be nuanced towards the desired tone or approach any custom color in microcemento taking as reference the ral chart or a color sample.
In this way, the colors shown here are approximate. Variables such as the configuration of the screen, and the craft application process, setting conditions, layer thickness, absorption of the base, etc… can cause variations with the final color.
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The colors of the RAL Chart closest to our color chart are:
|Arctic White RAL 9003|
|Pearl RAL 9002|
|Earth RAL 7032|
|White RAL 1002|
|Stone RAL 7044|
|Silver RAL 7047|
|Off White 9001|
|Nacre NCS S 1502-Y|
|Cream RAL 1001|
|RAL 7030 steel|
|Peat RAL 7006|
|Olive RAL 7035|
|RAL 7039 slate|
|Black RAL 9004|
|RAL 7032 cement|
|Quartz RAL 1019|
|Limestone RAL 1013|
How to choose the color in Microcemento/Resistone
Our color chart is very extensive, although most of the works in microcement-Resistone are carried out in colors from the gray range. Gray is a modern color that combines with any color and evokes cement. Within this range, we have colors with greater or lesser intensity, and with tone variations, or shades of color.
For this reason, the rest of our color chart that are not gray are still colors with a gray component, that is, muted, elegant colors, without shrillness, and are usually chosen for small surfaces.
In this way we have:
- Mother-of-pearl: very very light gray
- Pearl: warm light gray
- Silver: cool medium-light gray with a blue tint
- Stone: warm medium gray, ocher hue
- Cement: medium gray with a cement green hue
- Steel: warm medium-dark gray, ocher tint
- Iron: cool medium-dark gray, blue tint
- Slate: very dark warm grey, ocher shade
Metallic and oxide microcement colors require special treatment in the final stages of application. And now they represent a whole decoration trend.
For this reason, we recommend choosing the intensity or darkness of the colors in microcement, taking into account:
a)- The light that will affect the material: for this reason, brighter rooms will accept dark colors better. On the other hand, the walls usually receive less artificial light than the floor. Consequently, the same color will appear darker on walls than on floors.
b)- The colors of the rest of the walls and furniture.