Vinyl color options
Lots of vinyl colors to choose from!
We have a great selection of common color vinyl choices, as well as, specialty vinyl colors. Choosing your vinyl colors is a pretty easy process and tends to be mostly preferential. But there are a few guidelines to follow when choosing a vinyl color, depending on your application substrate, as some colors don't work well on specific surfaces.
When it comes to vinyl lettering for walls, vehicles, floors etc. you can choose just about any color that suits your fancy. But as a rule, lighter colored surfaces benefit greatly from bold dark colors, whereas darker surfaces do better with lighter colors that give contrast. Take for instance the color combination of black and blue. If you have a black surface and place blue lettering on that surface, it may get lost because the colors are of a darker nature. Now if you placed white, light gray or even yellow on the same black surface, the lettering will have pop because of the contrast in the light and dark color combination.
Where things get a bit trick with vinyl color is when the vinyl is installed on windows. You'd consider a window to be light in nature, but since it is a see-through material, it actually picks up background color and can have a very different impact on letter visibility. Light colors are always recommended for window lettering, because they can be viewed from far away. Dark letters on windows are very hard to view from a distance unless you have some sort of white outline around the text to give it definition on the window.
Our vinyl color chart gives our customers a good variety of color choices that pretty much cover all the colors of the rainbow. But if your color needs require specific branded company colors that don't match any of our colored vinyl choices, your vinyl lettering needs shift to digital printing. Most sign shops can accommodate this type of cut vinyl lettering if you can supply them with a specific PMS color call out. The PMS color number allows sign shops to match your specific color needs, with a digital color print instead, by matching the PMS number to a CMYK color combination, to achieve your personal color needs.