One Hour Enamel Color Palette
One Hour Enamel Paint is available in many inspiring colors that can be used for a number of different paint techniques. Colors will vary depending on your screen settings. Visit one of our retail locations to view our paint line swatches which will ensure an accurate color representation.
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- One Hour Enamel
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The new chic version of the shade easiest described as the dusty rose of the late 80s. Tones of ballet pink meet ivory and beige. The feminine quality of the shade is represented as a pink that has been worn by time.
This shade is a force of nature. The deepest blue green, like the depths of the ocean. This is the top trending Wise Owl color of ALL TIME! An excellent choice for statement cabinets or front doors.
Inspired by a painter's drop cloth, this aged,snowy ivory has tones of tan, beige and gray. A creamy washed neutral on the darker end of the white scale.
The perfect soft white, not too stark and not too creamy. This shade has just enough warmth to feel inviting while still remaining bright.
Deep jeweled bordello. Where crimson, black, and eggplant meet. Pair this color with our black wax or glaze for off the chart dramatic, Gothic greatness.
Creamy palest gray that is on the white spectrum. This will appear bright white until you compare it with pure white to see it has the slightest softness.
Inspired by the cobblestone and antebellum-lined streets of Charleston, SC. Here, shutters, front doors, & accents are drenched in the most stately reserved black green. One of the richest shades that offers a historic stronghold to anything it’s painted against.
Mossy green meets wet earth and gray clay. A color that is not defined by the constructs of blue, green, or gray, but a 4th personality that somehow embodies moody and light, accessible and secretive at the same time.
Inspired by our friend at Foxtrot Woodworks & Designs to represent his essence. The woods, vintage military green, nature and honesty. This green has an olive and hunter hue while staying true to the traditional camo fatigues. It is truly the green of the Greatest Generation.
The most versatile of all shades; a greige with equal parts gray and beige to create a tone that lends itself to cool and warm accents equally.
The blackest blue there could ever be. This sultry shade of midnight is so heavily pigmented, it is truly blue-black.
An off white that is a more appealing, brighter and cleaner shade of creme. Remove the dingy from cream and leave the softness and you have Kashmir!
Blue green has never looked so good! This shade has plenty of grays and makes an excellent front door and cabinet color choice.
Almost a graphite, this rich gray is a beautiful yet dramatic choice for cabinets and more. Deep cool gray that is a favorite of cabinet and front door projects!
A blue/green that is so deeply pigmented, that it is almost on the black scale. This is a popular choice for fashion forward kitchens with Poseidon lower cabinets and Snow Owl uppers.
Beachy, salty air inspired this shade of lovely. Gray, blue, green, and white all combine to produce a color that seems to change throughout the day depending on the suns influence. A truly coastal shade of perfection, Sea Salt is a coastal chic shade that pairs well with whites and cool neutrals.
Like the pale soft green-gray of the eucalyptus plant that is fresh and accessible. This is popular front door choice!
Perfectly balanced true gray. Just enough cool with warmth to be situated in the middle of the gray spectrum. Accent with peppercorn for a 2 toned beauty. It also coordinates with any shade because of its versatility.
Bright white that is white, extra white, with a side of white! If white is not a color but a lifestyle for you, this is your shade!
A pale and modern gray. This color brings together rooms and brings a youthful presence to kitchens and furniture. This gray is a combo of mossy clay meets overcast skies.
The perfect front door red that is modern-urban meets americana. The shade of red that never really goes out of style. An excellent front door choice!