Leather Color &
Material Options

PLEASE NOTE:

I may not have all supplies in stock at any given point in time. I may have to order them, which can delay the completion time of your project.

Due to differences in screen technology and display settings, it’s possible that the colors you see on your computer/tablet/mobile devices may differ slightly from the color of the final product. Please use the below colors as a guide only.

Leather Dye Colors

As the name suggests, leather dyes are used to change the color of the leather used in my products. When creating products, I have several different colored dyes available to use. All of the different leather dye colors I could potentially use in a project for you can be found below.

Please note that there are three main types of dyes I could use on your project: water based, alcohol based, and oil based. For some projects, I may use a specific type of dye. This means that not all colors listed below will be available for use on all projects.

Black (Oil)

Black (Water)

Cordovan (Alcohol)

Dark Brown (Alcohol)

Medium Brown (Alcohol)

Dark Brown (Water)

Dark Chocolate (Oil)

Chocolate (Oil)

Show Brown (Oil)

Dark Brown (Oil)

Medium Brown (Water)

Walnut (Oil)

Chocolate (Alcohol)

Russet (Alcohol)

Mahogany (Oil)

Moccasin Brown (Alcohol)

Light Brown (Alcohol)

Tan (Alcohol)

Mahogany (Alcohol)

Light Brown (Oil)

Tan (Water)

Golden Brown (Oil)

British Tan (Alcohol)

Saddle Tan (Oil)

Spanish Brown (Oil)

English Bridle (Oil)

Yellow (Water)

Yellow (Oil)

Orange (Alcohol)

Bucksin (Alcohol)

Yellow (Alcohol)

Light Tan (Alcohol)

Beige (Alcohol)

Kelly Green (Alcohol)

Green (Alcohol)

Green (Oil)

Green (Water)

Aqua Green (Alcohol)

Turquoise (Alcohol)

Light Blue (Alcohol)

Royal Blue (Oil)

Blue (Water)

Navy Blue (Alcohol)

Purple (Alcohol)

Burgundy (Alcohol)

Red (Water)

Oxblood (Alcohol)

Red (Alcohol)

Red (Oil)

Dark Red (Alcohol)

Maroon (Alcohol)

Leather Dye Colors

Black

Dark Chocolate

Chocolate

Show Brown

Dark Brown

Walnut

Mahogany

Light Brown

Golden Brown

Saddle Tan

Spanish Brown

English Bridle

Yellow

Green

Royal Blue

Red

Leather Paint Colors

Like leather dye, leather paint is used to change the color of the leather. The benefit of leather paint is that it can often add colors that cannot be achieved through dye. The downside of leather paint is that it generally sits on top of the leather instead of getting absorbed into the leather. This means that there is a possibility of the paint cracking with extended use. I will let you know whether it makes sense to use leather paint on your project or not. Leather paint colors that I could potentially use in a project for you can be found below.

Black

Flat Black

Rich Brown

Dark Brown

Bowler Brown

Chocolate

Luggage Brown

Brown

English Tan

Light Brown

Bronze

Capezio Tan

Dark Taupe

Taupe

Satchel Tan

Vachetta

Beige

Beige Taupe

Play in the Sand

Gold

Champagne

Vanilla

Pale Yellow

Yellow

Caramel

Buttercup

Mustard

Copper

Cognac

Saddle

Tan

Tangerine

Orange

Burgundy

Autumn Red

Raspberry

Scarlet Red

Brick

Terra Cotta

Chili Red

Fire Red

Red

Magenta

Mauve

Hot Pink

Petal Pink

Salmon

Pink

Shell Pink

Georgia Peach

Grinch Green

Mint

Avocado

Light Green

Green

Olive

Midnight Green

Dark Green

Turquoise

South Beach

Gift Box Blue

Pale Blue

Blue Turqoise

Light Blue

Blue

Sapphire

Dark Blue

Navy Blue

Purple

Violet

Lilac

Mist

Neutral

Sand

Bone

Putty

Grey Taupe

Dark Grey

Natural

Grey

Pewter

Light Grey

Dark Bone

Silver

Cream

Flat White

White

Leather Thread Colors

For leather, thread can be both functional and decorative. It’s often used to combine multiple pieces of leather together, but can also be used to create a professional looking border or decorative design. Thread colors¬†that I could potentially use in a project for you can be found below.

White

Cream

Colonial Tan

Beige

Havana Cigar

Mid Brown

Brown

Black

Royal Blue

Green

Yellow

Organe

Red

Violet