All Of The Downloadable STO Stucco Color Charts:
STO has 4 different color charts to choose from but they are all a part of the larger STO color chart (The STO Color 800 Collection). Since STO has a HUGE amount of colors to choose from, they took some of the colors out and made separate (more focused) color charts like the Classic, Designer and Southwest color charts.
Cool Features Of STO's Color Charts:
There are a couple of really cool features that STO implements into their color charts that can come in very handy for designers, architects, homeowners and everyone in between! I wanted to point out some of these real quick and take a closer look at what they do.
In order to get a custom color chart of your own, you only have to do four things and these are:
1. Click on a color swatch, when you have clicked on the color, it will appear to the left of the screen, like the image below shows and then click on the "add color to palette".
2. Keep repeating step one for all of the colors you want on your color chart. I am not sure if there is a limit for the numbers of colors you can choose but I have tried a dozen myself and it works just fine.
3. After you have all of the colors you want, then click on the "PRINT" icon at the top of your chosen colors or at the bottom of your color choices (they both do the same thing). You will be prompted for your information but you are only required to fill in your zip code and state (at the time I did this).
4. You can then save the file or open the file. It will be a pdf document that looks like the image below. It works pretty well and will have all of your chosen colors on the pdf document but the formatting is a little off and things don't always fit like they should but not a huge deal, in my eyes.
What About STO Color Samples...
I couldn't find anywhere on STO's website whee they offered actual samples of their colors. You may have to go directly to a distributor to see if they can get any custom made color samples for you from STO directly.
Sto's Finishes And Colors:
All of STO's colors will work with nearly any of their finish products (except maybe silicate products which require specific colors) because all of their products seem to be an acrylic based material.
STO's specialty finishes will have their own colors to choose from because they are specifically made to resemble stone, brick or other types of materials.