Pool Paint Examples 2 Pools Painted with Light Blue colour Epotec is available in a light blue. If provides a soft blue colour in most conditions as you can see here. Pools Painted with Mid Blue colour The Mid Blue colour is the most popular colour for Epotec by a long way. It gives a good colour depth without being too dark. Most commercial and community pools are coated in Mid Blue Epotec. Pools painted with Dark Blue colour The Dark Blue colour is ideal for when seeking a more definite blue. It works well with any red - brown colours around the pool. (pavers etc). This is the second most popular colour. Pools painted with Royal Blue colour Royal Blue is a dark navy blue and provides a striking colour. It will keep your pool warmer as it absorbs heat. (Maybe too hot in the tropics though) Pools painted with Slate Grey colour Slate grey is dark grey and gives a bluish result on sunny days. It can be quite gloomy on overcast days however. Pools painted with Pale Jade colour Pale Jade creates an interesting result being a blue - green colour. On bright days it is like the coral sea. Pools painted with White colour White gives a blank pallete and it will provide colours as a result of overhead conditions and the depth of the pool. As can be seen from a clear white to a mid blue. Pools painted with Chamois colour Epotec in Chamois looks unusual being a yellow. But when filled it will give a bright greenish shade as it gains blue from the sky above. It suits a tropical garden concept well. Pools painted with Black colour Black will either gain your admiration or you won't go there. Can give a range of impressions depending on lighting, angle of viewing and depth of pool. Pools painted with Whisper Grey colour Whisper grey is for when a hint of grey will do. It leaves a cool blue colour generally. Pools painted with Aqua colour Aqua is a pale version of Pale Jade and provides a more subtle result.