Clear with Blue and Black Mixed Vinyl Record
Color Vinyl


At Furnace MFG, we strive to produce the best sounding records in the world. With that as our primary goal, we have paid particular attention to not only offering a wide selection of color vinyl options, but also formulating our color compounds to sound as close as possible to our audiophile-quality black vinyl.



See our stock color palette below and go ahead and mix and match - we encourage it! We offer 100 unit minimums per color and you can select one or several colors on your order. Although we don't offer special effect vinyl colors, we can mix color for a marbled effect on our 12" and 10" vinyl.

Whether records are pressed manually or on automatic presses, each record is not going to look identical when blending colors. We just won't know exactly what a blended-color record will look like until it's been put on the press and produced. The mixed color and effect samples on our site are an example of how colors will appear when blended, but the overall ebb and flow of the run produces a unique set of records every time.

  • Solid Yellow Colored Vinyl Record
  • Solid Gold Colored Vinyl Record
  • Solid White Colored Vinyl Record
  • Solid Pink Colored Vinyl Record
  • Solid Red Colored Vinyl Record
  • Solid Orange Colored Vinyl Record
  • Solid Silver Colored Vinyl Record
  • Solid Process Blue Colored Vinyl Record
  • Transparent Clear Colored Vinyl Record
  • Transparent Blue Colored Vinyl Record
  • Transparent Dark Green Colored Vinyl Record
  • Silver with Black Mix Colored Vinyl Record
  • Clear with Process Blue Mix (shows laser etching) Colored Vinyl Record
  • Red with White Mix Colored Vinyl Record
  • Red White and Process Blue Mix Colored Vinyl Record
  • Process Blue, White and Black Mix Colored Vinyl Record
  • Yellow and Red Mix Colored Vinyl Record
  • Clear and Black Mix Colored Vinyl Record
  • Solid Purple Colored Vinyl Record
  • Solid Green Swirl Vinyl Record
  • Clear and Black Swirl Vinyl Record
  • Orange and Red Swirl Vinyl Record
  • Clear and White Mixed Vinyl Record
  • White, Blue and Green Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Solid Red and Gold Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Black with Small Amount of Solid Red Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Solid Yellow and Black Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Solid Orange and Black Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Clear with Blue and Black Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Silver and Clear Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Clear and Yellow Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Clear and Small Amount Red Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Transparent Green and White Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Blue and White Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Transparent Green and Yellow Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Red and Black Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Purple and Gold Mixed Vinyl Record
  • White and Transparent Green Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Silver and White Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Yellow and Orange Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Purple and White Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Fluorescent Green Mixed Vinyl Record
  • Clear and Transparent Green Mixed Vinyl Record
  • White with Small Amount of Black Vinyl
  • White with Small Amount of Process Blue Vinyl
  • White with Small Amount of Red Vinyl
 ADDITIONAL NOTES ON PRESSING COLOR VINYL

** Please note that doing color mixtures and achieving specific color effects is not an exact process when using any pressing plant. Some manufacturers will form and press their vinyl manually because they use manual presses. All of our machines at Furnace are fully automatic, which allows us to achieve the utmost consistency in the pressing process, producing the best sounding records.

** When pressing on color vinyl, you should expect a little swirl from the color previously pressed on the machine. This is often desired by customers, as these tend to be more valuable on the collector's market. To produce clean colored vinyl (with no speckles or swirls), an additional cleaning fee will apply.

** 7" records are only pressed as single colors. Because of the vinyl extrusion process that is set up on our 7" presses, any attempts at mixing colors makes a new color after just a few records and is usually not recommended.

** Note on Metallic Colors: To achieve these colors, metallic flakes are added to the compound. These metallic flakes can settle in the extrusion process, and cause a wavy pattern in the pressed record. Outcomes are not controllable by the press operator and any variances in color or consistency are considered acceptable. Please take this into consideration before ordering metallic color vinyl.