To apply dyes to your armor, you must visit a Dye Station. There is at least one Dye Station per zone , located within a town. Once you apply color changes to your armor, the armor pieces bound to your character. You can use the Randomize button to apply a random assortment of colors to your armor based on those dyes you have unlocked. You can re-dye armor pieces as often as you like.
All dyes are unlocked through the Achievement system.
Table of Contents
|Alik’r Desert||Sentinel||The Scholar’s Way|
|Auridon||Vulkhel Guard||The Crystal Vial|
|Bangkorai||Evermore||Across street from Alchemy & Enchanting stations|
|Betnikh||Stonetooth Fortress||Stonetooth Market|
|Bleakrock Isle||Bleakrock Village||Trading Hall|
|Coldharbour||The Hollow City||Mixed Results|
|Craglorn||Atelier of the Twice-Born Star||Hidden crafting station|
|Craglorn||Belkarth||The Gem & Flask|
|Cyrodiil||AD, DC, EP Bases||Tel Var Stone Exchange|
|Cyrodiil||Northern High Rock Gate|
Southern Morrowind Gate
Western Elsweyr Gate
|Deshaan||Mournhold||Hlaalu Alchemical Goods|
|Eastmarch||Windhelm||The Adept’s Retreat|
|Gold Coast||Kvatch||The Crafter's Square|
|Gold Coast||Anvil||The Dye Job next to Coastal Clothiers and Fabrics|
|Grahtwood||Elden Root||Main Hall|
|Hew's Bane||Abah's Landing||Sharper's Alley|
|Khenarthi’s Roost||Mistral||Alchemist's Building|
|Malabal Tor||Velyn Harbor||Mages Guild|
|Reaper’s March||Rawl’kha||The March Bazaar|
|Rivenspire||Shornhelm||Between Stoneglow Enchantments & Untamed Elixirs|
|Stros M’kai||Port Hunding||Open Marketplace|
|The Rift||Riften||Lakeside Experiments|
|Vvardenfell||Vivec City||Crafting Area|
Dye Station Menu
Dyes are sorted by Hue or Rarity
Dye Station Tools
The Paint Brush allows you to apply color to a single color block.
The Paint Can allows you to apply color to the same slot on all pieces of gear at one time.
The Eraser allows you to clear the color from a single block.
The Eye Dropper allows you to copy a color from a block.
The Color Blocks allow you to use a Saved Set to fill the color blocks.
To make it easier to apply color to multiple items, you can save up to four color sets.
Each armor item has three color blocks that apply to different parts of the armor: Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary.
Here are examples of undyed heavy, medium, and light chest pieces.
Here are the same chest pieces with a primary dye.
Here are the same chest pieces with a secondary dye.
Here are the same chest pieces with a tertiary dye.