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#b7a6c1 Hex Color Code

#b7a6c1 Paint ChipThe hexadecimal color code #b7a6c1 is a medium light shade of blue-magenta. In the RGB color model #b7a6c1 is comprised of 71.76% red, 65.1% green and 75.69% blue. In the HSL color space #b7a6c1 has a hue of 278° (degrees), 18% saturation and 70% lightness. This color has an approximate wavelength of 560.18 nm.

Color Variations

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#b7a6c1 linear gradient to complementary #afbea9

  1. #b7a6c1
  2. #b6aabd
  3. #b5aeb9
  4. #b4b2b5
  5. #b2b6b1
  6. #b1baad
  7. #afbea9

Monochromatic Colors

  1. #9686a0
  2. #a190ab
  3. #ac9bb6
  4. #b7a6c1
  5. #c2b1cc
  6. #cebcd8
  7. #d9c8e3

Tints and Shades

#b7a6c1 to White

  1. #b7a6c1
  2. #c3b4cb
  3. #cfc3d5
  4. #dbd2e0
  5. #e7e1ea
  6. #f3f0f4
  7. #ffffff

#b7a6c1 to Black

  1. #b7a6c1
  2. #96889e
  3. #766b7c
  4. #58505c
  5. #3b363e
  6. #201e22
  7. #000000

Paints

Similar Paints

  1. TRUMATCH

    1. ★ 40-e3
      #b6a5c1
      ΔE = 0.483
    2. 42-e4
      #bba4ba
      ΔE = 2.783
  2. Valspar Paint

    1. ★ Dusky Lavender
      #b7a8c5
      ΔE = 1.149
    2. Utterly Violet
      #b2a9c4
      ΔE = 2.345
  3. Toyo Ink

    1. ★ CF10718
      #b4a7bf
      ΔE = 1.354
    2. CF10486
      #b8a4c8
      ΔE = 2.956
  4. ICI Paints

    1. ★ Wild Orchid 50RB 48/154
      #bca9c3
      ΔE = 1.451
  5. Dulux

    1. ★ Lavender Blossom 2
      #b2a5c2
      ΔE = 1.577
  6. Graham & Brown

    1. ★ Rapunzel's Lovely Lilac
      #b7a8c7
      ΔE = 1.688
  7. Opaltone / OMS

    1. ★ 6304
      #b2a4c2
      ΔE = 1.710
    2. ★ 6297
      #beaac5
      ΔE = 1.930
  8. Brillux

    1. ★ 45.12.15
      #b9aac8
      ΔE = 1.865
    2. 48.12.15
      #b3abc7
      ΔE = 2.893
  9. Sigma

    1. ★ Mistic Purple / S 2030-R50B
      #b8a8c8
      ΔE = 1.908
    2. Mistic Purple / S 2030-R40B
      #bca2be
      ΔE = 2.589
  10. Caparol

    1. ★ 02/17
      #b0a4bc
      ΔE = 1.996
    2. ★ 2105
      #bcacc4
      ΔE = 2.287
  11. General Paint

    1. ★ Flirt / CL 2464M
      #bba4c4
      ΔE = 2.099
  12. Earthpaint

    1. ★ 3-42-4 Cameo Charm
      #b0a6be
      ΔE = 2.168
  13. Duron

    1. ★ Obi Lilac
      #bba5bc
      ΔE = 2.240
  14. Sico

    1. ★ 6027-42 Lavender Field
      #b5a0be
      ΔE = 2.262
  15. Tollens

    1. ★ T2098-1
      #b4aac6
      ΔE = 2.292
  16. Taubmans

    1. Mauve Agate / T08 56-2
      #bcaac0
      ΔE = 2.308
    2. Amherst Fog / T141-4
      #b9a9bc
      ΔE = 2.807
  17. Plascon

    1. Pink Dusk R1-E2-3
      #c0a8c4
      ΔE = 2.357
  18. Dupont

    1. CAS691
      #b6a3c5
      ΔE = 2.417
  19. Pratt & Lambert

    1. Mood Violet 30-7
      #bba4bb
      ΔE = 2.504
  20. Diamond Vogel

    1. Velour / 1225
      #beabc2
      ΔE = 2.505
    2. Royal Proclamation / 1297
      #ada3be
      ΔE = 2.631
  21. Colortrend

    1. 1225
      #beabc2
      ΔE = 2.505
    2. 1297
      #ada3be
      ΔE = 2.631
  22. Scib Paints

    1. Italian iris / 7144
      #b0a4b9
      ΔE = 2.561
  23. Vista Paint

    1. Italian Iris
      #b0a4b9
      ΔE = 2.561
  24. Berger

    1. Italian iris / 7144
      #b0a4b9
      ΔE = 2.561
  25. Benjamin Moore

    1. Lavender Lipstick / 2072-50
      #beacc3
      ΔE = 2.644
  26. Sherwin-Williams

    1. Obi Lilac - 6556
      #b4a3b7
      ΔE = 2.727
  27. British Standard

    1. BS 4800 22 C 35 - Purple
      #b7a4b8
      ΔE = 2.736
  28. Evonik-Degussa

    1. 7172T Ophelia Violet
      #b1a1c2
      ΔE = 2.747
  29. Peintures MF

    1. Le souhait de Rébécc
      #bba5c8
      ΔE = 2.749
    2. Violet des prés
      #afa3c3
      ΔE = 2.760
  30. Devoe Paint

    1. Purpling / 40RB 43/233
      #c0a6c6
      ΔE = 2.826
  31. Pantone / PMS

    1. 5295
      #b0a6ba
      ΔE = 2.851
  32. Natural Color System / NCS

    1. S 2020-R60B
      #b1a1c3
      ΔE = 2.987

#b7a6c1 HTML / CSS Code Examples

#b7a6c1 foreground

The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.

Aristotle
<p style="color: #b7a6c1">…</p>

#b7a6c1 background

I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way--things I had no words for.

Georgia O'Keeffe
<p style="background-color: #b7a6c1">…</p>

#b7a6c1 shadow

The object isn't to make art, it's to be in that wonderful state which makes art inevitable.

Robert Henri
<p style="text-shadow: 0.1em 0.1em 0.15em #b7a6c1">…</p>

Color Charts

Color Space Conversions

Decimal
12035777
Binary
10110111, 10100110, 11000001
Hexadecimal
#b7a6c1
Closest short hex
#bac ΔE = 2.711
RGB
rgb(183, 166, 193)
RGBA
rgba(183, 166, 193, 1.0)
rg chromaticity
r: 0.338, g: 0.306, b: 0.356
RYB
red: 71.765%, yellow: 65.098%, blue: 75.686%
Android / android.graphics.Color
-4741439 / 0xffb7a6c1
HSL
hsl(278, 18%, 70%)
HSLA
hsla(278, 18%%, 70%%, 1.0)
HSV / HSB
hue: 278° (277.778), saturation: 14% (0.140), value: 76% (0.757)
HSP
hue: 277.778, saturation: 13.990, perceived brightness: 68.414
HSLuv (HUSL)
H: 292.105, S: 24.225, L: 70.309
Cubehelix
H: -88.809, S: 0.203, L: 0.683
TSL
T: 5.437, S: 0.037, L: 0.683
CMYK
cyan: 5 (0.052), magenta: 14 (0.140), yellow: 0 (0.000), key: 24 (0.243)
CMY
cyan: 28 (0.282), magenta: 35 (0.349), yellow: 24 (0.243)
XYZ
X: 42.789, Y: 41.190, Z: 56.138
xyY
x: 0.305, y: 0.294, Y: 41.190
CIELab
L: 70.309, a: 11.186, b: -11.564
CIELuv
L: 70.309, u: 7.866, v: -19.365
CIELCH / LCHab
L: 70.309, C: 16.088, H: 314.048
CIELUV / LCHuv
L: 70.309, C: 20.902, H: 292.105
Hunter-Lab
L: 64.180, a: 6.692, b: -6.935
CIECAM02
J: 61.997, C: 17.570, h: 305.889, Q: 155.130, M: 15.364, s: 31.471, H: 338.033
OSA-UCS
lightness: -10.149, jaune: -2.192, green: -1.202
LMS
L: 39.934, M: 40.157, S: 55.895
YCbCr
Y: 165.609, Cb: 137.337, Cr: 133.546
YCgCo
Y: 177.000, Cg: -11.000, Co: 43.250
YDbDr
Y: 174.161, Db: 28.341, Dr: -16.802
YPbPr
Y: 171.565, Pb: 11.545, Pr: 7.258
xvYCC
Y: 163.344, Cb: 138.141, Cr: 134.376
YIQ
Y: 174.161, I: 1.453, Q: 11.995
YUV
Y: 174.161, U: 9.272, V: 7.755
Munsell Color System
5P 7/6 ΔE = 3.500
Brand Color
Heroku (light) ΔE = 11.341

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