Description and conversion results of color Dark Sea Green

It is a bright grayish green color having an approximate luminance of 72%. It has a hue value of 120° indicating that this is a cold color.

Some of the most similar colors to this color are Eton Blue, Olivine, Asparagus, Turquoise Green, Laurel Green, Pistachio, Cambridge Blue, Shiny Shamrock, Forest Green (Crayola) and Bud Green. A little below you will find the most similar RAL, Pantone and Sherwin-Williams colors too.

Conversion results

The following list contains the conversion results of color Dark Sea Green to RGB, hexadecimal, HSL, HSV, Lab and XYZ colorspaces: each format represents the same color.

rgb(143, 188, 143)
#8fbc8f
hsl(120, 25.1%, 64.9%)
hsv(120, 23.9%, 73.7%)
lab(72.1, -23.8, 18)
xyz(34.3, 43.8, 32.6)

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Similar RAL, Pantone and Sherwin-Williams colors

The most important note: in real life paints might have a different shade compared to as they appear on your display. You shall always consult and double-check colors with a professional paint provider before you order.

The following list contains the nearest matching standard colors. The left hexagon is the reference, the right one is the matched color. For each color there is a link to our partner MyPerfectColor.com, where you can buy paints of the corresponding colors.

Pantone 14-0127 TPG
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Pantone 14-6319 TPG
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Pantone 2261 C
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RAL D2 140 70 30
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RAL D2 150 70 30
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RAL D2 130 70 30
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Sherwin-Williams 6738
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Sherwin-Williams 9035
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Sherwin-Williams 6731
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Tints, shades and tones

Tints, shades and tones are generated from the base color by adding white, black and gray paint to it respectively. The process results a harmonic color scale.

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Tints

These are the color variants which are generated by adding white color to the base Dark Sea Green color. This process results a scale from a bright grayish green color to white. The coldness of the color remains the same as it gets brigther and brighter.

This color scale contains similar colors to Eton Blue, Turquoise Green, Cambridge Blue, Laurel Green, Aero Blue, Tea Green, Honeydew, Beige, Nyanza, Mint Cream, Baby Powder, Azure (X11/web Color) and Ivory.

Shades

These are the color variants which are generated by adding black color to the base Dark Sea Green color. This process results a scale from a bright grayish green color to black. The coldness of the color remains the same as it gets darker and darker.

This color scale contains similar colors to Russian Green, Middle Green, Xanadu, Wintergreen Dream, Feldgrau, Hunter Green, Ebony, Rifle Green, Kombu Green, Pine Tree, Black Olive, Dark Jungle Green, Charleston Green, Eerie Black and Black Chocolate.

Tones

These are the color variants which are generated by adding gray color to the base Dark Sea Green color. This process results a scale from a bright grayish green color to gray. The coldness of the color remains the same as it gets grayer and grayer.

This color scale contains similar colors to Eton Blue, Laurel Green, Cambridge Blue, Ash Gray, Morning Blue, Silver Chalice, Quick Silver and Gray (X11 Gray).

Color schemes and palettes

Color schemes represent a set of colors creating a harmonic and aesthetic feeling. Color schemes are generated by choosing colors around the color wheel.

We can talk about monochromatic, complementary, triadic and tetradic color schemes, choosing one, two, three or four colors around the color wheel respectively. In the following tables these color schemes are present.

Monochromatic

The monochromatic scale is generated by choosing colors on the color wheel near to the base color. As the colors of the monochromatic scale are close to each other, they create a harmonic feeling.

This color scale contains warm and cold colors. There are variants of orange, yellow, green and cyan colors in the above items, which contain similar colors to Pullman Brown (UPS Brown), Field Drab, Light French Beige, Camel, Army Green, Dark Moss Green, Misty Moss, Sage, Forest Green (Traditional), UP Forest Green, Eton Blue, Blue-green (color Wheel), Brunswick Green, Green Sheen, Keppel, Deep Jungle Green, Warm Black, Maximum Blue Green and Verdigris.

Complementary

The complementary scale is generated by choosing the color on the opposite side on the color wheel relative to the base color. This results in slight vibrating tension between the complementary colors.

This color scale contains cold colors. There are variants of green and magenta colors in the above items, which contain similar colors to UP Forest Green, Forest Green (Traditional), Russian Green, Middle Green, Celadon, Granny Smith Apple, Japanese Violet, English Violet, Purple Mountain Majesty, African Violet, Pink Lavender and Thistle.

Triadic

The triadic scale is generated by choosing two colors on the color wheel relative to the base color. This combines the slight vibrating tension and the harmonic feeling between the triadic colors.

This color scale contains cold and warm colors. There are variants of green, red and azure colors in the above items, which contain similar colors to UP Forest Green, Forest Green (Traditional), Eton Blue, Wine, Catawba, Pastel Pink, New York Pink, Indigo Dye, USAFA Blue, Iceberg and Aero.

Tetradic

The tetradic scale is generated by choosing three colors on the color wheel relative to the base color. This combination covers the whole color wheel containing both the complementary and harmonic colors of the base color.

This color scale contains cold and warm colors. There are variants of green, cyan, azure, magenta and orange colors in the above items, which contain similar colors to UP Forest Green, Forest Green (Traditional), Eton Blue, Midnight Green (Eagle Green), Blue Sapphire, Maximum Blue, Cerulean (Crayola), Japanese Violet, English Violet, Lilac, Wisteria, Van Dyke Brown, Kobicha, Antique Brass and Tumbleweed.

If you want to have a more detailed control of the colors in the schemes, have a look at the Spektran application too!

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