It is a bright gray color having an approximate luminance of 79%.
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The following list contains the conversion results of color Pantone 14-4203 TPG, Vapor Blue to RGB, HEX, HSL, HSV, Lab and XYZ colorspaces: each format represents the same color.
rgb(197, 195, 195)
hsl(0, 1.7%, 76.9%)
hsv(0, 1%, 77.3%)
lab(78.9, 0.7, 0.2)
xyz(52.4, 54.8, 59.5)
The HEX, RGB and HSL values can be used in CSS files to define colors of different objects. Select a value easily by clicking on it!
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 the corresponding paints.
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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.
You can open any color on a new page by clicking on the desired hexagon.
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.
If you want to have a more detailed control of the colors in the schemes, have a look at the Spektran application too!