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Geyser Color Info #D5DCE1

Get valuable Geyser color information like conversion, combinations, related colors, and more. #D5DCE1 color RGB value is (213, 220, 225). Cylindrical-coordinate representations (also known as HSL) of color #D5DCE1 hue: 205 , saturation: 16 and the lightness value of #D5DCE1 is 85.

Geyser

#D5DCE1

213, 220, 225

Conversion

HEX
#D5DCE1
RGB
213, 220, 225
CMYK
5, 2, 0, 11
HSB
205, 5, 88
CIE-Lab
87, -1, -3
Hunter Lab
84, -5, 1
XYZ
66, 70, 81
HSL
205, 16, 85
HWB
205, 4, 11
HSV
205, 5, 88

Shade Color Variation

A shade is created by combining black with a color, which raises its darkness. Shades look richer and more dramatic.

Tint Color Variation

A tint is created by combining white with a color, which raises its lightness. Tints tend to look pastel and less intense.

Tone Color Variation

A tone is created by combining gray with a color, decreasing its saturation. Tones look more interesting and complex than base colors.

Hue Color Variation

A hue refers to the basic family of a color from red to violet. Hues are variations of a base color on the color wheel.

Analogous

Analogous color schemes are made by picking three colors that are next to each other on the color wheel.

Complementary

Complementary color schemes are made by picking two opposite colors con the color wheel. They appear vibrant near to each other.

Monochromatic

Monochromatic schemes use different tones from the same angle on the color wheel (the same hue).

Triadic

Triadic color schemes are created by picking three colors equally spaced on the color wheel. They appear quite contrasted and multicolored.

Tetradic

Tetradic color schemes are made form two couples of complementary colors in a rectangular shape on the color wheel. They are very versatile, and work best with one dominant color.

Color Palettes With Geyser Color

Here are some color pallets we have for the #D5DCE1 color, you can use them in your projects.