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Behr Intoxication (PPU10-05) Paint Color

Color Name: Intoxication (PPU10-05)
Hex Color Code: #A1AC4D
RGB Color Code: RGB(161, 172, 77)
CMYK Values*: 6.4%, 0.0%, 55.2%, 32.5%

About Intoxication (PPU10-05) color - its meaning and example

What color is Intoxication (PPU10-05)?

Intoxication (PPU10-05) color belongs to the Green color family (hue). The hexadecimal color code(color number) for Intoxication (PPU10-05) is #A1AC4D, and the RGB color code is RGB(161, 172, 77).

In the RGB color model, Intoxication (PPU10-05) has a red value of 161, a green value of 172, and a blue value of 77. The CMYK color model (also known as process color, used in color printing) comprises 6.4% cyan, 0.0% magenta, 55.2% yellow, and 32.5% key (black). The HSL color scale has a hue of 66.9° (degrees), 38.2 % saturation, and 48.8 % lightness. In the HSB/HSV color space, Intoxication (PPU10-05) has a hue of 66.9° (degrees), 55.2 % saturation and 67.5 % brightness/value.

Intoxication (PPU10-05) is cool or warm?

The color Intoxication (PPU10-05) is a warm color.

What is the LRV of Intoxication (PPU10-05)?

Intoxication (PPU10-05) has an LRV of nearly 38. By LRV value, it is a medium color.

Light Reflectance Value (LRV) is a measure of how much visible light is reflected off a surface. It is a number on a scale of 0 to 100, with 0 being pure black and 100 being pure white. The higher the LRV, the more light the color reflects and the lighter it will appear.

Dark Color

Intoxication (PPU10-05)

Light Color

Compare LRV 38 of Intoxication (PPU10-05) with dark and light Color

LRV is important to consider when choosing paint colors for a room, as it can affect the overall brightness and mood of the space. Lighter colors with higher LRVs will make a room feel more spacious and airy, while darker colors with lower LRVs will create a more intimate and cozy atmosphere.
LRV value 38 puts Behr Intoxication (PPU10-05) paint color in the darker category.

  • Darker colors: Darker colors have lower LRV numbers because they absorb more light than they reflect. This means that they will make a room feel darker and smaller.
  • Lighter colors: Lighter colors have higher LRV numbers because they reflect more light than they absorb. This means that they will make a room feel brighter and more spacious.

Color Codes - Color Space Conversions

Intoxication (PPU10-05) (Paint - Behr) color codes / color number / color space conversions - HEX, RGBA, CMYK, HSL, HSV/HSB, HYZ, CMY, HWB, RYB


RGB(161, 172, 77)
161 (63.1%)
172 (67.5%)
77 (30.2%)
1 (100.0%)




HSL(66.95deg, 38.2 %, 48.8 %)

38.15 %.
48.82 %.


RYB(63, 142, 63)
63 (24.6%)
142 (55.9%)
63 (24.9%)


55.23 %.
Brightness / Value
67.45 %.


H: 66.95°

W: 30.20 %

B: 32.55 %


X : 30.79

Y : 37.62

Z : 12.66


Y1 : 37.62

X : 0.38

Y2 : 0.46


C : 36.86%

M : 32.55%

Y : 69.80%


~ 37.6 %

Munsell Color System

3.8GY 6.6/7.6


L : 67.74

A : -17.55

B : 46.76


L : 67.74

C : 49.94

H : 110.57


L : 67.74

U : -2.89

V : 58.55


L : 61.33

A : -17.72

B : 30.7

Similar Colors and Paints

Named colors similar to Intoxication (PPU10-05) (Paint - Behr)

Here are the colors similar to Intoxication (PPU10-05) (Paint - Behr). Delta E (ΔE) is the measure of the difference between two colors. Delta E is measured on a scale from 0 to 100, where 0 means exact match, and 100 is the highest difference.

Olive Green
ΔE - 4.47 (95.5% similar)
Middle Green Yellow
ΔE - 5.32 (94.7% similar)
Pea Green
ΔE - 6.08 (93.9% similar)
Dark Khaki
ΔE - 6.72 (93.3% similar)

Similar colors from Pantone, RAL, and other color matching system

Pantone PMS

Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent colors from Pantone PMS. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to Pantone PMS

ΔE - 0.32 (99.7% similar)
ΔE - 3.01 (97.0% similar)
ΔE - 3.86 (96.1% similar)
ΔE - 5.92 (94.1% similar)

Pantone TCX

Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent colors from Pantone TCX. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to Pantone TCX

RAL Design

Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent colors from RAL Design. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to RAL Design

British Standard 4800

Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent colors from British Standard 4800. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to British Standard 4800

BS 12-E-53 - Linden
ΔE - 3.17 (96.8% similar)
BS 12-C-35 - Green
ΔE - 6.24 (93.8% similar)
BS 12-D-43 - Sapling
ΔE - 6.99 (93.0% similar)

Paint similar to Intoxication (PPU10-05) (Paint - Behr)

Here are the best recommended paint colors similar to Intoxication (PPU10-05) (Paint - Behr). Delta E (ΔE) is the measure of the difference between two colors. Delta E is measured on a scale from 0 to 100, where 0 means exact match, and 100 is the highest difference.


Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent paint from Behr. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to Behr

Fresh Apple (P360-6)
ΔE - 2.78 (97.2% similar)
Laser (P350-6)
ΔE - 4.83 (95.2% similar)
Citrus Peel (P360-5)
ΔE - 5.53 (94.5% similar)

Benjamin Moore

Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent paint from Benjamin Moore. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to Benjamin Moore

Perennial (405)
ΔE - 2.52 (97.5% similar)
Huntington Green (406)
ΔE - 3.05 (97.0% similar)
Split Pea (2146-30)
ΔE - 4.20 (95.8% similar)
Limeade (CSP-865)
ΔE - 5.02 (95.0% similar)

Sherwin Williams

Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent paint from Sherwin Williams. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to Sherwin Williams

Stay in Lime (SW 9032)
ΔE - 2.64 (97.4% similar)
Overt Green (SW 6718)
ΔE - 3.31 (96.7% similar)
Parakeet (SW 6711)
ΔE - 4.56 (95.4% similar)
Lime Rickey (SW 6717)
ΔE - 4.76 (95.2% similar)

PPG Paints

Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent paint from PPG Paints. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to PPG Paints

Do Not Disturb (PPG1117-6)
ΔE - 3.51 (96.5% similar)
Asparagus (PPG1222-6)
ΔE - 3.67 (96.3% similar)
Beach Bag (PPG1117-5)
ΔE - 4.00 (96.0% similar)
Lichen (PPG1219-7)
ΔE - 4.51 (95.5% similar)


Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent paint from Dunn-Edwards. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to Dunn-Edwards

Palm Frond (DE 5522)
ΔE - 3.66 (96.3% similar)
Clipped Grass (DE 5552)
ΔE - 4.39 (95.6% similar)
Lazy Lizard (DE 5523)
ΔE - 5.27 (94.7% similar)
In the Tropics (DEA 125)
ΔE - 5.75 (94.2% similar)


Intoxication (PPU10-05) similar/equivalent paint from Valspar. Conversion of Intoxication (PPU10-05) to Valspar

Sassy Green (6009-10)
ΔE - 4.10 (95.9% similar)
Fiddlehead Fern (6003-6B)
ΔE - 4.69 (95.3% similar)
Fresh Mown (V022-2)
ΔE - 4.97 (95.0% similar)

Color Combinations

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Monochromatic Color Palette

Monochromatic colors belong to the same hue angle but different tints and shades. Monochromatic color palette can be generated by keeping the exact hue of the base color and then changing the saturation and lightness.

Analogous Color Palette

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Triadic Color Palette

The triadic color palette has three colors separated by 120° in the RGB color wheel

Tetradic Color Palette

The tetradic colour scheme composed of two sets of complementary colors in a rectangular shape on the color wheel.

Example Color Images and Mockup

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