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Benjamin Moore Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) Paint Color


Color Name: Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495)
Hex Color Code: #C0BCBC
RGB Color Code: RGB(192, 188, 188)
CMYK Values*: 0.0%, 2.1%, 2.1%, 24.7%





About Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) color - its meaning and example


What color is Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495)?

Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) color belongs to the Purple color family (hue). The hexadecimal color code(color number) for Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) is #C0BCBC, and the RGB color code is RGB(192, 188, 188).

In the RGB color model, Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) has a red value of 192, a green value of 188, and a blue value of 188. The CMYK color model (also known as process color, used in color printing) comprises 0.0% cyan, 2.1% magenta, 2.1% yellow, and 24.7% key (black). The HSL color scale has a hue of 0° (degrees), 3.1 % saturation, and 74.5 % lightness. In the HSB/HSV color space, Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) has a hue of 0° (degrees), 2.1 % saturation and 75.3 % brightness/value.


Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) is cool or warm?

The color Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) is a warm color.


What is the LRV of Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495)?

Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) has an LRV of nearly 51. By LRV value, it is a medium light 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

Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495)

Light Color


Compare LRV 51 of Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) 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 51 puts Benjamin Moore Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) paint color in the medium 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


Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) (Paint - Benjamin Moore) color codes / color number / color space conversions - HEX, RGBA, CMYK, HSL, HSV/HSB, HYZ, CMY, HWB, RYB


RGBA / RGB

RGB(192, 188, 188)
Red
192 (75.3%)
Green
188 (73.7%)
Blue
188 (73.7%)
Alpha
1 (100.0%)

CMYK

Cyan
0.00%
Magenta
2.08%
Yellow
2.08%
Key
24.71%

HSL

HSL(0deg, 3.1 %, 74.5 %)

Hue
Saturation
3.08 %.
Lightness
74.51 %.

RYB

RYB(29, 56, 47)
Red
29 (11.4%)
Yellow
56 (21.8%)
Blue
47 (18.5%)

HSV/HSB

Hue
Saturation
2.08 %.
Brightness / Value
75.29 %.

HWB

H: 0°

W: 73.73 %

B: 24.71 %

XYZ

X : 48.8

Y : 50.8

Z : 54.81

YXY

Y1 : 50.8

X : 0.32

Y2 : 0.33

CMY

C : 24.71%

M : 26.27%

Y : 26.27%


LRV

~ 50.8 %

Munsell Color System

3YR 7.5/0.3

CIE-Lab

L : 76.56

A : 1.4

B : 0.49

CIE-Lch

L : 76.56

C : 1.49

H : 19.17

CIE-Luv

L : 76.56

U : 2.29

V : 0.48

Hunter-Lab

L : 71.28

A : -2.53

B : 4.3






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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

Analogous colors are a group of colors adjacent to each other on a color wheel. Group of these adjacent colors forms Analogous color scheme Palette. Analogous Palette can be generated by increasing or decreasing the hue value by 30 points.

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


Through the Looking Glass (CSP-495) - #C0BCBC Color Images and Patterns


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