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the color Ivory

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Mix white with a tinge of yellow, and you get ivory. This shade of off-white earns its name from the tusks and teeth of animals and has been used since the 1300s. It usually evokes the same feeling of purity and calmness that white does but with the added warmth of yellow. The hex code for ivory is #FFFFF0.

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As a neutral shade, you can easily pair it with any other color. As a wedding color, ivory is often used with closely similar colors like beige and gold. It can also be used as an accent to navy blue or maroon for a stronger palette.

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Information about Ivory / #fffff0

In a RGB color space (made from three colored lights for red, green, and blue), hex #fffff0 is made of 100% red, 100% green and 94.1% blue. In a CMYK color space (also known as process color, or four color, and used in color printing), hex #fffff0 is made of 0% cyan, 0% magenta, 6% yellow and 0% black. Ivory has a hue angle of 60 degrees, a saturation of 100% and a lightness of 97.1%.

Color conversion

The hexadecimal color #fffff0 has RGB values of R: 100, G: 100, B: 94.1 and CMYK values of C: 0, M: 0, Y: 0.06, K:0.

ValueCSS
Hex

fffff0

#fffff0

RGB Decimal

255, 255, 240

rgb(255, 255, 240)

RGB Percentage

100, 100, 94.1

rgb(100%, 100%, 94.1%)

CMYK

0, 0, 6, 0

HSL

60°, 100, 97.1

hsl(60°, 100%, 97.1%)

HSV (or HSB)

60°, 5.9, 100

Web Safe

ffffff

#ffffff

CIE-LAB

99.64, -2.551, 7.163

XYZ

92.726, 99.072, 96.659

xyY

0.321, 0.343, 99.072

CIE-LCH

99.64, 7.603, 109.606

CIE-LUV

99.64, 0.822, 11.387

Hunter-Lab

99.535, -2.621, 6.936

Binary

11111111, 11111111, 11110000

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