Everything about the color Tiffany Blue

The meaning of the color Tiffany Blue and color combinations to inspire your next design.

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Around 1845, the world famous jeweler, Charles Lewis Tiffany, chose a mixture of bright green with a hint of blue as the official color for his jewelry line and packaging. With time and Tiffany & Co.’s ever growing popularity, these little blue boxes became an icon, getting the name Tiffany blue. Its hex code is #0ABAB5.


Tiffany blue is best used with white for a sophisticated look. As an accent, the color can also do wonders for a design—corals, deep blues, and yellows are all great choices.

Looking for a different hue? The following colors are related to tiffany blue.

Information about Tiffany Blue / #0ABAB5

In a RGB color space (made from three colored lights for red, green, and blue), hex #0ABAB5 is made of 3.9% red, 72.9% green and 71% blue. In a CMYK color space (also known as process color, or four color, and used in color printing), hex #0ABAB5 is made of 95% cyan, 0% magenta, 3% yellow and 27% black. Tiffany Blue has a hue angle of 178.3 degrees, a saturation of 89.8% and a lightness of 38.4%.

Color conversion

The hexadecimal color #0ABAB5 has RGB values of R: 3.9, G: 72.9, B: 71 and CMYK values of C: 0.95, M: 0, Y: 0.03, K:0.27.




RGB Decimal

10, 186, 181


RGB Percentage

3.9, 72.9, 71

rgb(3.9%, 72.9%, 71%)


95, 0, 3, 27


178.3°, 89.8, 38.4

hsl(178.3°, 89.8%, 38.4%)

HSV (or HSB)

178.3°, 94.6, 72.9

Web Safe




68.399, -39.126, -8.548


26.021, 38.515, 49.77


0.228, 0.337, 38.515


68.399, 40.049, 192.324


68.399, -53.019, -7.141


62.061, -30.934, -7.771


00001010, 10111010, 10110101

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