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Mix purple and a rich, dark red to get maroon. Its named is derived from the French word marron, which means chestnut. The elegant hue is often confused with burgundy. However, you can easily differentiate them: maroon leans more toward brown, and burgundy leans toward red.

Maroon is the color of the robes traditionally worn by Vajrayana Buddhist monks. Consequently, the rich color is often linked to spirituality, wisdom, deep inner knowledge, and the culture revolving around Buddhism.

Lovely color palettes featuring maroon often include shy rose pinks, cool grays, and nudes.

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