Change Color
Edit Puce
  • Mono
  • Analogous
  • Complementary
  • Triad
  • #D5C2B9 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #C3A99D Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #B29080 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #A17764 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #856251 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #694D40 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #4F3A30 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #4F3042 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #4F3039 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #633636 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #4F3A30 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #635236 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #4F4C30 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #484F30 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #A6806D Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #8C6655 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #6C4F42 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #4F3A30 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #30434F Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #425B6C Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #55768C Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #518562 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #304F3A Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #856251 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #4F3A30 Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #33251F Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #3A304F Click to copy
    Copied!
  • #625185 Click to copy
    Copied!

Color combinations

Select new color

Mix purple and brown, and you get puce, a close relative of burnt sienna. The color’s name is the French word for flea.  While puce is not always the first color to pop to mind when you develop a palette, it’s a great neutral often used in modern interior decor.

Oranges, greens, and yellows play wonderfully with puce. In palettes like these, puce works best as a secondary color, bringing out a bright accent.

This hue is also associated with earth and nature. It is, after all, the rich brown often seen when outdoors.

Use this color palette and create beautiful designs and documents!

Browse templates
Search 1,000,000 images... SEARCH TEXT LAYOUTS BKGROUND UPLOADS Share Download Private