Plum [#dda0dd] Color HTML CSS

Hex Color Code#dda0dd
RGB Color Codergb(221, 160, 221)
HSL Color Codehsl(300, 47%, 75%)
CMYK Color Codedevice-cmyk(0% 28% 0% 13%)
CSS Reference Nameplum
Color Group     Magenta
Grayscale     #bfbfbf
Color NamePlum
RGB (Percent)86.67%, 62.75%, 86.67%
HSL (Natual Numbers)300, 47, 75
HSL (Natual Numbers)0, 28, 0, 13
HUE (Degree)300°
TypeLight (Brightness >= 0.5)

Plum Color Harmonies

Complementary color scheme
Double Split Complementary color scheme
Rectangle color scheme
Split Complementary color scheme
Tetradic color scheme
Triadic color scheme

How to Use Color Plum

Text / Font Color:
color: plum;

Example text using the color Plum.

Background Color:
background-color: plum;

Border Color:
border-color: plum;

Box Shadow Color:
box-shadow: 2px 2px 4px plum;

Text Shadow Color:
text-shadow: 1px 1px 3px plum;

Example text shadow using the color Plum.

Color plum Description

The plum HTML color is made up of 221 Red, 160 Green, and 221 Blue. This color is often called by name Plum. The hue is at 300 degrees, with a saturation value at 47 percent and a lightness value of 75 percent. Therefore, this color can be considered to be Light. In the CMYK color model (used in the printing process), the composition is 0% Cyan, 28% Magenta, 0% Yellow, and 13% key (black). Colors that looks similar: #bfa0dd, #dda0dd, #dda0bf. May be found within the Magenta Color Codes Group.

Note: Color names are subjective, therefore, a single name could potentially represent a multitude of HEX color values.