Tulip Color Pallete

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Tulip Color Pallete submitted by user Vasilis Baimas. This color palette has total 5 colors and contains the following hex color codes : #f49a5f, #ee6c3c, #a47f4c, #6a5c3c, #433d25,

Below the table are the HEX, RGB, CMYK color codes and the basic information of each color of the palette. Feel free and copy every color value that you want.

Color Color Models
CMYK : (0, 37, 61, 4)
HEX : #f49a5f
HSL : (0, 100%, 66%)
RGB : 244,154,95
CMYK : (0, 55, 75, 7)
HEX : #ee6c3c
HSL : (0, 99%, 58%)
RGB : 238,108,60
CMYK : (0, 23, 54, 36)
HEX : #a47f4c
HSL : (0, 100%, 47%)
RGB : 164,127,76
CMYK : (0, 13, 43, 58)
HEX : #6a5c3c
HSL : (0, 100%, 33%)
RGB : 106,92,60
CMYK : (0, 9, 45, 74)
HEX : #433d25
HSL : (0, 100%, 20%)
RGB : 67,61,37

The meaning of Tulip color pallete

Color Color Psychology Color Meanings in Business
Brown Brown is the color of the earth. It is a warm color that stimulates the appetite. It's associated with dependability, security, resilience. It creates a feeling of sadness, isolation, loneliness. You may use it as a background that conveys warmth and wholesomeness. Brown is not used that often in logos. When it is, it tends to represent utility. It is often used by coffee and chocolate companies in their packaging.
Orange Orange is a combination of red and yellow. It's the color of freedom, adventure. It represents the rising sun, the dawn of a new day, or a fresh chapter of life when something new can happen. You may use orange color to illustrate something tropical, funny. It is appealing to young people. Orange color draws attention, like traffic signs and advertising. It is very effective for promoting food products, toys.

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