Benjamin Moore Beacon Hill Damask HC-2 paint color review
What does the color Beacon Hill Damask HC-2 look like in real spaces? Browse through a full Beacon Hill Damask paint color review. Take a look at interior and exterior used Beacon Hill Damask HC-2 on living room walls, bedroom and kitchen cabinets. Accent walls, color zoning and trim colors go with Benjamin Moore Beacon Hill Damask HC-2.
Beacon Hill Damask
What are Benjamin Moore Beacon Hill Damask undertones?
Yellow is Benjamin Moore Beacon Hill Damask undertone color.
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LRV of Benjamin Moore Beacon Hill Damask HC-2
Benjamin Moore Beacon Hill Damask HC-2 has an LRV of 68.05% and refers to Light colors that reflect most of the incident light
Light Reflectance Value measures the amount of visible and usable light that reflects from a painted surface.
Simply put, the higher LRV of paint color, the brighter room you will get.
Scale goes from 0% (absolute black, absorbing all light) to 100% (pure white, reflecting 100% of all light).
HC-2 Beacon Hill Damask monochromatic color scheme
A monochromatic color scheme is a color palette that consists of different shades, tints, and tones of a single color. This means using variations of one hue, such as different shades of blue, green, or red, to create a harmonious and cohesive look.
Benjamin Moore HC-2 Beacon Hill Damask
HC-2 Beacon Hill Damask complementary color scheme
A complementary color scheme is a color combination that uses two colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel, such as red and green, blue and orange, or yellow and purple. The high contrast between these colors creates a vibrant and dynamic visual effect.
Is Benjamin Moore Beacon Hill Damask HC-2 cool or warm?
Benjamin Moore HC-2 Beacon Hill Damask is warm color according to HSL (Hue, Saturation, Lightness) on the color wheel.
HC-2 Beacon Hill Damask HSL code: 50, 53%, 78%
Hue - degree on a color wheel from 0 to 360. 0 is red, 120 is green, and 240 is blue.
Saturation is a percentage value. 0% is a shade of grey, and 100% is the full color.
Lightness is also a percentage value. 0% is black, and 100% is white.