Benjamin Moore Gilded Ballroom CSP-980 paint color review
Let’s dive into a full Gilded Ballroom paint color review. Take a look at pictures of real interiors and exteriors painted with beautiful CSP-980. Find out if this gorgeous warm yellow paint color would look great on your living room walls or trims, kitchen cabinet, bedroom accent wall, bathroom or house exterior.
|Official color page:||Gilded Ballroom CSP-980|
|Color name:||Gilded Ballroom|
LRV of Gilded Ballroom
Gilded Ballroom CSP-980 has an LRV of 34.8% and refers to Medium colors that reflect a lot of 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).
What are Benjamin Moore Gilded Ballroom undertones?
Red is Benjamin Moore Gilded Ballroom undertone color, as you can clearly see on the color field below. To determine this undertone we’ve removed all the tints, tones, shades and get HUE (pure color). Seems that undertone definition on a white sheet is already outdated and rather inaccurate
187, 157, 97
Is Benjamin Moore Gilded Ballroom CSP-980 cool or warm?
With a hue of 40° this Yellow refers warm paint shade according to HSL (Hue, Saturation, Lightness) on the color wheel.
CSP-980 Gilded Ballroom HSL code: 40, 40%, 56%
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.
Act like a pro: Mixing warm and cool shades is a must have to get harmonius interior. Add accents that contrast with the primary color to create visual balance. If your walls are a warm color, don’t forget to add accent in cold colors (furniture, art, décor). A good practice is too use a complementary color scheme.
Colors that go with Benjamin Moore Gilded Ballroom:
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 CSP-980 Gilded Ballroom
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.
Gilded Ballroom CSP-980 vs Porter Ridge Tan 250
What is the difference between Benjamin Moore Gilded Ballroom CSP-980 and Benjamin Moore Porter Ridge Tan 250. Let’s compare to see which might be right for you.
Gilded Ballroom CSP-980 vs Toasted Almond 1098
Struggling to decide between Benjamin Moore Gilded Ballroom CSP-980 and Benjamin Moore Toasted Almond 1098? Our comparison outlines the key differences between the two colors to assist you in choosing the right one for your space.
|RGB Decimal||187, 157, 97|
|RGB Percent||73.33%, 61.57%, 38.04%|
|HSV||Hue: 40° Saturation: 48.13% Value: 73.33%|
|HSL||hsl(40, 40, 56)|
|CMYK||Cyan: 0.0 Magenta: 16.04 Yellow: 48.13 Key: 26.67|
|YIQ||Y: 159.13 I: 37.158 Q: -12.326|
|XYZ||X: 34.709 Y: 35.544 Z: 16.338|
|CIE Lab||L:66.17 a:3.207 b:35.393|