What does the color RAL 560-2 look like in real spaces? Browse through a full RAL 560-2 paint color review. Take a look at interior and exterior used RAL 560-2 on living room walls, bedroom and kitchen cabinets. Accent walls, color zoning and trim colors go with RAL Effect RAL 560-2.
RAL Effect RAL 560-2 is a dusty pink paint color. This color works particularly well in victorian and eclectic design styles, as well as in scandinavian and minimalist settings. RAL 560-2 has barely any of the yellow pigment found in most pinks, making it feel bluer. It is possible to pair with a green-based white for a timeless finish.
The nearest colors to RAL 560-2 are Tikkurila Blueberry milk and RAL Effect RAL 560-M, which are also muted pink colors.
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RGB (red, green and blue) additive color model is a system representing the colors used on a digital display screen (TV, PC, laptop, phone or tablet). Red, green and blue can be mixed in various proportions to get any color in the visible spectrum. Based on The Young–Helmholtz theory, also known as the trichromatic theory, RGB color code value is specified with: red, green and blue. Each parameter (red, green, blue) defines the intensity of the color with a value between 0 and 255.
Hex color codes are a hexadecimal way to represent a color in RGB format. They compress RGB values into a six-digit value that uses a combination of alphanumeric characters, including letters and numbers, to identify a color.
A Hex color code is a 6-digit hexadecimal number that represents Red, Green, Blue and can provide 16,777,216 possible colors, which is more colors than the human eye can distinguish.
For example, let’s look at the Hex color code for Alabaster SW 7008 - #123456, where 12 is Red, 34 is Green, and 56 is Blue. Hex values are now an industry standard for HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
Color family: purple
RAL 560-2 HSL code: 309, 11%, 65%
RAL Effect RAL 560-2 is warm color according to HSL (Hue, Saturation, Lightness) on the color wheel.
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.