Guide to the Color Puce

Dive deep into the color puce. Find color palettes, get the codes for adding ’em to your designs—explore your color-dreaming heart out.
Puce
#CC8899
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Puce color codes

Nail the exact color puce in your design by using the code from any one of these systems for color identification.

Hex#CC8899
RGBr: 204, g: 136, b: 153
HSLh: 345°, s: 40%, l: 67%
HSVh: 345°, s: 33%, v: 80%
CMYKc: 0%, m: 33%, y: 25%, k: 20%

Puce color palettes

Complementary

#CC8899
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#88CCBB
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Split Complementary

#88CC99
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#CC8899
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#88BBCC
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Triadic

#CC8899
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#99CC88
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#8899CC
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Tetradic

#BB88CC
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#CC8899
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#99CC88
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#88CCBB
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Analogous

#BB88CC
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#CC88BB
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#CC8899
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#CC9988
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#CCBB88
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Monochromatic

#682D3B
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#954055
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#B95B73
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#CC8899
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#DFB5BF
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The color puce in percentages

If you're identifying color for pretty much anything digital, you're working in an RGB colorspace. If the project you're working on requires percentage representation, puce is made of 80% red, 53% green, and 60% blue.

If you're identifying color for a print project, you're most likely using a CMYK colorspace—the percentages are 0% cyan, 33% magenta, 25% yellow, 20% black.

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