Burnt Orange is a dark color with the color codes #cc5500 / rgb(204, 85, 0) / hsl(25, 100%, 40%). Burnt Orange has an orangeish hue and high saturation.
In the RGB color space, the color Burnt Orange has the values (204, 85, 0), being composed of 80.0% Red (R), 33.3% Green (G), and 0.0% Blue (B).
In the HSL color space, the color Burnt Orange has a hue of 24 degrees, a saturation of 100.0% and a lightness of 40.0%.
In the CMYK color space, Burnt Orange is composed of 0 parts of Cyan (C), 58 parts of Magenta (M), 100 parts of Yellow (Y), and 20 parts of Black (K).
|RGB||204, 85, 0||rgb(204, 85, 0)|
|RGB Percent||80.0%, 33.3%, 0.0%||rgb(80.0%, 33.3%, 0.0%)|
|RGB 0-1||0.8000, 0.3333, 0.0000||color(srgb 0.8000 0.3333 0.0000)CSS 4|
|HSL||24°, 100.0%, 40.0%||hsl(24, 100.0%, 40.0%)|
|CMYK||0, 58, 100, 20|
|LAB (D50)||51.78, 46.01, 61.79||lab(51.78 46.01 61.79)CSS 4|
|LCH (D50)||51.78, 77.04, 53.33°||lch(51.78 77.04 53.33)CSS 4|
|OKLAB||0.5948, 0.1183, 0.1203||oklab(0.5948 0.1183 0.1203)CSS 4|
|OKLCH||0.5948, 0.1687, 45.48°||oklch(0.5948 0.1687 45.48)CSS 4|
|XYZ (D50)||0.2983, 0.1995, 0.0172||color(xyz-d50 0.2983 0.1995 0.0172)CSS 4|
|XYZ (D65)||0.2815, 0.1934, 0.0225||color(xyz-d65 0.2815 0.1934 0.0225)CSS 4|
Analogous color harmonies are created using three colors that are next to each other on the color wheel. For Burnt Orange (#cc5500) the analogous colors are Lazy Shell Red (#cc0011) and Olive Ocher (#ccbb00). These harmonies often have a calm, relaxed feeling and can be used to create a sense of unity in a design.
One of the most popular color schemes in art and design is the complementary color scheme. This color scheme makes use of two colors that sit opposite of each other on the color wheel, such as blue and orange, red and green, or purple and yellow. The color opposite to Burnt Orange (#cc5500) is Science Blue (#0077cc). By using contrasting colors, this scheme can create a dynamic and eye-catching look.
Split-complementary color harmony is created when one color is combined with the two colors on either side of its complementary color. The two split-complementary colors forBurnt Orange (#cc5500) are Pristine Oceanic (#00ccbb) and Vesper (#0011cc). This type of color scheme is often used in interior design because it is both visually appealing and harmonious.
Double split-complementary color harmony is a color scheme that consists of two pairs of colors that are complementary to each other. The first pair consists of the main colorLazy Shell Red (#cc0011) and its complement Olive Ocher (#ccbb00), while the second pair consists of the two colors adjacent to the main color's complement: Pristine Oceanic (#00ccbb) and Vesper (#0011cc). This type of color harmony is often used in art and design to create a sense of balance and visual interest.
Rectangle color harmony is a color scheme based on the rectangular shape. It is made up of four colors: two complementary colors: Burnt Orange (#cc5500) and Science Blue (#0077cc), a split-complementary color: Delicious Dill (#77cc00), and an analogous color: Violet Blue (#5500cc). This type of color scheme is often used in web design and advertising. The rectangular shape helps to create a sense of balance and stability, while the four colors provide a wide range of options for creating an eye-catching design.
Triadic color harmony is a color scheme that uses three colors that are evenly spaced around the color wheel. For Burnt Orange (#cc5500) the two colors that form a triadic color scheme are Alienated (#00cc55) and Violet Blue (#5500cc). To create a triadic color scheme, you can either choose three colors that are evenly spaced on the color wheel or you can choose two colors and then find the third color that is equidistant from them. Triadic color schemes are often used in art and design because they are both visually pleasing and harmonious.
Tetradic color harmony is created when four colors that are equidistant from each other on the color wheel are used together. For Burnt Orange (#cc5500) the three colors that form a tetradic color scheme are Celestial Alien (#11cc00), Science Blue (#0077cc) andCapricious Purple (#bb00cc). This type of harmony is often used in menswear, as it can create a strong and masculine look. Done well, tetradic color harmony can create a bold and stylish look.
Tints, shades, and tones can be used to create unique effects in art and design. By using tints, shades, and tones, you can add depth and dimension to your work.
A tint is a lightened color, achieved by adding white. This can create a softer, more delicate look.
A shade is a darkened color, achieved by adding black. This can create a richer, more dramatic look.
A tone is a muted color, achieved by adding gray. This can create a more subtle, sophisticated look.