#eff2f1 Color Information

#eff2f1 Color Information
Details | Shades, Tints, and Tones | Variations | Color Coordinates | Color Schemes | HTML+CSS Examples | Coding & Programming | Color Blindness | Accessibility | Related Colors

The hexadecimal value (hex value) of this color is #eff2f1, and its official name is Beluga. In RGB, it consists of 93.7% Red, 94.9% Green, and 94.5% Blue. Likewise, in the CMYK color space, it consists of 1.2% Cyan, 0% Magenta, 0.4% Yellow, and 5.1% Black. On the color wheel, its Hue is found at 160.0°, with saturation of 10.3% and lightness of 94.3%. The decimal value for #eff2f1 is 15725297, and its nearest "web safe" color is #ffffff. In the RGB color space, the strongest component for #eff2f1 is green. In the CMYK color space, its strongest component is black. And in the RYB color space, its strongest component is blue.
  • HexHex code for this color#eff2f1 Copy
  • NameThe common name of this colorBeluga Copy
  • RGBRed, Green, Blue composition for this color239, 242, 241 Copy
  • RGB PercentPercent Red, Green, Blue composition for this color93.7%, 94.9%, 94.5% Copy
  • CMYCyan, Magenta, Yellow composition for this color0.063, 0.051, 0.055 Copy
  • CMYKCyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black composition for this color0.012, 0, 0.004, 0.051 Copy
  • HSLHue, Saturation, Lightness combination for this color160.0°, 10.3%, 94.3% Copy
  • HSV (or HSB)Hue, Saturation, Brightness combination for this color160.0°, 1.2%, 94.9% Copy
  • XYZCIE 1931 color space XYZ coordinates for this color83.226, 88.206, 95.858 Copy
  • RYBRed, Yellow, Blue composition for this color239, 241, 242 Copy
  • DecimalDecimal representation of this color's hex code15725297 Copy
  • CIE-LABCIELAB color space coordinates for this color95.248, -1.168, 0.122 Copy
  • CIE-LCHCIE-LCH color space coordinates for this color (chroma, hue, etc.)95.248, 1.174, 174.035 Copy
  • CIE-LUVCIE-LUV color space coordinates for this color95.248, -1.619, 0.397 Copy
  • Hunter LabHunter-Lab color space coordinates for this color93.918, -6.178, 5.228 Copy
  • xyYCIE xyY color space coordinates for this color0.311, 0.330, 88.206 Copy
  • AndroidValue of this color in Android development4293915377 / 0xffeff2f1 Copy
  • Web SafeHex code of the nearest "web safe" version of this color#ffffff Copy
Last Updated: February 29, 2024

Shades of #eff2f1

Shades are created by adding black to or removing lightness from a particular color. For #eff2f1, its pure hue is 160.0° on the color wheel and its saturation is 10.3%, and its lightness is 94.3%. As the amount of black is added to this hue and we reduce its lightness, the result is increasingly darker shades tints. The palette given below provides 9 different shades of #eff2f1, which — excluding black and our original color — range from #1e1e1e to #d1d4d3.

Tints of #eff2f1

Tints are created by adding white or lightness to a particular color. For #eff2f1, its pure hue is 160.0° on the color wheel and its saturation is 10.3%, and its lightness is 94.3%. As the amount of white (lightness) is added to this hue, the result is increasingly lighter tints. The following palette gives 9 different tints of #eff2f1, which — excluding white and our original color — range from #f1f4f3 to #fdfdfd.

Tones of #eff2f1

Tones are the result of adding gray to a pure hue. In the case of #eff2f1, its pure hue is 160.0° on the color wheel and its saturation is 10.3%, so we increase this saturation to create more colorful tones, and decrease the saturation to create grayer tones. The palette shown below gives 9 different tones of #eff2f1, which range from #f1f1f1 (the grayest / 0% saturation) to #e2fff5 (the most colorful / 100% saturation).

Variations of #eff2f1

There are several ways to create color variations and premutations of #eff2f1! For #eff2f1, there are 6 variations of the color that can be created by swapping its Red, Green, and Blue color positions, of which 5 are different from our original color. Among these six variations, there are 6 unique colors including our original color, #eff2f1. Click on these colors to learn more about them, too!

Color Coordinates of #eff2f1

This color, #eff2f1, consists of 93.7% Red, 94.9% Green, and 94.5% Blue, resulting in color coordinates Red = 239, Green = 242, Blue = 241. Likewise, the CMYK color space composition for #eff2f1 is 1.2% Cyan, 0% Magenta, 0.4% Yellow, and 5.1% Black. These values are shown in the following charts and tables.

R93.7%
C1.2%
G94.9%
M0.0%
B94.5%
Y0.4%
K5.1%
Color Base R (Red) G (Green) B (Blue)
Decimal 239 242 241
Octal 357 362 361
Hexa #ef #f2 #f1
Binary 11101111 11110010 11110001
Color Base C (Cyan) M (Magenta) Y (Yellow) Y (Black)
Decimal 1 0 0 5
Octal 1 0 0 5
Hexa #01 #00 #00 #05
Binary 00000001 00000000 00000000 00000101

Analogous Colors of #eff2f1

Analogous colors are located 30 degrees away from a color's hue on the color wheel. For #eff2f1 — which has hue 160.0° — its analogous colors are located at 130.0° and 190.0° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #eff2f1.

Triadic Colors of #eff2f1

Triadic colors are located 120 degrees away from a color's hue on the color wheel, which means the original color and its triadic colors are equidistant from one another on the color wheel and form a triangle. For #eff2f1 — which has hue 160.0° — its triadic colors are located at 40.0° and 280.0° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #eff2f1.

Complementary Color of #eff2f1

A complementary color is located opposite a color on the color wheel (180 degrees away). For #eff2f1 — which has hue 160.0° — its complementary color is located at 340.0° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #eff2f1.

Split Complementary Colors of #eff2f1

Split complementary colors are the analogs of a color's complement, which places them 210 degrees away on the color wheel from an original color. For #eff2f1 — which has hue 160.0° — its split complementary colors its split complementary colors are located at 10.0° and 310.0° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #eff2f1.

Tetradic Colors of #eff2f1

Tetradic colors are two sets of complementary colors on either side of a color wheel from each other, forming a rectangle on the color wheel. For #eff2f1 — which has hue 160.0° — its tetradic colors are located at 70.0°, 160.0°, 250.0°, and 340.0° on the color wheel, with the same saturation and lightness as #eff2f1.

Monochromatic Colors of #eff2f1

Monochromatic colors are colors that share a common hue but that have different saturations and lightness. For #eff2f1, we show 9 different monochromatic colors of it, ranging from #e8eaea — (which has very low saturation and very low lightness) — to #f7f9f8 (which has a very high saturation and very high lightness).

HTML+CSS Examples & Previews of #eff2f1

We want to make getting started with #eff2f1 on your website fast and easy! Below are 8 examples of how to integrate #eff2f1 into a website using HTML+CSS. These examples include showing how #eff2f1 can be used to color text, backgrounds, shadows, and borders, as well as how it can be used as a solid fill or gradient fill for rectangles. These examples principally make use of <span> and <div> tags, although the CSS shown in particular can be repurposed to make use of #eff2f1 with other HTML elements.

#eff2f1 Foreground / Text Color

The color of this text is #eff2f1.
<span style="color: #eff2f1;">The color of this text is #eff2f1.</span>

#eff2f1 Background Color

The background color for this text is #eff2f1.
<div style="background-color: #eff2f1; width:100%; height:100%; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">The background color for this text is #eff2f1.</div>

#eff2f1 Text Shadow Color

This color for the shadow of this text is #eff2f1.
<span style="text-shadow: 3px 3px 3px #eff2f1;">This color for the shadow of this text is #eff2f1.</span>

#eff2f1 Border Color

This is a div with border color #eff2f1.
<div style="border: #eff2f1 4px solid;width:100%; height:100%; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a div with border color #eff2f1.</div>

#eff2f1 Color Rectangle on a White Background

This is a rectangle of color #eff2f1 on a white background.
<div style="background-color: #ffffff; padding: 60px; width:100%; height: 100%;"><div style="background-color: #eff2f1; width:100%; height:100%; padding: 10px; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a rectangle of color #eff2f1 on a white background.</div></div>

#eff2f1 Color Rectangle on a Black Background

This is a rectangle of color #eff2f1 on a black background.
<div style="background-color: #000000; padding: 60px; width:100%; height: 100%;"><div style="background-color: #eff2f1; width:100%; height:100%; padding: 10px; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a rectangle of color #eff2f1 on a black background.</div></div>

Gradient from #eff2f1 to White

This is a gradient from #eff2f1 to white.
<div style="background: -webkit-linear-gradient(left,#eff2f1,white); /* Firefox */ background: linear-gradient(to right,#eff2f1,white); /* Safari */ background: -o-linear-gradient(left,#eff2f1,white); /* Opera */ background: -moz-linear-gradient(left,#eff2f1,white); width:100%; height:100%; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a gradient from #eff2f1 to white.</div>

Gradient from #eff2f1 to Black

This is a gradient from #eff2f1 to black.
<div style="background: -webkit-linear-gradient(left,#eff2f1,black); /* Firefox */ background: linear-gradient(to right,#eff2f1,black); /* Safari */ background: -o-linear-gradient(left,#eff2f1,black); /* Opera */ background: -moz-linear-gradient(left,#eff2f1,black); color: #ffffff; width:100%; height:100%; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center;">This is a gradient from #eff2f1 to black.</div>

Coding & Programming with #eff2f1

In addition to using #eff2f1 on the web, we know you might want to use it in your mobile and desktop apps, too. Whatever your needs, the table below shows how to access #eff2f1 in the language and environment of your choice. These code snippets are principally the hexadecimal representation of #eff2f1, or the RGB color coordinates for the same (Red = 239, Green = 242, Blue = 241). If you need details about the color coordinates of #eff2f1 in other color spaces, refer to these details as provided toward the top of this page.

Language Environment Code Snippet
HTML + CSS (Hex Code) Web #eff2f1
HTML + CSS (RGB Code) Web rgb(239, 242, 241)
CSS Background Color Web .myclass { background-color: #eff2f1; }
CSS Foreground + Text Color Web .myclass { color: #eff2f1; }
CSS Border Color Web .myclass { border: 2px solid #eff2f1; }
Java (Multi-platform) new Color(239, 242, 241);
Python (Multi-platform) Color("#eff2f1")
Swift iOS UIColor(red:239, green:242, blue:241, alpha:1.0000)
Objective-C (iOS) iOS [UIColor colorWithRed:239 green:242 blue:241 alpha:1.0000];
OpenGL (Graphics) glColor3f(239f, 242f, 241f);
C# / .NET Windows Color.FromArgb(239, 242, 241);
 

#eff2f1 Color Blindness

Not everyone can see #eff2f1 the same way. For those with color blindness, #eff2f1 might look very, very different. Here, we simulate eight examples of color blindness, and how #eff2f1 looks next to each one of them. In all cases, #eff2f1 is placed in a circle in the upper-left corner of each of the below boxes, with the color in the rest of those boxes signifying how #eff2f1 looks for someone with that type of color blindness. Many people will perceive close similarities between the colors in these boxes and the colors in the circles — with some noticing particular similarities. We offer this insight so that as you make choices about colors to use for your purposes, you can make an informed decision about whether #eff2f1 will be a good fit for everyone in your audience!

Trichromacy

Protanomaly
Affects 1 in 100 Men & 1 in 10,000 Women

Deuteranomaly
Affects 1 in 17 Men & 1 in 250 Women

Tritanomaly
Affects 1 in 10,000

Dichromacy

Protanopia
Affects 1 in 100, Mostly Men

Deuteranopia
Affects 1 in 100, Mostly Men

Tritanopia
Affects 1 in 100,000

Monochromacy

Achromatopsia
Affects 1 in 20,000

Achromatopsia
Affects 1 in 100,000

Accessibility

Not Accessibility Recommended

We analyzed whether #eff2f1 is an accessible color when used as a text / foreground color against a white background. This analysis is based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2 Level issued by W3C. Based on this analysis, we calculate a contrast ratio against white of approximately 1.1:1 against white. Under both the AA and AAA level standards, this is not a high enough ratio to be considered accessible for either normal size or large text.

WCAG AA
Normal Size Text

WCAG AA
Large Size Text

WCAG AAA
Normal Size Text

WCAG AAA
Large Size Text