Color Column: Mauve

What is the color mauve? Mauve is a pale purple color that sits between violet and pink in the color wheel, named after the mallow flower, also called mauve in French. Today, the name mauve has remained the more …

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#Nixplore Violet

  Nixplore Blog: How To Use Violet in Design There is so much color to be discovered in the world! This is why the Nix Color Column is the perfect way to learn more about …

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Color Column: Violet

What does violet represent? Purple combines the calm stability of blue and the fierce energy of red. The color purple is often associated with royalty, nobility, luxury, power, and ambition. Purple also represents meanings of wealth, …

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#Nixplore Blue-Violet

  Nixplore Blog: How To Use Blue-Violet in Design We are half way through the Nix Color Column series! Take a look at some of best hues of blue-violet from paint brands: Cloverdale Paint and …

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Color Column: Blue-Violet

What does blue-violet represent? Blue-violet is a type of violet color. In its meaning, violet is associated with mystery, feminine qualities, magic, and royalty. There are many variations of blue-violet, including: Periwinkle Hex: #CCCCFF RGB: 204, 204, …

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#Nixplore Blue

Explore a world of blue design and inspiration with Nix. Nixplore Blog: How To Use Blue in Design #Nixplore blue in the Nix Color Column series. Color Column is all about sharing and color inspiration. …

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Color Column: Blue

What does blue represent? The primary color blue is the color of trust and responsibility. Blue has positive affects on both the mind and the body. It evokes rest and can cause the body to produce chemicals …

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#Nixplore Blue-Green

Explore a world of blue-green design and inspiration with Nix. #Nixplore blue-green in the Nix Color Column. Get inspired by the use of blue-green in these unique spaces. From walls to carpets, blue-green instantly adds …

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Color Column: Blue-Green

What is blue-green? Blue-green is a tertiary color between the colors green (secondary) and blue (primary) on a typical traditional old-fashioned RYB color wheel. Interestingly, blue-green is one of Crayola’s oldest crayon colors and has …

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