What are some dark blue colors?

The following are common types of dark blue.

  • Galaxy Blue. #000044.
  • Scotch Blue. #000077.
  • Navy Blue. #000080.
  • Dark Blue. #00008B.
  • Medium Blue. #0000cd.
  • Interstellar Blue. #001155.
  • Cetacean Blue. #001440.
  • Maastricht Blue. #001c3d.

What is the darkest blue shade?

midnight blue
While they are both dark shades of blue, midnight blue is not the same as navy blue. Midnight blue is darker than navy blue and is generally considered to be the deepest shade of blue, one so dark that it might be mistaken for black.

What is the color number for dark blue?

The color darkblue / Dark blue with hexadecimal color code #00008b is a medium dark shade of blue-magenta. In the RGB color model #00008b is comprised of 0% red, 0% green and 54.51% blue.

What are all the shades of blue called?

blue green. blue violet. cornflower. Prussian blue (later renamed “midnight blue”)

What is the most popular shade of blue?

Here are some of our most popular shades of blue, including Breath of Fresh Air 806, the Color of the Year 2014.

  • Palladian Blue. HC-144. Shop Now.
  • Iceberg. 2122-50. Shop Now.
  • Ocean Air. 2123-50. Shop Now.
  • Breath of Fresh Air. 806. Shop Now.
  • Mt. Rainier Gray. 2129-60.
  • Beacon Gray. 2128-60. Shop Now.
  • Wedgewood Gray. HC-146.
  • Smoke. 2122-40.

What color is close to black?

Colors often considered “shades of black” include onyx, black olive, charcoal, and jet; these colors and other variations of black are shown below.

What is dark blue symbolic of?

Dark blue is associated with depth, expertise, and stability; it is a preferred color for corporate America. Light blue is associated with health, healing, tranquility, understanding, and softness. Dark blue represents knowledge, power, integrity, and seriousness.

What is the rarest shade of blue?

1. Lapis Lazuli. Lapus Lazuli is a blue mineral so rare that in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance it was actually more valuable than gold. Today it is still a much sought-after stone prized for its intense blue hue.