Ecru 🎨 RGB Color Code: #C2B280
The hexadecimal RGB code of Ecru color is #C2B280. This code is composed of a hexadecimal C2 red (194/256), a B2 green (178/256) and a 80 blue component (128/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(194,178,128). Closest WebSafe color: Medium spring bud (#CCCC99)
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Ecru is still defined by some dictionaries as the colour of unbleached linen, which it still is in French (approximately #FEFEE0 ). In English, over the
Ecru is a town in Pontotoc County, Mississippi. The population was 895 at the 2010 census. Ecru is home to the largest upholstered furniture plant in
unbleached state. Ecru comes from the French word écru, which means literally "raw" or "unbleached". Since at least the 1950s, however, the color ecru has been
from "Fuck..... Instagram", written by Michee Lebrun, as performed by Che Ecru. "Scapegoats" contains an uncredited sample from "Redemption", written by
was in 1627. The normalized color coordinates for sand are identical to ecru, which was first recorded as a color name in English in 1836. The San Diego
in the 1990s, including gold and navy, bright yellow, black and grey, and ecru, the club alternated between yellow and white away kits until the 2008–09
Ecru, along with her partner Ken Fasola, the original owner of the store, first on Melrose Avenue and then in Marina del Rey in Los Angeles. Ecru offered
acrylic is extruded in colored or pigmented form; other is extruded in "ecru", otherwise known as "natural," "raw white," or "undyed." Pigmented fiber
yellow Citron Citrine Cosmic latte Cream Dark goldenrod Ecru Flax Gamboge Gold Gold (metallic) Goldenrod Harvest gold
22% 94% Resene Ebony #555D50 33% 36% 31% 97° 8% 34% 14% 36% Maerz and Paul Ecru #C2B280 76% 70% 50% 45° 35% 63% 34% 76% ISCC-NBS Eerie black #1B1B1B 11%
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