Amber Color Meaning
Named after the tree’s resin, amber is a bright, warm hue that falls between yellow and orange on the color wheel. It is a warmer, deeper, more golden yellow tone, perfect for adding vibrant accents in designs.Â Combine its warm tone with deep browns and reds, and you get a vivid, earthy palette. Alternatively, combine it with deep shades of green for a natural, autumn-inspired effect. Amber is believed to symbolize and promote energy, confidence and security.
Amber is a color used in objects such as traffic lights and turn signals. Amber is a symbolic color which projects energy. This color is linked to Zoroastrianism due to its practice of fire worship in fire temples.Â In some cases you can find beverages that can have the color amber, an example of this is the case of apple juice, apple flavored soft drinks (this effect is obtained due to the caramel color), cider and some types of beer that have this color tone.
Psychology of the Color Amber
Amber is a color that promotes security and confidence. Its warmth can create an atmosphere of security, while its brightness energizes and inspires boldness.Â However, because amber has many similarities to other shades of yellow, it should be avoided in entire rooms or large spaces, as yellow can increase feelings of frustration or anger.
Used in small doses, however, yellow can be a color associated with happiness. People who like amber are fun-loving and seek happiness above all else. They are often nature lovers, and are warm and friendly people. They can be short-tempered, but are generally the ones looking to liven up a room and find reasons to smile.
Types, Shades or Varieties of the Color Amber
One way to classify amber is by color and degree of transparency. This criterion correlates to an optical classification of amber varieties. The colors of amber include yellow, orange, red, white, brown, green, bluish and Â«blackÂ» or in other words, dark shades of other colors.
Amber Color in Decorations
Like most yellows it is attractive, cheerful and bright. But on the other hand, it is not as intense as a lemon yellow or as dark as the ocher color, but it is kept neutral so that we have a more delicate and harmonious option when selecting the color of its family. In this way, the environment painted in amber will look radiant and illuminated, but with a touch of elegance and serenity that this color provides.
The result will depend on the combinations that are made. The best colors to combine with amber are neutral tones such as white and gray, but thanks to its different shades it can look great with other darker or lighter oranges, other yellows or even shades of brown.Â So far, it has not been possible to define a universal definition for the amber color, but it has different variants and the various standards and brands include them in their charts.
In the painting art environment we come across orange, yellow, earthy or beige amber shades, all depending on the paint brand or manufacturer that creates them.Â This color is not located in the color gamut of the sRGB color space, which is the one used by computer monitors.
Amber Color Number or Color Code
- Hex color code: # FFBF00
- RGB code: rgb (255, 191, 0)
Amber Color Objects and Things
A, flower, a chess piece, a guitar, a mushroom, the eyes, a sunset, a necklace
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Resumen / Summary
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AMBER COLOR: Types, Psychology and Meaning
DescripciÃ³n / Description
The Color Amber: Its Combinations and the Objects with this Color. Number of its Code in the Table. Shades of Amber in Decorations
Autor / Author
Juan Carlos Franco
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