18th Century Green Color


18th Century Green is calm, warm-toned shade of warm yellow. It is better contrasting with white. This color combines beautifully with cool blue, warm magenta or warm cyan

Inverse Color #5a6cbb
Complementary Color #4456a5
Color Shade: warm yellow (48.87° hue)
Color Temperature: warm
Lightness: 45.69% (better contrasting with white)
18th Century Green Color Sample
18th Century Green Color Sample

Better Alternatives To #a59344

If you're looking for a similar warm yellow shade, there are some better alternatives to 18th Century Green Color. The Raked Leaves color for instance is a darker and a bit more faded option, however this color has a orange bias. Consider a darker and more saturated alternative called Verdant (#847e35) for more energetic effect. Try Capers as it also a bit more faded and calm.

Complementary Palette

#4456a5 is the best complementary color to 18th Century Green. Cool blue shades generally complement the warm yellow hues best as they are found on the opposite end of the color wheel. The most popular #a59344 complementary color is San Marino, as it offers maximum contrast and grab the viewer's attention.

Analogous Palette

The analogous palette of warm red, warm yellow, and cool yellow colors offers a soft combination of similar warm shades. The analogous colors of Driftwood are #a56244 and #86a544. Thus found on the left and right of #a59344 on the color wheel with a 30° gap. Consider matching Cape Palliser and Sushi colors as they work well with 18th Century Green.

Split-complementary Palette

The split-complementary 18th Century Green palette consists of #6244a5 and #4486a5 colors. They can be found 30° apart on either side of the complementary color (#4456a5). Try Royal Purple and Steel Blue colors in combination with #a59344, as they are not as contrasting as a complementary color, hence, giving more hue variety to make your design stand out.

Triadic Palette

The triadic palette of #a59344 offers a combination of cool magenta and warm cyan shades and equally high contrast between the three of them. Find triadic colors at the 120° distance from the 18th Century Green. Thus Vivid Violet and Ocean Green giving maximum hue separation to use all three together.

Square Palette

The square color palette of 18th Century Green contains three additional colors. Thus, complementary San Marino, Chateau Green, and Rouge split by 90° on the color wheel. #a59344 square combo is a palette of warm yellow, cool green, cool blue and warm magenta shades that work together well.

Tetradic Palette

The tetradic palette is a bit more complex than the square and has more of a rectangle shape. 18th Century Green tetradic combo consists of cool blue complementary color (#4456a5) and two others. The Ocean Green is positioned 120° clockwise from the primary color and Hippie Pink – 120° from the complementary San Marino. This palette is not recommended to use as-is. Try to tweak the saturation and brightness of #44a593 and #a54456.

Conversion Table

In a RGB color space, hex #a59344 is made of 43% red, 39% green and 18% blue. In a HSL mode 18th Century Green has a hue angle of 48.87°, a saturation of 41.63% and a lightness of 45.69%. In a CMYK space (used in printing only), hex #a59344 is made of 0% cyan, 7.06% magenta, 38.04% yellow and 35.29% black ink.

HEX #a59344
RGB Decimal rgb(165,147,68)
RGB Percentage 43%, 39%, 18%
CMYK 0, 7.06, 38.04, 35.29
HSL hsl(48.87,41.63%,45.69%)
HSV (or HSB) hsv(48.87,58.79%,64.71%)
CIE-LAB lab(61.0316,-3.3724,43.4939)
XYZ xyz(26.9942,29.2841,9.6985)