Carbon Dating Paint Color
Carbon Dating color is a pitch-dark, charcoal gray that was located on the interior of the Mission Revival building the Mission Inn. Carbon Dating, named for the scientific method of dating an object for archaeologists, is a fitting description of the historic color research conducted for the Then, Now & Forever color collection.
Paint colors represented are approximations and are not exact matches. No guarantee is intended and approval or final color selections and color placement are the responsibility of the property owner or the owner's agent. Purchasing 8 oz. Perfect Palette Sampler color is highly recommended and is easily done online or in-stores.
Hex color code:
RGB color code:
86, 91, 88
CMYK color code:
5, 0, 3, 64
HUE=3.8G | VALUE=3.7 | CHROMA=0.5
Light Reflectance Value:
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