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Ice cube (SW 6252) vs Tricorn black (SW 6258)

This color comparison involves two colors that comes from the same color collection. The first one is named Ice cube and also has a code SW 6252 assigned to it. The color chart is named Sherwin-Williams paint colors and it is quite popular among paint manufacturers and color designers. The swatch sample for Ice cube (SW 6252) color is depicted on the left side a little bit lower on this page. The second color (depicted on the right side) is named Tricorn black and also has a code SW 6258 assigned to it. Both of these colors are from the same color chart mentioned before.

Ice cube (SW 6252)

HEX Code:#E3E4E1
HEX Color name:  (?)
RGB Decimal:227, 228, 225
RGB Float:0.89, 0.894, 0.882
CMYK Percentage:0, 0, 1, 11
Sherwin Williams Ice cube (SW 6252) vs Tricorn black (SW 6258) side by side
Sherwin Williams Ice cube (SW 6252) vs Tricorn black (SW 6258) side by side

Tricorn black (SW 6258)

HEX Code:#2F2F30
HEX Color name:  (?)
RGB Decimal:47, 47, 48
RGB Float:0.184, 0.184, 0.188
CMYK Percentage:2, 2, 0, 81
The colors are being compared by putting them together side by side. That is how you can spot the differences between them. For example, one color can be slightly darker, brighter or more vivid than the other, and this comparison is the best way to find this out.
In addition to visual comparison we offer a table of individual properties for each color. These tables on the right and the left side provide typical technical details about either of these colors. Such details usually include HEX, RGB, CMYK and other common components to form these colors.
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