Information about Blurple color

#5539CC - Blurple color image

The history behind the Color Name Blurple

"Blurple" is a playful and informal term used to describe a color that is a blend of blue and purple, with no clear distinction between the two colors. The origin of the color name is a combination of the words "blue" and "purple."

The term "blurple" has been used in various contexts, from describing a particular color of paint or fabric to a color used in branding and marketing. It is often associated with a bright and eye-catching shade that is both fun and unconventional.

The exact origin of the term is not clear, but it is believed to have emerged in the 2000s as a result of the growing trend of creating new and unique color names. The word "blurple" is a playful and creative way to describe a color that is not easily categorized as either blue or purple.

Today, "Blurple" continues to be a popular color choice in a wide range of applications, from fashion to graphic design. Its fun and unconventional nature makes it a great option for brands and products that want to stand out from the crowd and capture attention.

Basic facts about this digital color

HEX #5539CC color name is Blurple.

HEX color code #5539CC represent the color in hexadecimal format by combining three values – the amounts of Red, Green and Blue (RGB).

The RGB values of this color are 85, 57, 204 ( rgb(85, 57, 204) ). That means #5539CC color is composed of 33.3% of Red, 22.4% Green and 80% Blue.

Blurple color variations

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Blurple color harmonies

Color harmonies are pleasing color schemes created according to their position on a color wheel.


Complementary color schemes are made by picking two opposite colors con the color wheel. They appear vibrant near to each other.

Complementary color schemes

Split complementary

Split complementary schemes are like complementary but they uses two adiacent colors of the complement. They are more flexible than complementary ones.

Split complementary color scheme


Analogous color schemes are made by picking three colors that are next to each other on the color wheel. They are perceived as calm and serene.

Analogous color scheme


Triadic color schemes are created by picking three colors equally spaced on the color wheel. They appear quite contrasted and multicolored.

Triadic color scheme


Tetradic color schemes are made form two couples of complementary colors in a rectangular shape on the color wheel.

Tetradic color scheme


Square color schemes are like tetradic arranged in a square instead of rectangle. Colors appear even more contrasting.

Square color scheme

Blurple color backgrounds & wallpapers

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Conversions between color systems and etc.

  • HEX#5539CC
  • RGB85, 57, 204
  • CMYK47, 58, 0, 20
  • HSL251°, 59%, 51%
  • HSV251°, 72%, 80%
  • HSB251°, 72%, 80%
  • HEX ID5539CC
  • DECIMAL ID5585356
  • Name Length7
  • Color Family (Hue)Blue
  • Saturation FamilyModerate Saturation
  • Brightness FamilyModerate Brightness