Based on the late 18th century paint color found by paint analysts at Burton Parish Church. It was Reverard Goodwin, the rector of the church in the early 20th century, who envisioned the restoration of Virginia's colonial capital and persudaded John D. Rockefeller, Jr. to tour the town in 1926.
LRV, or Light Reflectance Value, is a measurement commonly used by design professionals—such as architects and interior designers—that expresses the percentage of light reflected from a surface. LRVs range from 0-100, with 100 being pure white and 0 being absolute black.
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