This velvety rich shade is based on the 1770s paint color uncovered at the John Blair House. Home to a prominent family of Virginians, John Blair, Jr. represented Virginia at the Constitutional Convention and, in 1789, was appointed by George Washington to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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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