This rich salmon color was discovered by researchers on the exterior of an 18th century home near Williamsburg and was re-created by handmixing white and red iron oxide pigments.
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.
Williamsburg® Paint Color Collection
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