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This isn’t your average gray or taupe color, let’s go with a griege as a safe bet. With an LRV of 57 this color is considered a light paint color.
Light Reflectance Value (LRV) is an indicator of the amount of light that is reflected by a color when it is illuminated by a light source.
Sherwin Williams Alpaca is mostly a warm paint color. You can see the warm brown undertones although it can read slightly more gray and cool depending on the lighting.
Depending on the circumstances you can see brown, taupe, and even violet undertones. Again the chameleon nature of this color can come out depending on the lighting environment.
Here are some examples of Alpaca in different spaces so you can get an idea of how it looks.
It adds the perfect amount of warmth to the space, and the white trim adds a crispness needed to brighten the space.
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