Ruby Color

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The popularity of Ruby Color in web designs have gone from unimaginable heights. While many designers played with its bright shades and distinctive tones in the past, it is currently the most widely used color for any design project.

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Ruby Color

Its popularity post-dates the release of Apple’s iPhone OS X 10.7 or Lion, where a large number of users from around the world did not just buy into Apple’s colors like earlier but actually appreciated their originality and brilliance. 

The use of these colors went beyond the screen layout and even made its way onto posters, flyers, brochures, etc.

It is often undesirable by web designers considering that it may bring the noise to the site. 

That's why not many web designers would like to use this color. However, in some cases, it is really needed by designers for creating a unique style of page design. 

As we know that Ruby is easily blended with other external colors, it is able to create both bright and dark effect based on the composition. 

Ruby Color in Interior Design

Ruby colour is a really exciting red tone. It’s not just any red, it is a sophisticated and sophisticated hue of red, so perfect for modern interiors when you want to stand out from the crowd. 

The color that we call ruby has Pantone number 19-1546. The name “ruby” comes from the gemstone Ruby. 

This particular color was introduced by in 1992 as a replacement for the word ‘Pomegranate’, which referred to an earlier colour followed by ‘Henna’ and ‘Red Lion’.

Usually, when we think about it, we can relate it to fine jewelry, but that’s only one important application of ruby. 

If you are going for a contemporary feel on your home decorating project, you will do great if you use ruby as one of the accent colors in your space.

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