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The various shades of the color coral are representations of the wide range of colors of the class of cnidarians also called corals. The complementary color of coral is teal. Coral and coral pink are popular colors in interior design to give a calm feeling of warmth to a room. In some sects of Hinduism, coral red instead of red is shown as being the color which represents the first (muladhara) chakra in Hindu philosophy.
Safety orange (also known as blaze orange, vivid orange, Caltrans orange, or Omaha orange) is a hue. Its deeper, more saturated shade is known as international orange. Safety orange is used to set objects apart from their surroundings, particularly in complementary contrast to the azure color of the sky (azure is the complementary color of orange, and therefore there is a very strong contrast between the two colors). The color is commonly used for high-visibility clothing to be worn while hunting.
Burnt orange has been in use as a color name for this deep shade of orange since 1915. Burnt Orange was popular in interior design in the 1970s. Redheads usually have hair that is actually a burnt orange color.
Pumpkin is a color that resembles pumpkins. The first recorded use of Pumpkin as a color name in English was in 1922.
Gamboge is a rather transparent dark mustard yellow pigment.
Gamboge is most often extracted by tapping resin from various species of evergreen trees of the family Guttiferae. The trees must be ten years old before they are tapped. The resin is extracted by making spiral incisions in the bark, and by breaking off leaves and shoots and letting the milky yellow resinous gum drip out. The resulting latex is collected in hollow bamboo canes. After the resin is congealed, the bamboo is broken away and large rods of raw gamboge remain.
Pink orange is a mix of the colors pink and orange. It also resembles a "flesh tone" that painters sometimes try to make. This can be very difficult but when achieved, works very well.
Peach is a color that combines pink and orange colors. This color is named for the pale color of the peach fruit. Like the color apricot, the color called peach is paler than most actual peach fruits and seems to have been formulated (like the color apricot) primarily to create a pastel palette of colors for interior design. Peach can also be described as pale orange.
mber is an orange-yellow color that got its name from the material known as amber. Due to this, amber can refer not to one but to a series of shades of orange, since the natural material varies from nearly yellow when newer to orange or reddish-orange when older. Amber is a pure chroma color on the color wheel halfway between orange and yellow. It is a color that is 75% yellow and 25% red.
Displayed at right is the actual color of the outer skin of a typical orange. This color is called orange peel. It is the same color as the fruit for which it was named. In contrast to blue or red, this color is well determined.
Rust is a red-orange color resembling iron oxide. It is a commonly used color in stage lighting, and appears roughly the same color as photographic safe lights when used over a standard tungsten light source.
Portland Orange is the color of light emitted by the don't walk phase of pedestrian crossing signals in the U.S. and Canada. Its chromaticism is specified by the Institute of Transportation Engineers in that body's technical standards,and its application is stipulated in the U.S. Federal Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Various jurisdictional standards also require Portland Orange for don't walk signs.
The color champagne is a name given for various very pale tints of yellowish-orange that are close to beige. The color's name is derived from the typical color of the beverage champagne. Champagne is most often used to describe gemstones or paint finishes (such as for an automobile) in order to imply that one is purchasing a luxury product.