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  • Princess to be
    Graham and Brown Name: Princess To Be

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RGB Hexdecimal: #F1E7D9

RGB 0-255: 241, 231, 217

RGB %: 94.5, 90.6, 85.1

CMYK %: 0, 4, 10, 5

Grayscale: 232 (RGB values)

L: 92, a: 2, b: 8

Hue: 35°, Saturation: 10%, Lightness: 95%

X: 77, Y: 10, Z: 95

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Graham and Brown

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Started by two dear friends, Harold Graham and Henry Brown in 1946, with very little between them except foresight and friendship. With the severe shortage of paper following the War, Henry and Harold cleverly procured a large supply of surplus metallic paper, an eight-colour surface printer and a new embossing machine, with which the two men began a wallpaper revolution.

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Approximately seven million different colors can be perceived by the human eye, so deciding what you want when decorating, and narrowing your choice down to one color family, still leaves you with millions of variations to choose from.

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