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85 Types of Blue Violet

 , updated on January 07, 2024
Blue violet is the range of indigo colors between blue and violet on the visible spectrum of light. These are often floral and berry colors that are rare in nature such that they can feel unique but uncomfortable. Blue violet colors are also heavily associated with the ancient pigment ultramarine and dye indigo. These were both well known to the ancient and middle ages such that they are steeped in much culture and lore. For example, dark ultramarine has symbolized status in Europe since antiquity. The following are common blue violet colors.
Dark Royal Blue
#000d50
Indigo Navy
#031d4d
Dark Royal Blue #2
#050e41
Navy Blue
#07185d
Midnight Blueberry
#0b075a
Ultramarine
#120a8f
Royal Blueberry
#142462
Dark Navy Blue
#170036
Midnight Navy Blue
#182d55
Royal Blue
#1900b8
Dark Plum Blue
#1b0040
Royal Ultramarine
#1b1661
Dark Indigo Blue
#1b3453
Violet Denim
#1c0a5b
Indigo #2
#1d1176
Midnight Indigo
#24274c
Royal Indigo
#251a84
Eggplant Blue
#2a1b62
Dark Blueberry
#2b114f
Oxford Orchid
#2c126f
Dark Blue Violet
#2d356e
Deep Indigo
#331258
Deep Blue Violet
#37006b
Indigo Blue
#3827cc
Electric Blueberry
#3b0f99
Blue Violet #3
#3d2c92
Island Indigo
#3e239f
Blueberry Violet
#3e2a59
Electric Ultramarine
#3f00ff
Midnight Plum
#401056
Deep Blueberry
#402e66
Galactic Indigo
#410898
Blue Violet #2
#462d7c
Dull Blue Violet
#47548d
Dark Thistle Blue
#4a428a
Indigo
#4b0082
Periwinkle Blue
#4e5dba
Bright Blueberry
#5111fb
Royal Cornflower Blue
#554dce
Dusky Indigo
#565781
Blue Violet
#571ea3
Neon Blueberry
#5900ff
Grapes Blue
#5d17ce
Hyacinth
#5f5c8d
Dull Thistle
#62457b
Ash Blue Violet
#63648f
Electric Indigo
#6600ff
Iris Blue
#6877f0
Blue Lilac
#6d71c8
Tangy Blueberry
#6f71fb
Light Grape
#7251ff
Gloomy Hyacinth
#757896
Disco Blueberry
#7739ef
Dark Blueberry Violet
#784c7f
Flat Amethyst Blue
#7e6dc3
Indigo Orchid
#8400ff
Light Blueberry
#8666aa
Amethyst Blue
#8679ff
Periwinkle Jam
#8a80ce
Blueberry Violet #2
#8c29c8
Dark Periwinkle
#8e96c0
Flat Periwinkle
#8e9bc4
Classic Periwinkle
#91aee7
Neon Heliotrope
#934ee9
Eggshell Indigo
#9485c3
Orchid Blue
#9da1e2
Cold Periwinkle
#9db7f6
Lavender Blue
#a3a7f3
Wisteria Blue
#a3b1f2
Winter Periwinkle
#a3bff6
Neon Heather
#a5a2e7
Thistle
#b4a3d6
Lavender Pearl
#b4bee6
Lunar Iris
#c0d2e7
Lilac Blue
#c4c9ff
Periwinkle
#ccccff
Blueberry Milk
#cccfff
Pastel Periwinkle
#ccdcff
Pastel Wisteria
#cfc9ff
Lilac
#d1c9ff
Cold Mauve
#d6dbff
Light Lavender
#e6edff
Glazed Periwinkle
#e8e8ff
Lavender White
#f1f0ff
Hyacinth White
#f8f2ff
The history and culture of blue violet color emerged around the dye ultramarine that was historically expensive such that it came to symbolize high status institutions in Europe.
Indigo dye which produces blue violet colors has been used by human civilizations for around 6000 years.
On some color wheels, the spectrum of light between blue and violet is known as indigo.
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