ochre color schemes
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Ochre color palette codes and combinations

Thinking of using an ochre color palette for your next project, you've come to the right place! Next, we will show you some palettes that combine with the ochre color so that you can select the one that you like the most.

Combinations with ochre color

ochre color monochrome palette
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ochre and gray
#4e3300 #82612d #b9935a #33312f #6e6c68
ochre and gray
ochre and blue
#4e3300 #82612d #b9935a #2196f3 #81c9fa
ochre and blue
ochre and orange
#4e3300 #82612d #b9935a #ff9800 #ffcc50
ochre and orange
ochre and brown
#4e3300 #82612d #b9935a #8d4925 #b96e48
ochre and brown
ochre and mustard color
#4e3300 #82612d #b9935a #f6a700 #fed353
ochre and mustard color
ochre and green
#4e3300 #82612d #b9935a #009929 #5ccb5f
ochre and green

What is the ochre color?

ochre is a shade of orange-brown found on the color spectrum. Typically associated with earth tones such as yellow, orange, and brown.

Often described as a soft shade, but can also be found in deeper shades. The term "ochre" comes from the Latin "ochra", a word used by the Romans to describe a variety of pigments.