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What color is cyberspace?

Answer: If you guessed some dark shade of gray, you’re thinking along the same lines as Sherwin-Williams.

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<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/small_realm/6828340118" target="_blank"> Flickr/Bob Mical</a>
Last year, Sherwin-Williams announced the launch of its ColorSnap Color ID tool, which helps users find the right colors for their home based on eight themed palettes. Each palette is based on a different personality, so whether you’re a trendsetter, a minimalist or a dreamer, you know which colors would suit you best. Because apparently just picking your favorite isn’t enough anymore.

There is one personality palette, however, that has a tech-focused option among its color selections. In the Enthusiast palette, beside colors such as “Earthen Jug,” “Leather Bound” and “Natural Linen” is the option “Cyberspace.” Now, we cover cyberspace and cybersecurity and basically all things cyber here at GT, but this is a new one even for us. Turns out, Sherwin-Williams thinks cyberspace looks like a dark shade of gray. Check it out and see if you agree.

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