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Google Home Light Colors: Find Your Hue

Ok Google, change the lights to lavender.” With a simple voice command, your room transforms. Welcome to the world of Google Home light colors. It’s a feature that adds color and fun to your daily routine.

In this guide, we’re diving into everything you need to know about Google Home’s colorful options. From ‘Mint Green’ to ‘Sunset Orange,’ there’s a whole spectrum waiting for you. Whether you’re a smart home newbie or a tech enthusiast, learning about these colors will make your home brighter and smarter.

Let’s get started and brighten up your home with Google Home light colors.

Looking for a shade of white? Try the shades of white list instead.

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Understanding Google Home Light Colors

With Google Home, changing the color of your lights is as easy as saying, “Ok Google, turn the kitchen lights to sky blue.” Each color you choose can set a different mood in your room. Whether you want a relaxing green or a lively red, there’s a color for every mood and occasion in the Google Home color list.

Using different colors can change the feel of your home. It’s not just about light; it’s about creating the right atmosphere. Whether hosting a party or reading, the right color can make a big difference.

Let’s explore how to use these colors to make your home more enjoyable and suited to your style.

Mastering Google Home Light Color Commands

Controlling your home lighting with Google Home is not just convenient; it’s incredibly intuitive. Let’s say you’re in the mood for some relaxation. Just say, “Ok Google, change the lights to soft purple,” and your room instantly matches your mood. But how exactly do you master these commands?

First, ensure your smart lights are properly set up and connected to your Google Home device. Once that’s done, the real fun begins. You can experiment with commands like, “Ok Google, set the living room to ocean blue,” or “Ok Google, make the lights crimson in the study.” It’s all about finding the right phrases that work for you.

Remember, the names of the colors can be as simple as ‘red’ or ‘blue,’ or more creative, like ‘lavender’ or ‘peach.’ There’s a whole palette at your disposal. By mastering these voice commands, you can effortlessly switch up the ambiance of any room in your house.

In the next section, we’ll delve into the diverse range of Google Assistant colors to help you further explore your options.

Google Assistant Colors

These colors are listed as supported by manufacturers and also work for me.

“Hey Google, set the light to _____”

Alabama Crimson
Alice Blue
Amaranth
Amber
Amethyst
Android Green
Antique Fuchsia
Antique White
Apricot
Aqua
Aquamarine
Army Green
Artichoke
Ash Gray
Asparagus
Atomic Tangerine
Auburn
Avacado
Aztec Gold
Azure
Baby Blue
Baby Pink
Barbie Pink
Barn Red
Battleship Gray
Beaver
Beige
Bittersweet
Black
Blizzard Blue
Blue
Blue Bell
Blue Gray
Blue Violet
Blue-Gray
Blue-Green
Blue-Violet
Blush
Bottle Green
Brick Red
Bright Mint
Brilliant Rose
Brown
Brunswick Green
Buff
Burgundy
Burnished Brown
Burnt Orange
Burnt Sienna
Burnt Umber
Byzantium
Cadet Blue
Cadet Gray
Cadmium Orange
Cadmium Red
Cal Poly Pomona Green
Cameo Pink
Capri
Cardinal
Caribbean Green
Carmine
Carnation Pink
Carrot Orange
Castleton Green
Celadon
Celadon Green
Celeste
Celestial Blue
Cerise
Cerulean
Cerulean Blue
Cerulean Frost
Champagne
Charcoal
Charcoal Gray
Charleston Green
Charm Pink
Chartreuse
Chesnut
Chili Red
China Pink
Chocolate
Cinnamon Satin
Citrine
Cobalt Blue
Cocoa Brown
Congo Pink
Copper
Copper Penny
Coral
Coral Pink
Cornell Red
Cornflower
Cosmic Cobalt
Cotton Canddy
Cotton Candy
Cream
Crimson
Cyan
Cyber Yellow
Dandelion
Dark Blue
Dark Cyan
Dark Goldenrod
Dark Gray
Dark Green
Dark Khaki
Dark Magenta
Dark Olive Green
Dark Orange
Dark Orchid
Dark Purple
Dark Red
Dark Salmon
Dark Slate Gray
Dark Turquoise
Dark Venetian Red
Dark Violet
Dartmouth Green
Deep Pink
Deep Sky Blue
Denim
Desert Sand
Desire
Dim Gray
Dodger Blue
Ecru
Eggplant
Egyptian Blue
Electric Blue
Electric Indigo
Electric Lime
Emerald
Eminence
English Vermilion
Fandango
Feldgrau
Fern
Fern Green
Fire Brick
Fire Engine Red
Flame
Forest Green
French Fuchsia
French Pink
Fuchsia Rose
Fuschia
GO Green (GO Transit, Toronto)
Gainsboro
Gamboge
Ghost White
Giants Orange
Glaucous
Glossy Grape
Gold
Goldenrod
Granite Gray
Granny Smith Apple
Gray
Gray Green
Green
Green Sheen
Green Yellow
Green-Blue
Green-Yellow
Gunmetal
Harlequin
Harvard Crimson
Harvest Gold
Heliotrope
Honeydew
Hot Magenta
Hot Pink
Hunter Green
IU Crimson (Indiana University)
Imperial Red
Independence
India Green
Indian Red
Indigo
Indigo Dye
International Orange
Islamic Green
Ivory
Jade
Jasmine
Jazzberry Jam
Jet
Jonquil
Jungle Green
KSU Purple (Kansas State University)
Kelly Green
Khaki
Kobicha
Lapis Lazuli
Laser Lemon
Laurel Green
Lavender
Lavender Blush
Lawn Green
Lemon
Lemon Chiffon
Lemon Yellow
Liberty
Light Blue
Light Chrome Green
Light Coral
Light Cyan
Light Goldenrod Yellow
Light Gray
Light Green
Light Pink
Light Salmon
Light Sea Green
Light Sky Blue
Light Slate Gray
Light Steel Blue
Light Venetian Red
Light Yellow
Lilac Luster
Lime
Lime Green
Linen
Lion
MSU Green (Michigan State University)
Macaroni and Cheese
Madder Lake
Magenta
Magenta Haze
Magic Mint
Mahogany
Maize
Malachite
Manatee
Mango Tango
Mantis
Mardi Gras
Marengo
Marigold
Maroon
Mauve
Mauvelous
Medium Aquamarine
Medium Blue
Medium Chrome Green
Medium Purple
Medium Rose
Medium Sea Green
Medium Spring Green
Medium Turquoise
Medium Violet
Mellow Yellow
Melon
Midnight Blue
Midnight Green
Mikado Yellow
Mimi Pink
Mint Cream
Mint Green
Misty Moss
Misty Rose
Morning Blue
Moss Green
Mountain Meadow
Mulberry
Mustard
Myrtle Green
Mystic Maroon
Naples Yellow
Navajo White
Navy
Navy Blue
Neon Carrot
Neon Green
New York Pink
Nickel
Oklahoma Crimson
Old Gold
Old Lace
Olive
Olive Drab
Olive Green
Onyx
Orange
Orange Peel
Orange Red
Orange-Yellow
Orchid
Outer Space
Outrageous Orange
Pacific Blue
Pakistan Green
Pansy Purple
Papaya Whip
Paradise Pink
Paris Green
Pastel Pink
Peach
Peach Puff
Pearly Purple
Periwinkle
Permanent Geranium Lake
Persian Green
Persian Orange
Persian Pink
Persimmon
Peru
Pewter Blue
Phlox
Pig Pink
Piggy Pink
Pigment Red
Pine Green
Pink
Pink Flamingo
Pink Lace
Pink Lavender
Pink Sherbert
Platinum
Plum
Polished Pine
Portland Orange
Powder Blue
Princeton Orange
Process Yellow
Pumpkin
Purple
Purple Heart
Purple Mountain Majesty
Purple Pizzazz
Purpureus
Queen Pink
Quick Silver
Radical Red
Raw Sienna
Raw Umber
Razzle Dazzle Rose
Razzmatazz
Red
Red-Orange
Red-Violet
Resolution Blue
Rifle Green
Robin Egg Blue
Rocket Metallic
Rose
Rose Dust
Rose Quartz
Royal Blue
Royal Purple
Royal Yellow
Ruby
Russet
Russian Green
Rust
Rusty Red
Sacramento State Green
Safety Orange
Safety Yellow
Saffron
Salmon
Salmon Pink
Sandy Brown
Sapphire
School Bus Yellow
Screamin’ Green
Sea Green
Seashell
Sepia
Shadow
Shadow Blue
Shamrock
Shamrock Green
Shiny Shamrock
Shocking Pink
Sienna
Silver
Silver Pink
Sky Blue
Sky Magenta
Slate Blue
Slate Gray
Slytherin Green
Smokey Topaz
Snow
Space Cadet
Spring Green
Steel Blue
Steel Teal
Straw
Sugar Plum
Sunglow
Sunset Orange
Super Pink
Tan
Tango Pink
Taupe
Tawny
Tea Rose
Teal
Teal Blue
Thistle
Tickle Me Pink
Tiffany Blue
Tomato
Tropical Indigo
Tropical Rain Forest
Tumbleweed
Turkey Red
Turquoise
Turquoise Blue
Twilight Lavender
Tyrian Purple
UT Orange (University of Tennessee)
Ultramarine
Ultramarine Blue
Unmellow Yellow
Utah Crimson
Van Dyke Brown
Vanilla
Vanilla Ice
Venetian Red
Verdigris
Violet
Violet (Purple)
Violet-Blue
Violet-Red
Viridian
Vivid Tangerine
Vivid Violet
Wheat
White
White Smoke
Wild Blue Yonder
Wild Strawberry
Wild Watermelon
Wine
Wintergreen Dream
Wisteria
Wood Brown
Yellow
Yellow-Green
Yellow-Orange

Unsupported Google Assistant Light Colors

These are colors that are said to be supported, but I’m unable to get working.

Almond
Antique Brass
Banana Mania
Bisque
Blanched Almond
BurlyWood
Canary
Cornsilk
Dark Sea Green
Dark Slate Blue
Floral White
Fuzzy Wuzzy
Inchworm
Jasper
Medium Orchid
Medium Slate Blue
Medium Violet Red
Moccasin
Moonstone
Pale Goldenrod
Pale Green
Pale Turquoise
Pale Violet Red
Peridot
Pink Pearl
Rebecca Purple
Rosy Brown
Saddle Brown
Scarlet
Tiger’s Eye
Timberwolf
Vermilion

Google Home Smart Light Options

Choosing smart lights for Google Home? Many options that work with Alexa are also great for Google Home. Check out this guide, Best Smart Lights for Alexa, for easy recommendations. It’s a quick way to find the right lights to respond to commands like, “Ok Google, turn the living room to midnight blue.”

With the right smart lights, controlling the ambiance of your home with Google Home becomes a breeze.

Next, let’s dive into common questions about Google Home light colors.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where did you find these color names?

These color names were compiled from various sources, including Philips Hue color lists, LIFX color support, and standardized color lists found on platforms like Wikipedia.

Where are the unsupported color names from?

I tested them myself. The colors in the supported and unsupported lists are taken from various color standards and lists, like this Wikipedia list

What are the most popular Google Home light colors?

Popular choices often include ‘Soft White’ for a calm atmosphere and ‘Bright Purple’ for a more energized setting. However, preferences can vary widely.

How do I set up my Google Home to change light colors?

Ensure your smart lights are Google Home-compatible, then connect them via the Google Home app. Use voice commands like, “Ok Google, change the bedroom to ocean blue.”

Can I control the brightness of colors through Google Home?

Yes, you can adjust your lights’ color and brightness with commands such as, “Ok Google, dim the living room lights to 50%.”

Is it possible to have Google Home change colors automatically at certain times?

Definitely, you can set routines in the Google Home app to automatically change light colors at specific times, like a calming blue for bedtime or a bright yellow for morning.

Wrapping It Up: The Magic of Google Home Colors

We’ve taken a colorful journey through Google Home light colors. From the calm of ‘Warm White’ to the excitement of ‘Tiger Orange,’ we see how a simple command like “Ok Google, set the lights to ocean blue” can transform a room.

Now it’s your turn to play with these colors. Find your favorite shades and see how they change your space. For more smart home ideas, especially with Google Assistant, check out our Google Archives.

I’d love to hear from you. What’s your go-to Google Home light color? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments. Your insights help us all create better smart home experiences.

4 thoughts on “Google Home Light Colors: Find Your Hue”

  1. Oh my God! Thank you thank you thank you! You have no freaking idea how long I’ve been searching for a complete Google and Siri list of colors which was totally complete. This is fabulous! Would you mind if I share this page with my blog followers? I’d be happy to give you full credit for the list.

  2. Whenever I asked the Google Assistant to change the lights to “red”, it always failed to understand, instead using “read”. The workaround for this is to say colour then red. For example, “OK Google, change the office lights to colour red.”

    I don’t think there is a way to have the ARGB LED strip lights to change to one of the other supported modes, like sound-linked or “breathing” or colour-shifting.

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