Alexa smart light colors: All 133, listed

Alexa smart light colors:

Alexa smart light colors come in over 133 different shades and hues. You can use Amazon's voice assistant on an Echo smart speaker or the Alexa mobile app to change the colors of most of the best smart light bulbs around.

If you know how to use Alexa to the fullest and are familiar with all of the best Alexa skills for your smart home, you have probably figured out you can change the color of your Philips Hue lights, TP-Link bulbs or any other multicolor smart lights that support millions of colors. The colors you can request Alexa to display expand far beyond your basic blue, green, yellow and red hues.

In fact there are 133 unique colors Alexa knows. Some of the names might be difficult to recall off-hand, but if you love the look of Cornflower purple or Olive yellow, you'll likely learn to remember them.

And if you can't commit the exhaustive options list to memory you can always check back on this guide for a complete list of all the Alexa colors.

With one of the best Alexa smart speakers, you can simply holler for your lights change. Once you've found the color settings you fancy, learn how to create an Alexa routine and assign your lights to change at sunset, or when your arrive home.

Here are all the Alexa smart light colors. Yes, all 133, separated by generalized color.

Alexa smart light colors: Red and pink

  • Crimson
  • Dark Red
  • Firebrick
  • Orange Red
  • Red
  • Deep Pink
  • Hot Pink
  • Light Pink
  • Maroon
  • Medium Violet Red
  • Pale Violet Red
  • Pink
  • Plum
  • Tomato
  • Web Maroon

Alexa smart light colors: Orange and peach

  • Chocolate
  • Dark Orange
  • Orange Web
  • Maroon
  • Coral
  • Light Coral
  • Light Salmon
  • Orange
  • Orange Red
  • Peru
  • Salmon
  • Sienna
  • Sandy Brown

Alexa smart light colors: Yellow

  • Gold
  • Goldenrod
  • Lime
  • Olive
  • Yellow

Alexa smart light colors: Green

  • Aquamarine
  • Chartreuse
  • Dark Green
  • Dark Olive Green
  • Dark Sea Green
  • Forest Green
  • Green
  • Green Yellow
  • Lawn Green
  • Light Green
  • Lime Green
  • Medium Sea Green
  • Medium Spring Green
  • Olive Drab
  • Pale Green
  • Sea Green
  • Spring Green
  • Web Green
  • Yellow Green

Alexa smart light colors: Blue

  • Aqua
  • Azure
  • Blue
  • Cadet Blue
  • Cornflower
  • Cyan
  • Dark Blue
  • Dark Cyan
  • Dark Slate Blue
  • Dark Turquoise
  • Deep Sky Blue
  • Dodger Blue
  • Light Blue
  • Light Sea Green
  • Light Sky Blue
  • Medium Blue
  • Medium Turquoise
  • Midnight Blue
  • Navy Blue
  • Pale Turquoise
  • Powder Blue
  • Royal Blue
  • Sky Blue
  • Slate Blue
  • Steel Blue
  • Teal
  • Turquoise

Alexa smart light colors: Purple

  • Blue Violet
  • Dark Magenta
  • Dark Orchid
  • Dark Violet
  • Fuchsia
  • Indigo
  • Lavender
  • Magenta
  • Medium Orchid
  • Medium Purple
  • Orchid
  • Purple
  • Rebecca Purple
  • Rosy Brown
  • Violet
  • Web Purple

Alexa smart light colors: White

  • Alice Blue
  • Antique White
  • Blanched Almond
  • Cornsilk
  • Dark Khaki
  • Floral White
  • Gainsboro
  • Ghost White
  • Honeydew
  • Ivory
  • Khaki
  • Lavender Blush
  • Lemon Chiffon
  • Light Cyan
  • Light Goldenrod
  • Light Steel Blue
  • Light Yellow
  • Linen
  • Mint Cream
  • Misty Rose
  • Moccasin
  • Old Lace
  • Pale Goldenrod
  • Papaya Whip
  • Peach Puff
  • Seashell
  • Silver
  • Snow
  • Tan
  • Thistle
  • Wheat
  • White
  • White Smoke

We know this list may seem long, but that's just the power of Alexa. Check out our list of the best Alexa skills for more ways you can take advantage of Amazon's voice assistant in your smart home, as well as our roundup of the best Alexa compatible devices for further raising your home's IQ.

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