Pink- What it means in interiors & flower paintings
Pink- What can it bring you?
Pink, Cerise, Magenta, Blush, Salmon, Fuchsia, Flamingo, Amethyst, Amaranth, Rose, Coral, Cyclamen, Raspberry, Carmine, Baby ..
From the palest baby blush to the wow of a big bold cerise. Whatever you want call it, all the shades always have something in common.
They bring a revitalising warmth of femininity, romance, a relaxing feeling of wellbeing.
Depending on the shade, by adding soft or bold shades to your room you can instantly change the mood.
The brighter bolder shades resonate with confidence, youthful energy, sensual and passionate in an invigorating way. The softer tones bring romance, nurturing, gentle healing.
With a lighthearted, carefree and joyful feeling to it, you can imagine how that will affect your mood in an interior setting.
Lots or a little?
Either go the whole hog and surround yourself in this happy colour or just add subtle touches here or there. Either way the colour will enhance and change the mood of a room.
In thePink literally means feeling good, healthy, happy
Tickled pink- Playful, giggly, joyful
All the connotations of feeling great!
As an artist, this gorgeous colour keeps coming up in my work. Nature, especially flowers have so many shades that I never get bored of them!
If you’d like to add some gorgeous pinkness to your life with an original painting, a limited edition print or one of my flower paintings on a velvet cushion, pop to my new online shop and let me know what tickles you pink!Please share this...
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