Oh, pink.

A color that’s associated with femininity and girly things. But did you know that lighter tones of pink can have a calming effect on you, while brighter, vibrant tones can be stimulating? That’s right, even sports teams sometimes paint the opposing teams locker room pink to keep the players passive and less energetic.

In interior design, the color pink is being used more often due to the surge of popularity in pastel colors. Pastels are a chromatic range of colors that balance the external hustle and bustle with the inner calm of the space they represent. Pink is a versatile color which offers endless possibilities, since it can be combined with other colors without altering its origin and it creates comforting, warm and sophisticated atmospheres.

 

Pink can be used as a feature color in a bathroom or powder room, or as an accompanying highlight to a mosaic. Whether it brings you tranquility or a burst of vigor, pink and other pastel colors are incredibly versatile. So don’t be afraid to experiment and challenge the notion of a traditional design for your space.