Don’t think “baby girl” color here. This color is representative of the heart which … is love. Like the yarn, this particular pink teeters between pink and lavender. Doesn’t it give you a warm and fuzzy feeling?
When (notice I didn’t say where?) would you use this color in your home?
- To sooth someone who had ADHD or depression
- A home office where you need to relax and concentrate
- An older parent living with you? Great color for her
Pink is a very surprising color, at least for me. I protested it for years calling it a “baby girl” color when in fact, it’s so much more.
This is one of those colors that you have to feel before you know that you’ll like it.
I would have never thought of pink for a home office-I am wondering if it would work as a studio color for the same reasons- you have definitely given me something to think about Donna!
As long as you don’t make it bubble gum pink. Mine has a nice lavender undertone – I love it!
Ha! I will be sure to stay away from that shade to be sure!
Ahhh yes colors are so personal. I happen to love pink however I discovered it is a color that one has to carefully choose. Years ago I painted a hallway in my home pink and it turned out much brighter than I had anticipated – bubble gum pink! I lived with it for two years before I couldn’t face this pink hall any longer and had it repainted. Live and learn!
Lol, when it comes to pink, tone it waaay down 🙂