“She was all cotton candy and pink champagne --- and had one of those laughs that made you feel like riding around in a convertible.” ― Linda Bloodworth-Thomason
While perceptions of color are somewhat subjective, there are some color effects that have universal meaning. In fact, every emotion can be tied to a particular color. As a designer, it is my job to tap into the sentiments of my clients, gain perspective on their personalities and somehow find a way to express their individuality through the way they live or work.
I'm always delighted to design for my "pink clients":
Pink is thought to have a calming effect on the brain as it raises the levels of serotonin higher than any other hue on the spectrum. Therefore, pink is associated with happiness and feelings contentment - the color of joy (tickled pink). Although it's widely associated with love and romance, pink is not just for the girls - researchers have found that men who wear pink are perceived as more masculine, approachable and capable of loving others. Even still, we girls relate to Molly Ringwald best, knowing that all all things (from our wardrobes to our interiors) are just a little bit prettier in pink.
Be inspired...express your color.