Morning everyone, happy Friday & lets welcome the gorgeous Laura from Dreambox I.D whos todays featured guest writer. Laura is here with her monthly column on colour psycology.

Colour Psychology - Pink

February - The month of Love.

It seems only right that this month we take a look at the colour psychology of pink.

Feminine and romantic, affectionate and intimate, thoughtful and caring. Is it any wonder why we refer to it as the colour of love.
A fact you may or may not know, pink is a tint of red and interestingly, red is the only colour that has an entirely separate name for its tints. Tints of blue, green, yellow, etc. are simply called light blue, light green and so forth. With this in mind, pink has the power to change how you feel by simply changing the tone of the colour. The deeper the pink, the more passion and power it exhibits but a soft rose calms and reassures our emotional energies. Evokes feelings of nostalgia and innocence. 
To ensure you do not create a room which could be portrayed as immature or girlish use tones such as grey and black to create a more sophisticated room.

I hope you have joined this months colour psychology and have been inspired. Make sure you come and join me next month.

L. x