Feminism, kindness, tranquility, or romanticism. They are the first words that come to mind when we think of one of the classic colors of childhood, PINK. However, it has been shown that the association of colors is affected by the individual experience and cultural influence of each person.
It is important to understand the psychology of color and its impacts on the human being, call it temperature, strong and weak, hard and soft, and active and calm (Birren 2006). The color pink is a very positive tone, it results from adding white to red, so it comes from the most powerful primary color of the entire chromatic circle; thus, as positive qualities, it retains its energetic character but without being aggressive.
Now, imagine that you want to decorate your own space where you are free to feel, think, create, and be yourself; your favorite color is pink; you already chose the tones, shadows, and accessories that enhance the energy of the room. How does it make you feel? Do you associate pink with qualities or situations? Some people say that the color pink evokes a feeling of joy, while others feel creative or feminine.
Each answer has its own story and experience with this color that undoubtedly refreshes and energizes our lives. These are spaces we love; what are yours?