Pink is a lightened version of the red-violet hue, leaning towards red. There are tons of pink meanings since it comes in a variety of values and saturations …from soft pink to vibrant bright pink. And, it can convey a variety of meanings when you use it in your home as well as wear it.
Lighter and softer pink meanings
When you wear lighter to softer pinks & roses, you are conveying the following message about yourself:
vibrant pink meanings
When you wear the more vibrant and richer pinks, you are evoking the following feelings:
The universal meaning of pink
Universally, pink conveys intimacy and nurturing.
My friend Jill from the Colour Studio has a room in her home that is painted pink. A pink that is a mix of the Intimate & Nurturing images below. I’m not a huge fan of the soft, feminine pinks but this pink…when I am in that room, I feel enveloped…nurtured…happy.
In fact, many hospitals and prisons have found that pink is good at calming people in agitated circumstances…there is a lot of research supporting this including the use of pink lighting.
Make sure to check out my pink board on Pinterest for more visions of pink including a pic of Jill’s pink room.