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There is something almost magical about grayed violet. This color has a hint of mystery  that is associated with the color purple. But the gray undertones give it a natural, earthy quality. Grayed violet is associated with woodland fairies, violets, and impermanence.

Is Grayed Violet a Good Fit For Your Home?

This shade of violet is great for a young girls room. During the upcoming teen years, accents in brighter pinks, blues and purples can be added, without the expense of a total make-over.

Grayed violet is at its best in a bedroom when you are trying to encourage a good nights sleep and pleasant dreams.

Colors That Coordinate with Grayed Violet

Grayed violet pairs well with mint green, periwinkle, ice blue, and silvery gray. Use grayed violet’s compliment, canary yellow, as an accent to add some vitality to a room with this very subdued color. If you are decorating a young girls room, consider pairing with rose pink to create a fairytale atmosphere.

Is violet your favorite color? Check out this collection with violet Amborela paintings.

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Red is associated with lots of sweet and mushy things like love, Valentines, and roses. On the flip side it is also associated with anger, the devil, and danger. The boldness of cherry red can make it a powerful color to use in home decor. Because of this, cherry red is often used as an accent color, rather than a wall color.

Is Cherry Red a Good Fit For Your Home?

If you have a bold personality, enjoy being active, or love excitement, cherry red may suite your personality. If you are using cherry red in a kitchen or family room consider the personality of your family as a whole. When your family plays games are they loud and boisterous or quiet and patient? If your family is high energy, using cherry red in a common room may be a good fit.

Where to Use Cherry Red in Your Home

Red is often used in kitchens and dining rooms for its ability to increase the appetite. Red can also be used in a bedroom to create a romantic mood. However, because cherry red is anything but restful, it is not recommended for a bedroom if you have trouble falling asleep.

To see cherry red combined with turquoise check out the bright kitchen color scheme.

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Rose pink is associated with sweetness, first loves, and spring cherry blossoms. While it is the traditional color for baby girl nurseries, it can be used in color palettes throughout the rest of the home with stunning effect.

Is Rose Pink a Good Fit in Your Home?

While rose pink has a soothing, delicate appearance, don’t be fooled into thinking it is only a nursery color. Rose pink comes from the strongest hue, red. Just as the rose has both beauty and thorns, rose pink is both strong and delicate. People with dual natures often feel right at home with this color. If you posses strength with humility, speak bold thoughts with soft words, and find you’re kind even when standing your ground, rose pink may be just the color for you.

Colors that Coordinate with Rose Pink
  • Pair rose pink with cream and walnut brown for a warm and cozy atmosphere. This color combination works well even in formal dining rooms when rose pink is used as an accent.
  • Use jade green and white with rose pink for a refreshing “in the garden” mood. This color palette is well suited for shabby chic, Victorian, and country cottage decor.
  • Create soft, delicate and romantic styled rooms by pairing rose pink with warm cream or ivory. Use an eyelet lace duvet, ruffled curtains, or velvet throw pillows to add interesting textures.
Check out how rose pink can work in a non-gender specific nursery.