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Pink decoration pastel & grey – the soft, harmonious decorations in pink and grey are virtually a tribute to femininity. Less luminous and emotional than the colour red, a decoration in pink and pastel is suitable for arranging a gentle, delicate and lovely surrounding. You can hardly escape the feminine appeal of a decoration in pink. A variation of the much stronger red, the symbol par excellence for love and passion, a decoration in pink and pastel - combined by us with concrete, copper and shades of grey - resembles a fresh, soft breeze wafting through the room.In our selection ‘Killing me softly’, our arrangements, accessories and artificial flowers are presented elegantlybut never flashy.
A pink decoration and pastel flowers are shown to their best advantage if you arrange them in a white, ceramic vase or a transparent glass vase. However, a modern touch with a concrete planter or a zinc vase are equally perfect. A delicate play with colours and soft transitions in your pink decoration help to make rooms come across as fresh, modern and romantic. Those of you who love the complete range from red to pink will find magical arrangements with buttercups, magnolias or a bouquet of roses. The pink is enhanced in combination with trendy concrete and soft copper shades, giving the decoration a very elegant touch.
The selection of delicate pink decoration at Homefinity teamed with pastel, grey and copper is one of our favourite combinations.
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Experts in the fashion and design industry say that pastels always work. Especially in spring fashion comes back to the subject pastel again and again. At least for those, who prefer a more playful, soft and romantic decoration, pink and pastel decoration is a must. Shades of red come into play beautifully in candlelight and create a calm, friendly atmosphere. A decoration in pink also fits perfectly for flower arrangements, as the combination with white or a decoration in grey discreetly enhances the soft colour tones. By the way, the accessories of the theme ‘Killing me softly’ are perfectly suited as a floral table decoration in the section wedding decoration.
In colour psychology pink is seen as a mere variation of red. Emotions, love and activity are involved, but only to a certain degree: love gives way to mellow feelings, passion turns to tenderness and dominance gives way to sensitivity. By the way: a pink decoration is not comparable with its provocative sister magenta. Magenta is a more dominant colour, suitable for a flashy appearance, whereas arrangements and decoration in pink and grey come across as subdued and delicate.