Last week, I talked about how I’ve worked with blush for quite a few projects. I love using a darker blush for link colors. It kind of works as a neutral, yet it still pops!
With certain projects, if the client has a very clear photography style, I will incorporate a very light pink into the background. Using background hues and patterns allows photographs to pop. It’s particularly important that the client has a clear and consistent photography style. If I paired a light pink with low-quality photographs, the site would look awful. If the client is still figuring out his/her photography, I opt for a light gray.
Similar to blush, this hue can convey feelings of kindness and compassion. Depending on the shade, it can take a brand from being somewhat neutral, to extremely feminine.
Light Pink In Personal Style
Most of my wardrobe and personal style is black, white, and grey, but if I were to add a color it would be dusty, light pink – subtle and moody. I dream of having a pink sofa in my future studio space. One day!