Came in the middle of the 14th century when start using a pale color red forming and creating this new shade and based on the popularity and similarity, they named Pink getting the name from flowers. Today Pink is a day to stand up against the injustice of harassment and Bullying, especially against minorities and those of the LGBTQ community, if you ever been bullied, you know how important it can be to have some stand up for you.
Dating back to the 14th century, “to pink” (the verb) means “to decorate with a perforated or punched pattern.”, pink is such a tricky color—it’s beloved by many (hi, Millennials), but when you make the choice to start decorating with pink, you run the risk of the room looking like Pepto-Bismol just exploded all over it. With just a little direction, however, pink decor can turn out chic instead of tacky or childlike. Use these 8 tips and tricks as a starting point for pulling off the color in your own home. Dare to think pink, and we promise it’ll pay o