A delicate and ambivalent colour made of red blended with white, rose is one of the most the poetic tints. In literature, particularly in the Roman de la Rose, it is naturlally first of all associated with the flower. It became even more popular during the Renaissance and was considered as the colour of dawn. But it was only in the 19th century that it became a genuine name of a colour.
Pink best deploys its grace when it's burnished and pale. Wallpapers, fabrics and accessories are tinted with a delicate charm which brings a touch of romance in a room.