Why Coral is Sexy

Coral is a color that attracts the mind, yet it is a blend of different colors, in different amounts, and has a wide range of effects. Looking at the three parts of “Coral”, RED, PINK and ORANGE, They blend effortlessly, yet can be different at every angle. Coral changes, like the floating tentacles of an undersea species, colors changing intensity with the light. Combine RED, for passion and high emotional impact, ORANGE, connected  to the pleasure center of the chakras and PINK, the color of universal love, the healing color, the color that overrides all bitterness. The combination is ethereal, floating between joy, passion and healing love. It changes. We see the color coral everywhere—in store windows, on clothing, in a  book.

Coral Blends Red, Orange and Pink

Coral can be different to different people. But, it always grabs our attention. Using coral in your home can be life-changing. Take time to absorb which coral speaks to you and how you feel when you are around the color. Balance the intensity of emotion with cool detachment, such as the teal color behind the sea coral. You will still have the benefit of powerful coral, but also a way to let the blue depths rest your eyes.

By crmcbeath-urrutia

I am a small space advocate, after living in a number of studio apartments, dorm rooms, one-bedroom houses and garage apartments in my life. Through the years, I learned secrets and strategies to make the most of your small space, keep your beloved stuff with you and make life comfortable and cozy--all in a small space!

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