Be Inspired by the Modern and Rich Textures of the Cassis Color

Today, the Best Design Books blog will talk about a very specific color, Cassis. This unique shade is a bit darker, it’s more sophisticated than eggplant but still colorful and rich in texture. Often seen in velvety pieces, the Cassis color can be considered to be gender-neutral and modern. All around it is a desirable fusion of pink with purple as well as a few hues of gray and this tone has become quite appreciate in the interior design and fashion industries.     Subtly graduating from crushed blackcurrant to rich aubergine, the deep purplish tones of the elegantly understated. A natural evolution from Millennial pink, as it continues the appeal of soft, slightly feminine colours, this hue will resonate strongest in Europe, the US and Asia-Pacific.     Psychologically, this hue taps into both pink and purple tones. With the moodier purple undertones, it evokes feelings of grandeur and decadence, due to its historic connotations with royalty.     Nature did not make it easy to dye fabric this tone and historically the production of this material in this colour was one of the most laborious, time-consuming and expensive processes around. Enter Cassis which is awash with pink uplifting the delectable…

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