Purple is definitely the colour of power and luxury, but it is also associated with good judgment and spiritual fulfilment. Purple stimulates peace of mind and is used in meditation. Most children love it, however adults either love it or hate it, and it can therefore be a fashion victim. Capable of being both warm and cool, purple is the colour of the Lupines that wave gracefully to visitors traveling through the Wild West. Purple is a natural flower colour, and a very popular colour for bouquets. It is often interchanged with violet, lilac and indigo tints -actually lilac is light purple and indigo closer to blue.
SPECIAL EFFECTS OF PURPLE
Very similar effects to blue – purple doesn’t draw the eyes and purple objects feel lighter than equally heavy objects of another colour.