Blending sophisticated tones and hues, Plum is not your average neutral. A lovely cornerstone to most any decor, it not only finds balance in both the feminine and masculine, but also in stability and delicacy, and playfulness and maturity.
With its name first recorded name in 1924, the English used to call this grayish purple “old lavender”. Lavender roses can translate to love at first sight according to some flower symbology.
Plum paints a subtle, modern feeling of romanticism to create a transformative color for design.