There is a movie called “The color purple”, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. I enjoyed a scene when the main character said, “I think it pisses God off if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and don’t notice it”. Don’t you think so? As such, God can’t be more happy than with this stunning purple palette!
In the color wheel, purple is a secondary color that stands between red and blue. The purple family has some famous shades in science, art, and industries. Such as Violet, Lavender, Orchid, Tyrian, and Mauve (Click the color to get the exact information and codes). Additionally, I have attached a pleasing analogous color palettes using them.
Purple became the color of opulence, excess, and rulers because of the mad desire and cost of purple shades during ancient eras. Also, it is still the color of royalty and power, with purple being a ceremonial color in royal families and emperors. And due to its natural rarity, it is even more regal!
Purple symbolizes faith and theology as well. It is mysterious and spiritual. Combining it with healing and peaceful colors make the palette even more soothing!
Purple is widely used in business and branding because it shows confidence. You can also find purple in the sports, military, and sexuality communities. The Verywell Mind has collected some comments on purple that are worth reading!
In conclusion, I want to point out that closing the properties of a color combination is almost impossible! You are more than welcome to ask me whatever you have been searching for, but didn’t find! Below are more Purple Color Palette Inspirations with Names & hex Codes. You can click on each to open the palette in Dopely color palette generator and edit! Enjoy!