37 Meanings for the Colour Purple
Colours can have a significant mental, physical and emotional impact that influences how people feel and how they behave.
When selecting colours it is critical to think about how they are likely to be perceived and the impact they are likely to have in the relevant context, keeping in mind that the meaning of a colour will also change based on the cultural, psychological and personal associations of the viewer.
The perceived meaning of purple also varies significantly across the wide variety of shades e.g. from the most delicate lilacs and calming lavenders to the deepest violet hues.
Purple, which is a secondary colour derived from the combination of blue and red, is commonly associated with: