Think Pink in October for a Worthy Cause and Remodeling

Pink Breast Cancer RibbonThe color pink is synonymous with many things. In particular, October is breast cancer awareness month. All throughout the month, you will be seeing pink ribbons, which is the symbol for the cause of breast cancer awareness. The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation is the most widely known, largest and best-funded breast cancer organization in the United States. They are credited with first using the pink ribbons in 1991. In fact, every Sunday, you’ll notice a lot more pink when you’re watching football. The NFL allows for players to wear pink accessories, in support of the cause.

pink fiberglass attic insulationIn remodeling, pink is most closely associated with insulation. This stems from the color of Owens Corning’s fiberglass material along with its animated mascot, the famous Pink Panther.

As you will see in the pictures throughout and at the bottom of this blog, the usage of the color pink in remodeling varies greatly. It can be an extremely bold color, but pink can also be far more low key and calming. Pink is typically known for being an inspirational color. It provides warm feelings that indicate that everything will turn out just fine. Pink is a calming color that tends to connect people with their nurturing side.

Below are some additional pictures of the color pink being used in remodeling. The trim color shown in the vinyl siding photos is actually called cashmere, but we consider it close enough to pink.

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