Bathroom Butler, manufacturers of quality, stainless steel bathroom accessories who have recently launched their Rose Gold accessory range, dive deeper into the colour Rose Gold, how it has remained on top as a design trend and what the colour means.In the RGB (Red, Green, Blue colour model), Rose Gold is made up of 71.8% red, 43.1% green and 47.5% blue. Not only does the actual composition of the colour come as a surprise but the fact that it’s not actually as ‘new’ as we think it is, comes as an equally interesting fact. Rose Gold has been synonymous with the fashion industry for centuries. It made its first appearance in Russia in the 19th century initially referred to as ‘Russian Gold – a combination of copper and yellow gold’ and was used as ‘pink-hued jewellery’ in the mid-Victorian era. It was, however the late 1920s that Rose Gold became most popular when a well-known jeweller, Cartier launched its Trinity Band – a band made up of three individual bands in yellow, white and rose gold. Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute said, “Rose Gold has the same effect on almost everyone. When we get to the rose family, we get the same kinds of verbiage: compassion, composure, warmth, something that draws you in that has great appeal.” Andrew Taylor, CEO of Bathroom Butler and the driving force behind the launch of their exclusive Rose Gold bathroom accessory range said he chose the colour Rose Gold as, “like its history very eloquently suggests, Rose Gold has always been on-trend. It has symbolised romance, luxury and evokes feelings of order and peace.” “People are always looking at ways to make stylish design and décor statements and this should be as prevalent in a bathroom as anywhere else in the home, which is why we’ve designed a series of Rose Gold bathroom accessories,” continued Taylor.
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