One of the most iconic attractions of the Bahamas is the breathtaking pink beach on the tiny island of Harbor Island. The optimistic color is due to the presence of foraminifera, microscopic single-celled organisms . They attach grains of sand to their shell, which, given the large concentration of these creatures, gives the shore a pink color, perfectly reflected in the image of the Bahamas. The shades of pink used, slightly resembling salmon and terracotta, make the image not intrusive and childish, and also fit perfectly into current trends.
The author of the pattern is Magdalena Lenartowicz, an artist of the young generation. Color plays the first violin in her works. Magda uses an entire color palette inspired by the shades of nature. Here you will find azure blues, gentle pastels, sunny yellows, warm ochres, sandy beiges - colors that evoke associations with the elements: earth, water and air.