No other plant is perhaps as closely associated with Greek spring and summer as the bougainvillea. In gardens and courtyards, planted against buildings or climbing fences, it is the quintessential symbol of the holidays. And while we are all familiar with this beautiful flower, we actually know very little about it. Because the bright colors of the bougainvillea are not actually in its flowers but in its leaves. You see, sometimes we must look at the essence of things and not just what appears on the surface.
Inspired by the vibrant purple color found in the Cycladic islands, you can also give your own name and style to your home with the “Voukamvilia” shade. It's a hue with a classy feel but light enough to provide a measured luxury.