When it comes to decor in the Macmillan Centre, I think they have gone for mood enhancing colours.
On the second floor, where I visit six days out of every 21 for my treatment, there is a lot of red. I think they were hoping to create a warm, welcoming environment full of ‘happy’ reds and not the sort of imaginary one would find in ‘Enduring Love’ . For those of you, not familiar with the book or concerned that I am under the influence of this morning’s diazepam, do not be alarmed. I think about this all the time, so it cannot be gibberish. Bad reds conjure up images of danger, blood and death. My nurse today described it as an angry colour.Great for a chemotherapy floor and its patients.
Fortunately, I fall in the happy camp and as I sit in the reception area, happier than I was when I entered the building because I was just complemented by a male
on my appearance, I look at the inspirational, slightly cheesy art and I feel comforted. I am now sharing it with you. Some pictures of a floor.