Fuchsia was patented in 1859 as an aniline dye. It was renamed magenta later, so the two colors are the same. This is a vivid, middark, purplish red hue. Originally it was named after the flower and renamed after the place of a victorious battle in 1859. Since it is a stron and energizing color, let’s use it moderate in interior design, rather as a focal point or pop-color. It can be a good alternative instead of using red.