Shades of 2023

Brights and neutrals are both taking the stage this year. The one common denominator is warm tones. Check out 2023’s top colors and tips on how to incorporate them into your home.

Rich and Lucious
The newest trend for this year is the return of the rich red tones. Pantone’s pick for color of the year is Viva Magenta. This beautiful color is perfect for a bold accent wall paired with a neutral sofa and wood accent pieces. Benjamin Moore’s pick is Raspberry Blush which is a warm coral with a hint of pink. This hue would work well in a dining room with a large wooden table and elegant gold accent pieces. You will see cinnamon reds, terracotta, and other warm reds showing up everywhere. If you are not ready to commit to a paint, try using accent pillows or throws to bring in the colors.

Return of the warm neutrals  
The 87 shades of gray days are coming to an end. Warm neutrals are making their return in a big way. Sherwin Williams chose Redend Point as their 2023 Color of the Year to start this trend off with a bang. This soft mauvy beige will pair beautifully with earthy or bohemian décor. If you are not ready to give up the white walls, try Behr’s pick for the year Blank Canvas. This warm white will work well on its own or you can pair it with a bolder color if you do want to experiment with your artistic side. As the name suggests, this color will be the blank canvas to whichever style you desire.

Greens and Blues
Green was the reigning choice for 2022 and its popularity has not faded yet. This year’s greens will see a touch of blue added. Glidden and PPG have chosen Vining Ivy to lead the way this year. This is a relaxing and grounding color that staddles both blue and green. This earthy color pairs well with light wood pieces, gold accents, and simple lines. This is a great way to modernize your farmhouse style living spaces.  Emerald green is still a popular color for accent pieces. This shade pairs well with any of the color trends for 2023 so keep your eyes peeled for some pieces to add to your rooms.

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