Paint Colours 2023
Have you been thinking of repainting your room, home, or office? New year, new look, right? Most of us look forward to doing a “simple upgrade” or makeover in our places. This usually involves a change of paint colours. This is also the most efficient, effective and economical way to stage a simple upgrade without breaking your budget.
Choosing the best paint colour is a tedious process. However, it becomes easier if you’d just follow our three tips:
- Favourite colour
- Colour of the year
So that you know, Pantone’s colour for 2023 is Viva Magenta.
Inspired by what Leatrice Eisman said about us being inclined in the virtual world, getting inspiration from nature demonstrates reality.
Read through our choices below to help you choose which paint colours to consider next year.
Blank Canvas by Behr
If most of the background is white, then any colour goes with it. As the name suggests, this colour is a blank canvas in which you can accentuate a corner, a wall, or even the entire area. This also allows you to showcase your creativity and individuality.
The colour also provides clarity and calmness as if you’re in an office set-up (minus the stiffness and boring white hue).
Raspberry Blush by Benjamin Moore
Go for this colour if you want a bright rosy hue that will create a happy atmosphere in your room or place.
This mix of vibrant red-orange hues is well known to provide a jolly and warm feeling to anyone who sees this colour. This is also great for people who want to add a warmer personality to their place. It can be used in the entire place or as an accent to the room ceiling, corners or cabinets.
1. Vining Ivy by PPG and Gliden
An elegant version of last year’s organic greenish vibe. This one is more on the deeper and darker side with a welcoming and cosy vibe. It is a beautiful mix of aqua-emerald, which can brighten a room or be used to create accents in the kitchen or living area. It gives the feeling of being near bodies of water or under blue skies.
2. Everglade Deck by Valspar
This deeply saturated blue-green will be perfect for you if you’re into the darker side. It is more dramatic yet has a cool and surprisingly warmer tone. Creating a “decker” or partition in a particular space or area is also great. Aside from that, it can be used as a room’s colour scheme or just to accent particular corners or centrepieces.
3. Terra Rosa by Dunn-Edwards
A deeper hue of old rose, this colour is a combination of pastel pink with a deep earthy shade. It makes a modern take on browns and neutral burgundies—a more serious take on rose hue since it incorporated more cinnamon-coloured elements in its diversity. Think of a serious brown and playful take of the pink; it is the epitome of showing mature innocence when used in spaces and places in homes or offices.
4. Redend Point by Sherwin-Williams
The soft coral-pink undertone and the medium-dark sand colour are other take-ups in your typical neutral tan. This is a great backdrop for rooms where you want a warmer atmosphere because of the warm pink tone. It is also a versatile colour since sophistication and elegance are shown without being too loud. The colour perfectly matches the colours found on the warmer spectrum.
5. Rustic Greige by Dutch Boy
If you want to add a variety of shades of brown, tan, ivory or beige, you may opt for Rustic Greige by Dutch Boy. It has a kiss of pink highlighted by a sandy tan. It is a playful take against the usual whites and other neutral backgrounds like silver grey. This hue will be a great background colour and can be combined with some bright-coloured furniture for a pop of colour and accent in any space, room or open space.
To sum it up, most of the colours considered for 2023 are more of a variety of hues. These hues were mostly combinations of one or two tones combined to create a more unique take on the neutral or ordinary colours we expect.
To upgrade your place by changing your paint colours or to ask for a quotation, call your nearest professional painting and coating company within your locality.