Every year, paint manufacturers Sherwin Williams and Benjamin Moore release their predictions for the trendiest colors of the year. These colors are typically inspired by current trends in fashion, home decor, and pop culture. These colors can be a great way to incorporate the latest styles into your home.
Sherwin Williams 2023 color of the year is called Redend Point. Redend Point is a warm reddened beige shade that works well as an accent in combination with cooler-toned colors. However, it definitely can also be used as a warm neutral for any room in the house as it features subtle pink undertones. The color is not too light or too dark, therefore it’s an ideal neutral color to use. Sue Wadden, the director of color marketing at Sherwin Williams says, “We wanted the 2023 Color of the Year to reflect what we’ve been seeing in terms of neutrals warming up.” Redend Point is a versatile, relaxing, and interesting color that fosters a sense of connection with the outside world.
Benjamin Moore’s 2023 color of the year is called Raspberry Blush. Raspberry Blush is a vibrant coral color with pink undertones. It’s a striking hue that will stand out beautifully in your home because it’s so bold and appealing. This color can work well as a striking accent or for painting an entire room. Andrea Magno, the color marketing director at Benjamin Moore says, “Raspberry Blush empowers the use of statement colors that deliver delight and personality while transforming rooms for incredible results.” This charismatic color will energize a room with a bold and lively appearance.
When incorporating these colors into your home, it’s important to consider the size and layout of your space. Bold, saturated colors can be overwhelming in a small room, so using lighter, more muted shades may be a better option. Neutral colors are a great choice for spaces with lots of natural light, as they can help to reflect and amplify the light. Ultimately, the right colors for your home will depend on your personal style and preferences. Before committing to a color we suggest getting some samples to apply to the room surface so you can get a good idea of how it looks in your space. Check out this link to Sherwin Williams website to view all the options for sampling a color. Contact us if you have upcoming painting projects! Thanks for reading.