Following trends has never been my thing, but these new paint colors for 2023 have changed my mind! Usually, if you give me a few good whites and creams and throw in some gray blues I believe any space can be elevated to casual elegance. But as we move out of living most of our days in our PJs, I find myself craving warmer, richer tones.
Here are some new paint colors for 2023 that I love!
Sherwin Williams Redend Point (SW 9081) is on point with a warm adobe tone that is calming
and supports a minimal vibe. Think of this color as wabi-sabi meets bohemian. Morocco meets Japanese farmhouses!
I love it on walls or in accessories to complement the decor or painted on a small powder room cabinet piece. Pair with a creamy white for a crisp contrast. Oh lala!
Here are a few colors that I think will look gorgeous paired with Redend Point:
Sand Dollar (SW 6099), Half-Caff (SW 9091), Foothills (SW 7514), Alabaster (SW 7008),
Dusted Truffle (SW 9083), China Doll (SW 7517), and French Roast (SW 6069)
Next up on my favorite list of paint colors for 2023 is one of Farrow and Ball’s new introductions, Selvedge (No. 306). It’s a calm shade of blue that’s just the right amount of rich deepness and warmth. It’s a color I crave, and it’s hard to come by, but they did it right!
Another color I’m loving from Farrow and Ball is Stirabout (No. 300). It’s an earthy white with a slight undertone of gray, like the perfect bowl of oatmeal! It’s a great color for cabinets and doors when you want that warmer, earthier shade of white without it looking yellow.
Benjamin Moore’s 2023 color Ravishing Raspberry Blush (2008-30) is a deep red coral that has caught my eye. It’s a vibrant color that will look so delicious with the puttys, whites, soft grays, and celadon green of 2022.
My favorite color from PPG’s color list for 2023 is Vining Ivy (PPG1148-6). It’s a new take on teal in a rich blue with a hint of green. It’s an excellent choice for a little pop of color in a contemporary space or to add a touch of serenity to a minimal modern space. I recommend trying it as an accent wall or using it on cabinets.
Check out my other blog posts. The Sherwin Williams paint colors in this blog will look great in a Wabi Sabi space. Brighter colors like Raspberry Blush or Vining Ivy will look great in Moroccan inspired spaces.