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Top paint colours of 2023

Updated: Oct 4, 2023


Top paint colours of 2023

There is nothing like a fresh coat of paint to freshen up a space, especially if you are putting your house on the market. But choosing the right colour and tone for your space is crucial in order to highlight your space rather than detract from it. That being said, Buyers are attracted to a space that wows them, so don’t be afraid to be bold sometimes, as long as it works in your favour. Your real estate agent will be able to give you some professional advice on what colours will work and also what colours are trending in real estate.

But if you are in need of some more guidance, North America’s top paint companies have once again released their colour choices of the year; hues that will define interior design, décor and marketing trends for 2023.

Here are the 2023 colours of the year from some of the most influential paint brands:

Viva Magenta, Pantone
Viva Magenta, Pantone

Taking cues from nature and the red family, Pantone’s Viva Magenta is said to stir feelings of power, strength and unrestrained self-expression. This vibrant pink-red is a statement colour that is inspired by the natural dye cochineal, and is a stark contrast to the company’s cool-toned 2022 colour of the year,Very Peri.





This muted aqua tone offers an eye-popping statement colour to add to an accent wall or ceiling. Glidden’s Vining Ivy couples nicely with deep wood tones and off-white cabinets or trim, making it a good pick for kitchens and living rooms.



Blank Canvas, Behr
Blank Canvas, Behr

Blank Canvas by Behr could be the perfect neutral to match with similar cozy colours. A light, warm beige, Behr’s 2023 colour of the year is compatible with navies, forest greens and greys in any room, whether it’s a relaxing primary bedroom or a welcoming front entryway.








Sherwin-Williams: Redend Point (SW 9081)

Self-described as a “soulful-yet-subtle hue,” Redend Point by Sherwin-Williams brings a touch of earth-like ambience into your interiors. Expressing an aura of intrigue, calmness and minimalism, this soft brown shade pairs well with other warm variations of cream, red and green.


Raspberry Blush, Benjamin Moore
Raspberry Blush, Benjamin Moore

Similar to a coral but with a subtle pink undertone, Benjamin Moore’s Raspberry Blush is described as a charismatic colour. This orange-red could be the perfect paint choice for anyone looking to make their walls, wainscotting, or perhaps just a powder room, feel upbeat and optimistic.




For more tips and design inspirations contact our experts today.

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