Colours to Look Out For in 2023

Pantone recently announced Viva Magenta 18-1750 as their Colour of the Year for 2023. This vibrant and energetic shade is a refreshing departure from the softer colours of years past. But Viva Magenta isn’t the only colour to watch out for in 2023; there are plenty of other hues that are sure to make a splash this year. From warm neutrals to bold reds and sunny yellows, here’s a guide to all the colours you should be on the lookout for in 2023. 

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Bold Reds

Red is making a comeback in a big way this year! We’re seeing more daring shades like tomato red, ruby red, and cherry red popping up everywhere—from fashion runways to interior design trends. Reds like these bring an extra dose of energy and drama into any room or outfit they inhabit—so don’t be afraid to go bold when it comes to incorporating these shades into your projects or wardrobe! 

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DULUX 2023 Pick

Paint companies Dulux and Behr have also made their Colour of the Year picks for 2023. Dulux chose Wild Wonder as their Colour of the Year—a natural yellow hue that will help you bring some nature inside your home with ease. Meanwhile, Behr has gone with Blank Canvas as their pick—a soft white shade that offers endless possibilities when it comes to design and decorating options. 


Warm Neutrals 

Warm neutrals are all about creating an atmosphere of comfort and relaxation. Shades like beige, taupe, and sand evoke feelings of serenity and harmony, making them perfect for any design project or home decor that needs an extra touch of coziness. Not to mention, these classic hues can easily be incorporated into practically any style, from traditional to modern. 

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The Nordroom’s Color Trend For 2023: (Warm) Yellow 

If you’re looking for something a little brighter but still not too overwhelming, then yellow is definitely the colour for you in 2023! The Nordroom predicts that warm yellow hues will take centre stage this year. Think buttercup yellow, lemon yellow, sunshine yellow—all those shades that remind us of summer days spent lounging outside in the sun. Perfect for giving your home or wardrobe a much-needed dose of optimism!     

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Whether you’re looking for something bold or something subtle, there are plenty of options when it comes to adding colour to your life this year! There truly is something out there no matter what kind of look you’re going for in 2023! So don't be afraid to experiment with different colours until you find just what works best for you!

Adam Davies