From Dutch Boy to Better Homes & Gardens, the professionals have released their prediction for the color of the year 2023. As you scroll through each brand you will see some similarities. You’ll see that earthy tones across the board and small pops of fun or moody color with Raspberry Blush by Benjamin Moore and Canyon Ridge from Better Homes & Gardens. Are you one to follow the trends or do your own thing? I tend to do a little of each. Find your favorite color to start your first project of the year.
Color of the Year 2023
Benjamin Moore – Raspberry Blush is one of many bold colors predicted for 2023 from Benjamin Moore. Keep in mind that these colors are not intended to be used together. Monochromatic is the way to go with these.
Behr – I’m on the same page here as Behr’s color of the year 2023 is calling their selection “Blank Canvas”. With this you can do anything. But if you are planning to stick with 2023 trends keep everything muted with just one color.
Glidden – I’m obsessed! This is my color choice of the year. I’m thinking laundry room or bathroom cabinets. Vining Ivy is rich and bold. It can be used in monotone with varying textures and shades. Make a moody and sophisticated statement with this color of the year 2023.
Sherwin Williams – Redend Point is the 2023 color of the year according to Sherwin Williams. This reminds me of terra cotta which IMO is not the best color. But it does follow along with the serene earthy tones for 2023.
Better Homes & Gardens – Canyon Ridge is here for those sunset lovers. This orangish hue really could be fun anywhere as long as you don’t go overboard with it.
Valspar – Describe by Valspar the 2023 colors of the year are “comfortable, joyous, beautiful”
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