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We are just going to keep rolling right along here with color recommendations for 2023.
PPG & Glidden Paint: Vining Ivy
As you might expect, this is the green color family. They describe the color as a “versatile teal shade that combined bold blue and refined green into a jewel-toned hue.” The undertones to the color are know to create a calming feeling, so this is something that could be used in a bedroom or home spa. While some of these colors are very trendy, this color seems like it would hold up to the test of time, but again, it just may not be for everyone.
Ashley McCollum, Glidden color expert says: “Consumers are seeking to simplify in this era, as the past two years have shed a new light on the importance of serenity and little moments. Vining Ivy embodies this vibe perfectly. It is energizing yet grounding, and it works in literally any space. Its versatility takes the guesswork out of design, leaving consumers with more time to indulge in the things that matter most to them.”
PPG & Glidden also have put out four different color palettes for designers to work with:
Glidden has a very useful color app on its website that you can refer to for color combinations.
To use that app, click here.
Sherwin Williams: Redend Point
This is a color that I think is going to work very well for a lot of people in various rooms of the home. It is a blush-beige that works wonderfully as an accent color but it is not so bold that it could not be used as the main color of choice in certain rooms.
Sherwin Williams has also done an amazing job by posting design ideas on Etsy using this color. To visit their Etsy page, click here. I can definitely see this color as being one of the hottest trends of the year.
Dulux: Wild Wonder
Dulux’s color of the year goes back to the warm yellow’s with Wild Wonder. It is touted as being a color that enables you to bring the outdoors inside the home. If you look at all the hot new colors by Dulux, you will notice that nature is the recurring theme this season.
Dulux also has done an excellent job by putting different palettes together on its website with different design ideas. They are:
To check it out, click here.
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