Paint Colours of 2023

Colours of 2023

Across the board, the chosen colours of 2023 reflect calm energy, a mix of soft soothing colours, gentle shades and rich tones that offer a connection with nature.


Dulux colour of the year 2023 – Wild Wonder™


The shade Dulux colour experts chose for 2023 is Wild Wonder™, a glowing natural tone that connects with nature and brings a sense of natural magic into our homes.” The Dulux team have created four inspiring colour palettes, all centred around Wild Wonder™ – Lush colours, Buzz colours, Raw colours and Flow colours.


Valspar’s 12 colour picks for 2023


Valspar offer for 2023 gives us twelve soft and subtle shades inspired by nature – timeless yet trendy shades of liveable ready-to-go colours that bring comfort, acceptance and happiness.

Discover the balancing shades of blue in Blue Arrow and Everglade Deck, or the uplifting Rising Tide

Ground yourself with the green hues of Green Trellis and Flora. Take a look at our clients calm green kitchen makeover.

Use restorative earthy colours like Ivory Brown, and mindful neutrals like Villa Grey and Cozy White to bring a sense of calm

Evoke a sense of warmth and light using Holmes Cream and Desrt Carnation


Tikkirula Colour Now 2023 palette

Tikkurila’s choice for Colour of the Year 2023 is a hazy shade of rose that radiates warmth and compassion – Rosy Moment The 2023 Colour Now palette is a versatile range that creates a harmony of colours, “derived from empathy and compassion” with fresh bright colours of spring mixed with deep woodland shades.


Johnstone’s Trade Trend Colours 2023


Johnstone’s trade colour of the year for 2023, Vining Ivy, is described as “a powerful blue with delicate green to create a colour that creates a feeling of both calm and energy.” Johnstones colour trends for 2023 are Serenity – relaxing and calm earthy colours, Origin – reflecting our natural environment, and Duality – a selection of vibrant colours with a pop.


Pantone Colour of the Year 2023

A “powerful and empowering” red, Viva Magenta is ” is brave and fearless, and a pulsating colour whose exuberance promotes a joyous and optimistic celebration, writing a new narrative.” A warm hybrid colour of pink and purple, Viva Magenta can be seen as a rebellious and creative colour. Use Viva Magenta as an accessorising colour


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