We may not yet be feeling the cooler days, but autumn is coming in fast and the falling leaves will be here before we know it. We have seen all the fashion houses launch their collections recently, and so comes the colour trends we can expect throughout the year. Enter this new season with the latest in interior style, and see what the top 5 Autumn paint colours will be in 2023.
This bright, regal colour has been in all the shopfronts lately, and we are also seeing it in interiors and décor. Rooted in nature, blue is a calming, restful colour that brings peacefulness and relaxation to any space. This royal blue is a much more versatile colour than you may think, and it’s an easy colour to style in your way.
We have seen a resurgence of the bright, hot pinks of late. Gone are the pastels and millennial pinks, we are seeing warmth and drama coming in hot with bright, fiery pinks that can elevate any space. Think feature walls, accent décor or even artwork and watch your space transform.
Creams & Limewash
Limewashing has been a huge trend over the past few years, but it can be a difficult and costly process. So, many have been opting for a serene cream colour instead. A fantastic neutral, this is highly versatile and can be either cool or warm depending on your needs. All creams brighten the space and can make your room much more elevated.
As well as the pinks, we have seen reds come back in full force. No more dusty, maroon shades – we are seeing full force, scarlet reds. Think accent doors, railings or windowsills, or even going full out in tiling, walls and exteriors. Red is a classic that will never go out of style, and has connotations of warmth, love and passion.
A deep black is not just sophisticated and elegant, but also brings comfort, security and stability. We are seeing lots of black hardware – straying from the original silver chromes and more recent gold and bronze. Black is a staple that is not just versatile and consistent, but practical as well.
There you have it – our top 5 predictions for the upcoming season. Make sure you head into your local Paint Place for expert advice on all things paint!