2023 Colors of the Year

Planning to refresh your home in the new year? Here’s a look at the hottest colors as selected by major manufacturers, conveniently compiled all in one place. Pick your favorite or mix and match!

Pantone – Viva Magenta 18-1750: Vigor and Verve

Add liveliness to any space with this energetic and high-spirited red tone. Photos courtesy of Pantone.

Sherwin-Williams – Redend Point (SW 9081): Cozy and Calming

Color your world with this soft neutral that’s not quite terra cotta, not quite camel, but a soothing shade that falls somewhere in the middle. Photos courtesy of Sherwin-Williams.

Benjamin Moore & Co. Raspberry Blush (2008-30): A Little Spice, A Little Zing

Go bold with this exuberant hue that can give any space zesty appeal. Photos courtesy of Benjamin Moore & Co.

PPG/Glidden – Vining Ivy (PPG1148-6): A Delightful Deep Dive

A rich fusion of aqua and turquoise, this versatile hue is vivid yet soothing. Photos courtesy of PPG/Glidden.

Valspar: 12 Hues To Match Your Mood

Left: Ivory Brown (6006-1C): This easy-going natural tone makes a soft statement. | Center: Cozy White (3008-10C): This barely there hue creates a subtle backdrop. | Right: Gentle Violet (4002-3A): The faint violet undertones of this shade add a whisper of calming color to any room. Photos courtesy of Valspar.

Left: Blue Arrow (5001-3C): A cool blue infused with shades of yellow, this color bridges the gap between and warm and cool shades. | Center: Flora (5004-2C): The moody olive tone of this rich color grounds a space in sophistication. | Right: Desert Carnation (2005-7C): This terra-cotta tone infuses a space with sunny style. Photos courtesy of Valspar.

Left: Green Trellis (5006-3C): The verdant tone reflects assorted colors of nature. | Center: Rising Tide (4008-3A): A gentle pastel blue offers spa-like simplicity. | Right: Holmes Cream (3004-10B): This tan tone features an undercurrent of yellow. Photos courtesy of Valspar.

Left: Southern Road (1006-9C): A clay shade gets an extra shot of earthiness with brown undertones. | Center: Villa Grey (6005-1B): Cool and understated, this easy-going neutral works well in a variety of environments. | Right: Everglade Deck (5011-3): Lush and opulent, this deep shade adds drama to any space. Photos courtesy of Valspar.