Take a chance this new year with these trends top designers are raving about
Get ready for the new year with these top painting trends for 2023. And if you need help upgrading your home in 2023, East Valley Painters is just a phone call or click away.
The new year is the best time to try something new. So, when industry experts released the top interior paint trends for 2023, we narrowed it down to our favorite four.
Shades of Green
In the new year, bring the outdoors inside your home with the color green. Instead of going with shades of grey, turn to shades of green in 2023. Green has always been known to reflect nature, and now it is going to be the latest color to use as a backdrop in any room in your home.
With so many different shades of green to choose from, you can’t go wrong. From rich hues like emerald green and forest green to bold and dramatic sage green and even bright teals. There is a shade of green for every style. We like Sherwin Williams’ Inverness and Sherwin William’s Clary Sage.
Carry Colors All Through the Home
The year 2023 is the year to go BIG. That means don’t stick to just one room when it comes to your paint color of choice. Be bold and do a whole section of your home or your whole home. It started with just painting an accent wall a random color, then the whole room, but now take it a step further and go with the color through the entire home. This works when using shades like greens.
However, there is nothing stopping you from using different shades and hues throughout your home. As long as you can make it flow properly. And this is where East Valley Painters can help.
Go Deep and Beyond
Neutral colors will never go out of style, and they will still be a top trend in the new year. But in 2023, go deep and dark with brownish paint colors and beyond. The warm hues are dramatic, elegant, and comfortable.
Paint and Texture Mixing
Another trend that will take off in 2023 is adding texture to painted walls. So, if you aren’t looking to add much color to your walls, you can still change things up. When using shades like creams and beiges, you can use textured paint instead of basic finishes. Textured paint also hides blemishes, which are easily shown when using lighter colors on walls.
Ready to add these 2023 trends to your home’s interior paint? Call up East-Valley Painters to schedule a consultation today. We use only professional-grade paint and techniques. We do all of the prep work and do get the job done right the first time. Just click below to contact us or to learn more about our painting company. East Valley Painters, serving Sun Lakes, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Chandler, and east valley cities for the past 30 years.
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