Our Favorite Paint Trends for 2023

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

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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.

Some favorite classic deep shades include bolder tones such as Benjamin Moore’s warm yellow Buttercup, Benjamin Moore’s dusty red Cinnamon, and Benjamin Moore’s sophisticated brown Kona.

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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What To Look For In a Residential Painter

Hiring a professional residential painter will give you peace of  mind

There are a slew of benefits to working with a professional residential painter to update the interior and exterior paint of your home. From saving you time to using high-quality products and more. Hiring a residential painter will give you the assurance that the job will be done right. But how do you know you are hiring the right one?

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Top Paint Colors For Fall 2022

The right color can add a touch of fall to your home

Fall 2022 is almost upon us and if you are thinking of adding fall colors to your home,  we have the perfect colors to represent fall that would be ideal to paint the walls in your home. These colors not only represent fall perfectly but also go with all of that fall décor as well as match décor year-round.

Fall colors are serene and make you think of those cozy flannels and crisp fall leaves. So grab that pumpkin spice and check out these delicate greens and earthy tones.

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Paint Colors for Small Spaces in Your Home

The right paint color can transform small areas in your home

Don’t have a big living room? Or maybe even a tiny bathroom and kitchen? Using the right paint colors can help make these rooms appear larger and welcoming. The first rule of thumb when dealing with smaller spaces like these? Avoid bright paint colors.

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How Paint Colors Impact a Home’s Value

Choosing your home’s interior paint colors is important for homeowners

It isn’t uncommon for people to always be looking to improve their home while also improving its value. Both of these things can be accomplished by simply updating the home’s interior paint.

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How Your Home’s Exterior Paint Boosts The Home’s Value

Keeping up on your home’s exterior paint is important for homeowners

Not only does your home’s exterior paint boost its curb appeal, but it also boosts your home’s value. If you have been debating about updating the paint of your home’s exterior, now might be the right time to make the worthy investment.

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Brighten Up Dark Areas Of Your Home With The Right Paint

Some areas of your home receive more light than others, leaving some areas, like the hallway and staircase, to appear very dark. Choosing the right paint color paired with the right lights can help brighten those dark spots!

Light Gray

Light grays with soft purple undertones can work wonders for your hallway. The key is to make sure you are pairing it with the right lighting such as high beamed recessed lights. When dealing with light gray shades, adequate lighting is key.

Creamy Beige

There are so many different variations of beiges that you can always find the perfect one! The best way to pick is to use samples. This way you can see how the shade will look in your hallway or staircase with the lighting you already have. Of course, you can always update your lighting, but if you are looking just to update the paint, this is the best option.

Sage Green

You will want to go for a pale sage green, with blue and green undertones. This color is great if you are going to be decorating the walls with wall art or photos. Not only is the shade inviting, but it can also really make a difference in a hallway with lights.

Pale Blue

Not only does pale blue work in hallways and staircases, it also works in bathrooms that receive little natural light. Again, you will need to make sure it is a lighter shade of blue, but it works really well in areas that tend to be dark. And again, pair it with the right lighting and it pops even more!

Helpful Tip: When choosing a paint color for a dark area of your home, pay attention to the LRV of the paint. This number represents how much light the paint color reflects or absorbs.

If you need help from the pros, or have questions about warranties or an upcoming painting project, 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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What is the Difference Between Satin Paint and Eggshell Paint?

Not only are there different colors of paint to choose from, but there are also different types of finishes. Two of the most popular choices are satin paint and eggshell paint. So, what is the difference between the two, and which one is best for your upcoming paint project?

Satin Paint

Satin paint is best for kitchens and bathrooms because it is durable and easy to clean. This type of paint has a silky finish, but don’t think super shiny. It is more of a subtle reflection with a velvety glow. Satin paint also gives walls more depth, which is also why it is great for smaller rooms.

Because the paint is so durable, you can easily clean it. Just don’t scrub too hard! Keeping the walls clean is a breeze so it is a great type of paint for kitchens that see a lot of cooking action. Satin paint is also a low-cost option. But it can easily show application flaws such as paint roller or brush marks. Since this paint can be difficult to apply or retouch, leave it to the pros.

Eggshell Paint

Eggshell paint is great for bedrooms and hallways. The finish is smooth, but not as reflective as satin paint. But it still has a small luster to the finish. This type of paint is not as durable as other types, but it is safe for rooms that don’t see much traffic or brief traffic such as hallways.

However, it does only take a couple of coats to cover mistakes, making it easy to touch up. But the paint scuffs easily, so it is best to avoid using it in children’s rooms or kitchens. Eggshell paint should also only be used for interior walls. It doesn’t do well as exterior paint because it isn’t very durable.

If you are unsure on which paint type you think would work best in your home or you would like to leave the paint job up to the pros, or have questions about warranties or an upcoming painting project, 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.

Tips To Choosing The Right Exterior Paint Color

It can be hard to choose a paint color for your home, especially for your home’s exterior. This is because your decision is rather permanent. Yes, you can always repaint your home’s exterior, but it is a lot of work, so you want to make sure you are choosing a color you can live with. Remember, the home’s exterior gives off the first impression of your home.

You can still play it safe while having fun with different shades of colors. But make sure you are paying attention to certain elements to ensure that you are choosing the right color for your home.

The Home’s Permanent Elements

There are certain elements of your home that are extremely hard to change. Because of this, choose a paint color that is going to match these permanent elements. For example, the roof, patio, any stone or brick on the exterior of the home. Look at these things for inspiration on the right color for your home’s exterior. Examine the types of shades in these elements as well as the tiny specks of color. It is worth trying to find the same shade of brown or grey to really bring out these elements.

Nature’s Elements

The natural elements surrounding your home are also worth examining. Does your home’s landscape have many trees? Or flowers that change throughout the seasons? What shades of plants are surrounding your home? You don’t want your house to exactly blend in, but you also don’t want it to stand out like a sore thumb, so a balance needs to be found.

Another thing to think about is the amount of sunlight your home gets. If your home gets a good amount of sun, go with a more neutral color that won’t fade as much.

Use High-Quality Paint

It doesn’t matter what color you decide to paint your home, it needs to be high-quality, long-lasting paint. Yes, this type of paint is going to be more expensive, but it will be well worth it. The better quality of the paint, the better the paint will cover the surface. It will also be more resistant to fading and protect against elements of mother nature such as wind and rain.


Take the time to browse and sample different shades. Narrow it down to just a few different colors and test them out. If you are looking for professional advice, we can help you decide on the best paint color for your home’s exterior.

It you have any questions about warranties or an upcoming painting project, 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.

Top Colors To Paint Your Bedroom

Your bedroom is your sanctuary and you want it to be a peaceful and relaxing place. We have the top colors to paint your bedroom to make it the perfect spot you can enjoy!


From light blues to bright blues, any blue is the perfect color to express yourself. If you really want to add color to your walls, think about painting them a shade of turquoise, which pairs well with mosaics and metal décor.

If you do go with bright blues, add a hint of white to the room, making the walls look even more dramatic. Lighter shades of blues can be paired with more colorful décor.


It is fun to paint your room in dramatic colors such as purples. There are all types of shades or purples you can choose from, such as elegant hues like lavender or deep purples like eggplant.

Any shade of purple walls can be easy to decorate. Lighter purples look stunning with gray accents and deep regal purples pair well with gold accents.


Bright colors like yellows can be scary to us on your walls, but they are actually inviting colors for your bedroom. Plus, colors like yellow are a great way to add personality to your room.

From lighter shades of yellow to brighter shades, all yellows seem to go well with patterned black and white bedding like a damask pattern. In fact, painting your walls yellow can leave a luxurious look if done right.


Using grays to paint your bedroom walls is a little less dramatic, but it is more exciting than white. Like Sherwin Williams’ August color of the month, Eider White. This gray is the perfect shade to decorate with.

Gray colors are gorgeous and fresh, plus they pair well with any type of style. Your décor can be what adds extra flair to your room. So, use gray walls with dramatic décor to balance out the room.

If you’d rather leave this one to the pros, we can help you find the perfect bedroom color. Or even if you have questions about warranties or an upcoming painting project, 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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