Fail-Proof Paint Colours To Refresh Your Home In 2023

Fail-Proof Paint Colours To Refresh Your Home In 2023

Posted By : 25/12/2022 19:06 PM

Fail-Proof Paint Colours To Refresh Your Home In 2023

2022 was quite a colourful year, but luckily, all of the challenges you experienced these past 12 months are now in the past. It is finally 2023, and we all hope this year will offer nothing but good and positive vibes.

The start of a new year is always a good time to refresh a little bit, and one of the most affordable ways to give your home a mini facelift is with a new paint colour.

Choosing the right paint colours for your home can be quite a challenge, and it is a pretty big deal because colour can set the tone or vibe in your home, and wall colours can have a huge impact on the overall look of a home or room.

If you want to make a secure colour choice that is bound to be trendy, you can certainly consider the following colour trends that are expected to be huge in 2023.

Trends that are expected to be Huge in 2023

Red Is The New Black

Red isn’t a colour that is seen in too many homes, but lots of interior designers predict that plenty of homeowners will be trying scarlet red walls or orange-toned walls this year. Red can be a good option for reading rooms, dining rooms, or kitchens because this colour stimulates the appetite and increases energy levels. The vivid tones are also bound to look quite refreshing in these modern times where everyone has been so focused on plain whites and greys.

Warm Neutrals

If you don’t want to make too big of a splash or if you are someone who feels stressed by vivid colours then the best thing you can do is stick with neutrals. Neutral colours, textures, and patterns are always soothing, calming, and easy to work with in terms of decor. We recommend warmer-toned neutrals instead of traditional grey tones so you can create a soothing yet fresh look inside your home. 

Simply White

White walls might be a bit plain but this is a timeless colour that is bound to yield success if you are not sure what colours to pair in your rooms. Whites naturally make rooms look bigger and white can be paired with just about any colour imaginable. This is the one fail-safe colour that you can always fall back on whenever you have some doubts. The only recommendation we have is to go with off-white or warm white tones with a slight grey or creamy undertone. Stark white can be a bit too bright on the eye while softer creamy tones offer a more soothing feel.

Sage Green

Sage green is another earthy tone that has a soothing effect and pairs well with a number of different colours or accents. This colour isn’t spotted in too many homes but we do feel that it is a fail-safe option that can refresh your interior quite a bit. This pastel-toned green is also very likely to pair well with your current furniture so you won’t have to make too many home modifications to create an idealistic space. 


Any current adult has a semi-fallout with beige because this off-yellow colour was overused during the 90s. At the same time, you are likely fed up with grey since every second home you currently step into likely has grey walls. Greige can be the ultimate solution if you are looking for something that isn’t white, grey, or beige. This is a combination of the three colours and is ideal for both warm and cool-toned themes. The colour is also quite refreshing since it isn’t spotted in too many homes or office buildings just yet. 

There is no better way to start a fresh new year than with a fresh new wall colour. If you want to get your home painted in any of these or any other colour, then you should give CP Paint a call. These professionals can create the perfect wall paint finish for interior and exterior walls. 

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