We are starting to see fascinating trends, styles, and colours as we start the new year; these things will inspire our environments for years to come.
Are you ready for a change?
Your property can benefit from the ideal change of scenery thanks to a new coat of paint.

Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams, two leading sources for information on paint trends, have revealed their colour predictions for 2023. At Harding’s Painting, we’re committed to giving our clients paint jobs of the highest caliber. We can’t wait to decorate the homes of our customers in Calgary and Kelowna with these vibrant hues. Make a time to renovate your area and celebrate the new year in style.

Sherwin Williams Colur of the Year – Redend Point

Redend Point 9081. Your favourite living spaces are set against a peaceful backdrop thanks to this understated yet warm colour. Redend Point is adaptable and welcoming, which are ideal qualities to keep in mind when picking colours for a house.

Both interior and exterior paints are available in the 2023 Color of the Year, and Sherwin Williams suggests pairing it with Polite White 6056, Kestrel White 7516, and Canyon Clay 6054.

Browns, softer whites, and beige are in style in 2023.
A nutritious colour that goes above and beyond neutral is Redend Point.
It may be utilised in every space, including kitchens, bedrooms, offices, and bathrooms because it is so adaptable.

Sherwin Williams offers paint combination recommendations to help you create a look that is entirely your own, whether you’re going for a traditional or daring aesthetic.

Benjamin Moore Colour of the Year – Rasberry Blush

Raspberry Blush, the 2022-2023 Color of the Year.  This upbeat hue is a vibrant coral shade with pink undertones.
There is no denying the enthusiasm and joy this colour will bring to your house. Although this shade has a light reflection value (LRV) of 21.12, it will unquestionably provide brightness to your home.

Benjamin Moore advises using Raspberry Blush in a dining area and Onyx furniture for a playful flair.  They advise using Raspberry Blush for the walls, ceilings, trim, and wainscoting in the living room to create a monochromatic impression.  Try Raspberry Blush in a powder room if you want a cheerful flash of colour.  You’re not quite ready to cover an entire wall in such a vivid colour.
For the ideal personality boost, Benjamin Moore also advises using Raspberry Blush to paint an archway or accent wall.

Benjamin Moore advises using Onyx 2133-10, Gray Owl OC-52, White Heron OC-57, and Etiquette AF-50 as neutral complements to Raspberry Blush.

Do you want to discuss these paint trends with us? Do you have a house design vision in mind?  Schedule a free design consultation with us, and we’ll work with you to make your painted vision a reality.