New Dawn. Bring the beauty of the outdoors into your home with this nature-inspired palette that consists of soft pastels, mid-tones with a hint of grittiness, calming earth shades (including soft grays and gentle sages), and colors reminiscent of sunlight (the palette's chartreuse shade is a welcome bright).
Unsurprisingly, yellow is shining a spotlight on our kitchen color schemes for 2024. As one of the most uplifting colors, it is not surprising that it is having a renaissance. From pretty primrose to zesty lemon, yellow paint brings warmth and sunshine to every surface it touches in a light-filled kitchen.
WGSN and sister company, Coloro, are building out the Fall/Winter 2024-2025 color palette. Joining Apricot Crush—their 2024 Color of the Year—is Intense Rust, Midnight Plum, Sustained Grey and Cool Matcha.
This future vision is expressed in a new understanding of warm greys, tenuous pinks, inviting reds, a plethora of nature's blues and greens, bold oranges, electric pastels, and other-worldly hues anchored to the alchemy of gold.
Digital Lavender, Luscious Red, Sundial, Tranquil Blue and Verdigris are the color names for 2023. Who chooses the names of the new colors? Names are selected by the WGSN and Coloro color team, before being verified by our in-house Equality Vision Team to ensure a proper translation on a global scale.
Here, designers, decorators, and color experts reveal why beige is replacing gray for 2023, and how to decorate with beige for a beautiful scheme every time.
Overall, the chromatic trend for Autumn-Winter 2023/2024 presents great comebacks and confirmations, with a palette that ranges from red to gray, yellow to brown, and pink. Even the most delicate and subtle shades will have their space, inviting experimentation and rediscovery of classic nuances in an original key.
The aptly named Future Dusk, a deep shade of blue-purple that's celestial and mysterious, has been named their 2025 Color of the Year.
Apricot Crush, our Color of the Year for 2024, signifies the importance of nourishing the mind and body. It is the perfect hue for a world seeking calm and optimism, bringing a necessary pick-me-up as consumers continue to grapple with a range of emotions and uncertainty about the future.
NYFW Autumn/Winter 2023/2024 Pantone Color Palette
Pantone 18-1750 TCX Viva Magenta: Powerful and empowering Viva Magenta is an animated red encouraging experimentation and self-expression.
Viva Magenta is Pantone's 2023 Color of the Year, and you can see it in real life, from the Netherlands to Vietnam.
Teak, walnut and mahogany have fallen back in favour. Is dark wood making a comeback? 'After many years of lighter-coloured, Scandinavian-inspired woods dominating home trends, darker, more traditional woods – like teak, walnut, and mahogany – have fallen back in favour,' says Etsy's trend expert, Dayna Isom Johnson.
Darker wood tones are coming back in style. This begs the question… what color walls go with dark wood trim?
After Very Peri was the Color of the Year 2022 for Pantone, WGSN, and Coloro chose lavender/lilac as the main color trend in interior design for 2023. Digital lavender is a lovely and calming purple that brings a sense of balance.
2028-10 Iguana Green a Paint Color by Benjamin Moore | Aboff's.
The hexadecimal color code #f4633a is a shade of red-orange.
The four macro trends identified by TrendBible for 2024 are Democratizing Domesticity, Hybridized Home, Rise of Rental and Circular Thinking.
Soft Reds Are Making A Splash
Both Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams chose a red-based hue as their 2023 Color of the Year: Raspberry Blush (BM 2008-30) and Redend Point (SW 9081), respectively. From dusty cedar to cranberry to subtle magentas, reds will be everywhere this coming year.
Antique showpieces, farmhouse sinks, old furniture, exposed beams, etc., were much in demand. In 2023, the trend is just as popular and is set to stay for a considerable time in the future.
'White trim provides a crisp, clean, and modern look and makes a perfect accent to any paint shade, be it white, grey, or color. While colored trim is certainly fun and a great way to add a pop to your space, white trim is a classic that will never go out of style. '
Vintage Interior Design
Whether it's a classic mid-century modern piece or a vintage-inspired color palette, this design style effortlessly withstands the test of time, making it a perennial favorite for those seeking enduring elegance and character in their homes.
Cottagecore is the blooming hot fashion that is becoming more popular. The beautiful farmhouse interiors, which may be on the wane, are being replaced by this style—despite being somewhat similar.