The Color Trends Designers Can't Wait to See in 2023

Earth Tones

Compared to the earthy colors that were popular in the 1990s, these shades have a more boho and mid-century modern feeling, says interior designer Carla Bast. Muted shades of terracotta, green, yellow, and plum will be popular choices for wall paint, furniture, and home decor, predicts Bast.

Rich, Dark Colors

In 2022, we saw interior designers and homeowners get increasingly comfortable experimenting with bold, dark colors, and designers expect that trend to continue into the New Year. “It’s all about rich tones for 2023—chocolate brown, brick red, dark jade,” says Barbi Walters of The Lynden Lane Co.

Warm Neutrals

The consensus is that grey is out and warm neutrals will continue to dominate in 2023. “The color trends have gone from all white to warm neutrals, and in 2023 we will be warming up those neutrals even more,” says Brooke Moore, Interior Designer at Freemodel.

Pink and Rose Hues

Las Vegas-based interior designer Daniella Villamil says that earthy and moody pinks is the color trend she’s most excited for in 2023. “Pink by nature is a color that promotes tranquility and healing, it is no wonder that homeowners are now more receptive than ever to this rosy hue,” she says.


With the prediction that Pantone’s color of the year will be Digital Lavender, a light pastel purple, designers say the pastel trend will make its way to home decor.

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