What colour trends will be the most fashionable in 2023?

Creating a stunning home interior all starts with choosing the right colour palette for your room.  
From calming blues to nature-inspired greens and warming golden tones, we share our top colour picks for your home in 2023.  
1.    Pale golds 
Warm sandy and pale-yellow tones are becoming a more popular alternative to whites and creams. Find curtains in this shade to add a soft glow to your living areas. This will make the room feel more intimate - a place where you can kick back and spend quality time with your family and friends.  
Pair pale gold curtains with the paisley Severne bedding set by Morris and Co to create a tranquil bedroom sanctuary. 
2.    Soothing blues and teals  
Light and dark shades of blue will feature prominently throughout homeware and furniture collections in the coming months. Inspired by the revitalising properties of water and stirring positive memories of coastal days, this colour palette is a great way to design a balanced and sleek interior.  
The simplistic elegance of the Tahiti and Farleigh three-seater sofas makes them the perfect place to relax at the end of a long day.
3.    Refined oak browns and marl greys 
A challenge many homeowners face is trying to make open-plan living spaces feel snug without over-cluttering them. One way you can achieve this is by introducing a sleek, yet warm, colour palette.  
The Ercol Forli corner sofa is a great way to break up the area, create a separate lounge space and offer plenty of seating for when you’re hosting guests. You should also invest in stylish storage furniture, such as the Ercol sienna sideboard to complete the look and create a seamless open-plan interior. 

4.    Organic greens 
Subtle sages and pale pastel greens can work well in any area of the home to create a fresh, airy feel. Olive shades are also expected to be very popular in 2023 and will complement both minimalist and traditional decors.  
Redecorating is not the only way to work new colours into your interior, you can explore our extensive range of furniture and home accessories to spruce up your space. Why not try the Sorrento bed frame to add a timelessly natural look to your bedroom? 
5.    Fired earth terracotta 
Whether you prefer a cooler beige terracotta, a bold sienna or a deeper burgundy, the autumnal tones of this red and orange palette are perfect for breathing new life into your home.  
You could add a feature wall in this colour to your living area or home office to make the space feel cosy or incorporate some home accessories in this shade, such as embroidered wall decals, throws or bedding sets.  
Explore the website to view the full collection of furniture and homeware or visit our stores in Norwich and Fakenham.  

Posted by Alex Dagg 24th November 2022

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