2023 Dulux Colour Trends
The Dulux Colour Forecast 2023 will give you all the inspiration you need to find a colour you love and transform your space into a sanctuary.
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Breezy Half is a soft mid-tone blue which is subtle but has an innate brightness to really add some life into a space. Scheme this blue with a clean white such as Southern Alps and pair with soft and subtle pinks, blues and greens to add to its' beauty. Use this gorgeous blue in bedrooms, playrooms, study and a darker hallway.
Tūrangi is a beautiful lilac that can add a sense of both cheerfulness and elegance to any space. Tūrangi can be used in bedrooms, playrooms, dining spaces or as a unique hallway colour. Pair it with crisp whites such as Ōkārito or Haunui Half or try scheming with deep dramatic purples like Doubtful Sound.
Riverton is a beautiful muted brown-based orange which can add a sense of warmth to any space. This colour is great for a cooler south-facing room or a formal space or study. Riverton works well with a neutral white such as Cardrona and a deep warm charcoal such as Mt Inaccessible.
Port Jackson is a deep and moody petrol blue that is perfect for both interior and exterior accents such as a front door or a feature wall. Pair this dramatic hue with whites such as Manorburn Quarter and Ōkārito as well as softer shades of blue like Makaka Bay.
Herd Street is subtle brown-orange that works well as either a main wall or a feature colour inside and out. Adding a sense of warmth and cosyiness to any room, Herd Street pairs well with warm whites and neutrals like Glinks Gully Quarter as well as deeper hues like chocolate brown or navy.
Sergeants Hill is a subtle citrus yellow with green undertones. Designed to brighten up any space, cheerful Sergeants Hill schemes well with the soft near-black of Blackwood Bay, warm white Sandfly Point Half and with olive and yellow-based greens such as Dusky Forest.
Spectacle Lake is a deep and moody greyed-off blue that works well as an accent or feature wall colour both inside and out. It pairs well with crisp cool whites such as Ōkārito and St Clair Quarter, deeper blues such as Ōhaupo as well as softer blues and greys.