4 Living Room Looks for 2023

January 3rd, 2023


Bringing some zest into your living room is a great way to add some fun to the space with a real Mediterranean feel. This colour palette from Albany combines green shades with vibrant oranges for a refreshing look.

Welly Boot A green with subtle hints of grey.

Lovely LawnsA muted green.

SwansbillA bold, statement orange.

Carnival TimeA light, bright orange.

Desert Glow - A warm, golden yellow.


Photo courtesy of Farrow & Ball, colour Tailor Tack.

Powdery colours are pastel shades that are perfect for creating a more heritage look. Powder Pinks and Powder Blues are beautiful, elegant shades that recreate a classic feel. You could combine with upcycled second-hand furniture to continue the narrative of heritage throughout your space. 

Photo courtesy of Farrow & Ball, colour Kittiwake.

Last autumn, F&B launched 11 new colours including the clean and cool blue Kittiwake and the lightest, most delicate pink, Tailor Tack. Read more about the new collection of colours here.


Benjamin Moore’s Colour of the Year for 2023 is Raspberry Blush, a bold coral tinged with pink that enlivens the senses, offering inspiration and creativity.

Reimagined Florals

Graham & Brown’s colour and design of the Year Alizarin and Florenzia Dusk. Alizarin is deep and moody yet refreshingly warm. This auburn red shade is made for creating inviting spaces. 

Named after the pigment derived from the Rubia plant species historically used as dye throughout the world, this rich red will take you on a journey to ancient and exotic lands. Use in small spaces to create a cocooning effect or transform larger rooms into an opulent abode. 

Florenzia symbolises the restoration of historical beauty and celebrating bringing new life and colour into an artwork that has been carefully selected from G&B’s archives. Head into your local store to order your free sample.