Sherwin-Williams Unveils Color of the Year 2023, Redend Point – Furniture Lighting & Decor | Candle Made Easy

Sherwin-Williams introduces its 2023 Color of the Year, Redend Point SW 9081, a calming blush beige that inspires broadened horizons and eye-opening discovery.

“Redend Point was inspired by the idea of ​​finding beauty beyond ourselves. It’s an empowering hue that invites compassion and connection into any space,” said Sue Wadden, director of color marketing at Sherwin-Williams. “The color is a natural choice for those seeking a warm and cheerful neutrality for both indoor and outdoor use. Redend Point is a beautiful color and I can’t wait to see consumers play with it and decorate their spaces.”

Redend Point (195-C4) embodies the idea of ​​a goal worth moving toward, one that ignites the spirit of discovery and inspires deeper connections with others around the world. Exploring the “beauty beyond ourselves,” the hue offers a grounding reminder to remain curious and empathetic to ourselves and our communities.

To capture consumers’ imaginations and inspire them to create warm and welcoming spaces with Talking Point, Sherwin-Williams and Etsy, the global marketplace for unique and creative goods, have curated a selection of complementary home furnishings, art and accessories from Etsy sellers . Products include stoneware vases, hand-poured candles, contemporary wall art, hand-printed linen napkins and more.

“Redend Point is the ideal choice for bringing a sense of calm and nature into any space,” says Dayna Isom Johnson, Etsy’s trends expert. “The one-of-a-kind, handcrafted items we’ve curated on Etsy can complement this soulful hue in almost any room — or even allow you to take the color beyond your four walls with accessories and gifts.”

As neutrals continue to warm, Wadden expects this blush beige to be a versatile shade to see in homes and commercial spaces for years to come.

Redend Point delivers nourishing minimalism

Building on new beginnings, accented by Color of the Year 2022 Evergreen Fog SW 9130, the soulful Talking Point breathes life into every part of the home, from the living room to the bedroom.

“Redend Point’s subtle pink undertones make it easy to blend into any space. It delivers an enveloping warmth that makes you feel right at home,” said Wadden. “Build on its earthiness by using the hue alongside natural-looking textiles and wood accents, or create a desert oasis by layering terracotta tones and clay materials.”

The mesmerizing hue is part of the Nexus palette in the Sherwin-Williams 2023 Colormix Forecast, celebrating restorative energy, well-being and friendliness. Wadden recommends pairing the shade with neutral earth tones like Urbane Bronze SW 7048, Pure White SW 7005, Cool Beige SW 9086 and Foothills SW 7514 or tonal tones like Hushed Auburn SW 9080, Toile Red SW 0006, Carnelian SW 7580 and Malted Milk SW 6057.

A healing hue to inspire communal spaces

The neutral’s versatility makes it a reassuring choice in a variety of commercial and municipal settings.

“There is no place more commercial, more important to the concept of beauty than ourselves, than common spaces. Whether it’s a restaurant, an office, or an apartment building, this shade adds a sense of restoration that encourages connection with ourselves and with others,” Wadden said.

The earthy hue brings nature into multi-purpose areas to floor areas for rest and relaxation, such as lounges and common spaces, and draws guests into lobbies and welcoming areas with its subtle warmth.

About Sherwin-Williams Color of the Year

Led by Sue Wadden, Director of Color Marketing, Sherwin-Williams’ global color and design team researches and identifies key trends affecting the way we engage with color. From these insights, the team translates emerging themes into the annual Colormix forecast, which includes 40 colors and four palettes for 2023. The team chooses the color of the year from the annual forecast. The 2023 selection, Redend Point SW 9081, is the 13th official color of the year:

  • 2011: Indigo Batik SW 7602

  • 2012: Argyle-SW 6747

  • 2013: Aloe SW 6464

  • 2014: Exclusive Plum SW 6263

  • 2015: Coral Reef SW 6606

  • 2016: Alabaster SW 7008

  • 2017: Floating Taupe SW 6039

  • 2018: Ocean side SW 6496

  • 2019: Cavern Clay SW 7701

  • 2020: Navy SW 6244

  • 2021: Urban Bronze SW 7048

  • 2022: Evergreen Nebula SW 9130

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