Benjamin Moore enlists electro-funk band to debut 2023 Color of the Year

MONTVALE, N.J.– Benjamin Moore has announced that its Color of the Year for 2023 is Raspberry Blush 2008-30.

“People are ready to bring color back into the home, taking a step outside their color comfort zones,” said Andrea Magno, color marketing & development director at Benjamin Moore. “Raspberry Blush 2008-30 and the Color Trends 2023 palette empower the use of statement colors that deliver delight and personality, while transforming rooms for incredible results.”

To commemorate this year’s selection, Benjamin Moore enlisted renowned electro-funk duo Chromeo to underscore the upbeat and optimistic tone of the palette and the dynamic role color plays in self-expression, music. Debuting today, Chromeo’s new song, ‘Raspberry Blush’ celebrates the positivity and enjoyment of life that both color and music can influence. Designers and DIYers alike can experience the Color Trends 2023 palette at events taking place in select cities and explore eight curated playlists that reflect the personality of each color and the spirit of the palette on Spotify.

The Color Trends 2023 palette celebrates the use of color to influence dramatic transformations. As living spaces are often an expression of individuality and personal style, the palette emboldens designers and homeowners to take color to unexpected places using eight Benjamin Moore paint colors:

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Lauren Roses is Home Accents Today’s product editor, responsible for selecting and compiling product and trend stories, and for overseeing product submissions and coverage of intros and market debuts. Lauren studied at the University of Arizona and has lived in San Diego, California and New York City. Prior to joining Home Accents Today, she worked in marketing and project management for several prominent interior design and real estate professionals. In early 2018 Lauren moved back to her home state of North Carolina where she enjoys reading, animals, hiking and spending time with family.

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