Berger Paints Colour Of The Year 2023 Viva Magenta

Viva Magenta, a brave hue will breathe new life into your home’s colour palette.

The Pantone Colour Of The Year is more than just a trend-setting shade that will soon be incorporated into everything from fashion to food to home decor and beyond- it signifies the moment we are in. When selecting the Pantone Colour of the Year 2023, Viva Magenta 18-1750, a bold shade of crimson red, the experts not only evaluated the latest trends in the design world, but also the spirit of the times we live in. The crimson red symbolises power and strength, at the same time, it promotes joy, optimism and enthusiasm.

Bright shades like magenta make for fun additions to the home. Whether you are adding a pop of colour to an existing scheme or brightening up a room with an accent wall, introducing a deep pink to your home makes for a whimsical and cheerful vibe.

“This year’s Colour of The Year is powerful and empowering. It is a new animated red that revels in pure joy, encouraging experimentation and self-expression without restraint, an electrifying, and a boundaryless shade that is manifesting as a stand-out statement,” according to Pantone. If this description has not convinced you of the power of this colour to transform a space, our colour inspiration for interior wall paints below definitely will!

Inspiring Decor Ideas Tickled With The Color of The Year 2023

Here are a few examples featuring similar bold pink-reds from Berger Colour Catalogue that can help give you an idea of how this colour could work in your space!

A Monochromatic Colour Palette
Get The Look: Beauty Queen (1A0316) and Coral Burst (1T0501)modern bright magenta and subtle pink monochromatic colour scheme for walls

Layer a bright magenta and subtle pink to create a monochromatic colour scheme that exudes warmth and comfort. As seen here, the walls adorn diverse iterations of the same warm pink hue. The neutral brown furniture, rug and textiles give the room a modern edge that cuts through the palette’s sweetness.

Opposites Attract: Grey And Magenta
Get The Look: Beauty Queen (1A0316) and Charcoal Sky (8A0348)room’s interiors, magenta with a subtle grey

When it comes to choosing a colour palette for living rooms, magenta is not a shade that gets picked often enough. It is definitely a bold colour choice for most but when paired with a subtle grey, it can bring out your room’s interiors in an unusually satisfying way. Look at the accent magenta wall paired with a silvery grey here that together exudes a serene and calming vibe!

Statement-Making Home Office Colour Scheme
Get The Look: Bright Wine (1A0366) and Glacier Wall (4P0102)Home Office Colour Scheme

Try pairing magenta with a humble olive green for a home office. The green soothes the eyes and helps in increasing the focus and the magenta adds a wonderful contrast to the earthy tones.

An Eclectic Bathroom
Get The Look: Beauty Queen (1A0316) and Mauve Maze (1D0446)Bathroom painted with pantone colour of the year 2023

This bold magenta-and-mauve bathroom has a playful yet luxurious feel. The monochromatic palette that is followed throughout and the black window panels create a cheerful and stylish look!

Play It Safe With Ombre Magenta Wall
Get The Look: Bright Wine (1A0366), Lipstain (1D1975) and Evening Rose (1T0508)Ombre Magenta Wall, pantone colour of the year 2023

Embrace the magenta trend by blending red-pink tones in a stylish ombre effect. Use white as a base for the space to prevent it from feeling heavy with colour. We love this feature wall here that incorporates a stunning magenta hue in various shades, creating an attractive, almost iridescent effect. Pair this with neutral accessories for maximum impact!

Viva Magenta in Interiors And Homes
This bold hue can work well in many colour palettes. The minimalists who prefer natural tones can use it as a pop of colour since this hue packs a lot of drama in a small dose. Apart from the walls, it can also be incorporated as a lighting fixture, artwork, rugs or a striking floral arrangement punctuating an all-neutral space.

When it comes to colour pairing, Viva Magenta works well with pale greys, blues, or pastels. Or, if you wish to try out the monochromatic trend, you can combine it with other pinks that command the room!

How To Decorate With Pantone Color of The Year 2023Pantone color of the year 2023

1. Add Drama With Viva Magenta As An Accent

This dramatic hue will directly impact paint trends and urge homeowners to be more daring in their choices. It brings a wonderful opportunity to add some style into a space as an accent. Whether it is in the entryway or guest bathroom or used on wooden furniture or within the pattern of a fabric, it brings instant drama and warmth.

2. Go Bold And Try Colour Drenching

While it is a good idea to pair a statement shade like Viva Magenta with soothing neutrals and earthy palettes, you can also use colour drenching to maximise its effect. Colour drenching is the process of choosing one colour and painting it on multiple surfaces in one space. The end result is brilliantly bold and modern, adding to a fearless aesthetic.

3. Create A Focal Point With Viva Magenta

If you are looking to add some drama to your space, why not consider Viva Magenta? You can use it on the walls or fitted furniture to create a focal point in a room. It will immediately lift a neutral palette, without it looking brash.

Inspired To Add A Touch Of Viva Magenta To Your Home? Contact The Painting Experts For A Trendy Makeover!

The new year is the perfect time to consider a home makeover. If you want to add a dose of Viva Magenta into your space, contact Berger Express Painting experts for a faster, safer, cleaner painting experience. To get in touch, SMS ‘XP’ to 56767 or call our toll-free number 1800 103 6030.


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