This year, embrace warmth and intrigue throughout the home with Sherwin Williams’ color of the year, Redend Point.
This soulful yet subtle hue offers a calming touch that matches well with other warm hues on your cabinetry, walls, doors, furniture, and more. How cool would a hutch or custom desk be in this earthy color? Not to mention the possibilities with custom-made cabinets! *Swoon*
Create a timelessly elegant home with the Cabinet Chic’s tips to use the color of the year for 2023!
Color Spotlight: Redend Point
Redend Point has been named the Color of the Year for 2023 by design experts. And it’s easy to see why!
This warm neutral hue is a unique combination of red and brown with blue undertones that adds an air of sophistication and energy to any space it graces.
Earthy colors have been at the forefront of design for decades, and for good reason. They add a calming effect to any space, plus, they complement a myriad of other colors as well.
Now, let’s get inspired!
How to Use Redend Point Throughout Your Home
We believe colors have the power to transform a space, and Redend Point is no exception.
Redend Point’s subtle pink undertones make it easy to incorporate into any space, all while delivering an enveloping warmth that instantly makes anyone feel at home. You can build on its earthiness by incorporating natural textiles and wood accents alongside the hue or creating a desert oasis by layering terracotta and tan shades with clay materials.
Whether you're looking for a bold statement or an understated accent, here are some great ideas for incorporating Redend Point into your home decor.
Chic Custom Cabinetry
Let’s begin with what we do best, shall we? While a color like Redend Point can be used as a bold statement, it makes an excellent accent color as it stands out against neutral palettes while still complementing the overall look.
This is where painted cabinetry can be stunning! Redend Point lends well to any cabinetry style and will make your kitchen an inviting space.
If painted cabinetry isn’t your thing, you can still use Redend Point in the kitchen as it pairs beautifully with oak and other wood tones.
Try painting an accent wall, the backsplash, or the kitchen island for a nice neutral pop of color.
And let’s not forget the bathroom! Redend Point would look amazing on bathroom cabinets, built-in shelves, and vanities as well.
Custom Built-ins & Furniture
We are all about custom-made storage here at C & C Cabinets and love the way that custom built-ins and furniture can enhance a space.
Why not paint the custom built-ins in your office, or how about a custom wine bar in this warm and inviting color?
From custom millwork around the home to expertly built hutches and custom desks, this hue would complement any design aesthetic and project.
An Accent Wall
Redend Point can be used as a neutral base color in any room and looks great as an accent color alongside green, gray, and natural tones like terra cotta.
Painting a bathroom accent wall in this blush-toned color will do wonders for your skin tone and looks nice paired with these design elements:
- White, beige, or taupe tile or marble
- Rose gold, brass, black, or antique bronze fixtures and cabinetry hardware
- Towels in white, tan, cream, dark gray, or light beige
- Natural woven accents like baskets, window shades, etc.
It would also add a soft, natural feel to a bedroom when used as an accent color. It mixes well with off-white fabrics, natural woven rugs, and woven light fixtures.
Extend a warm welcome to visitors with a Redend Point door and shutters, or go bold and paint the entire facade.
Due to its neutral tone, this color is extremely versatile and would look great in a new outdoor kitchen area paired with terracotta tiles, wood tones, and bronze for a southwest-inspired look.
But if southwest isn’t your thing, don’t worry. Redend Point can complement any design aesthetic from vintage and farmhouse to Old-World and everything in between!
Be Inspired by Previous Colors of the Year >
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The 2022 Color of the Year Unveiled
Bring Serenity Into Your Space
Ready to bring some warmth and serenity into your cabinetry, built-ins, or accent walls this year? You can’t go wrong with Redend Point! The opportunities are endless to bring happiness to your home, and we believe that beautiful colors are the perfect way to do just that!
Call Miriam Johnson, the Cabinet Chic for a custom cabinetry design consultation for your Tampa Bay area home today!