Digital Lavender is the colour that we will see a lot in 2023, according to experts and forecasters WSGN and Coloro. It’s a subtle lavender shade, which provides calm and serenity. Curious how you can style this trend colour in your interior? Then read on for inspiration!

Colour trends for 2023

Although Pantone has named Viva Magenta as the Colour of the Year 2023, the colour institute has often chosen purple as the Colour of the Year in various shades. For example, ‘Blue Iris’ was the colour of 2008, a deep purple and slightly cooler shade. In 2014, ‘Radiant Orchid’ was named colour of the year: a warm pink-purple colour. In 2018 it was ‘Ultra Violet‘, a blue-purple shade, and in 2022 ‘Very Peri‘: a purple shade, going towards violet. So hopefully you’re not done with purple yet!

The reason for this is that we could use some stability and balance. In addition, Lavender is a genderneutral colour, which provides calmness and serenity. It has even been scientifically proven that this colour contributes to the creative brain and the development of the imagination. Lavender is already common in the digital world, and they expect a transition to the real world.

Also read: Viva Magenta is the Pantone Colour of the Year 2023

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Digital Lavender in your interior

There are various ways to style Digital Lavender in your interior. For example, white and pastel shades, give your interior a fresh look and make it seem a bit more spacious. Looking for something more striking? Then combine the year’s colour with warm earth tones such as yellow ocher and terracotta. The blue pigments in Digital Lavender give the colour a cool look. The contrast between warm and cool colours that this creates gives your interior a little more spice. Do you want to make a statement? Then look at a combination of Digital Lavender with bright colours such as yellow, cobalt blue or fuchsia.

Need more inspiration? Check out this Pinterest board.