PPG and Glidden are kicking off the 2023 Color of the Year (COTY) choices with Vining Ivy – a deeply saturated, jewel-toned green with cool turquoise undertones that conveys a sense of adaptability.
“The green part of Vining Ivy says that greens are still part of the story, but it has a jewel-like element added to it with the blue that makes it a bit enchanting,” — Ashley McCollum, Color at PPG Industries
Vining Ivy is energizing yet grounding, and it works beautifully in small spaces. Mix it with a graphic black and white print or wallpaper for high contrast. Adding accents of gold lend a luxurious feel to your room.
During its heyday, Art Deco represented luxury, glamour, exuberance and faith in social and technological progress. Today, the Art Deco Maximalism style celebrates the exuberance of evocative, nostalgic and enduring interior design through layering colorful tones and patterns in a contemporary twist. Vining Ivy is a perfect jewel-tone teal to build into your Art Deco Maximalist Design.
And at a time when everyone wishes their island cabinets were anything but white, Vining Ivy can add more than a dash of personality to your cooking space. Try it in a matte version for a refined look.
Vining Ivy is very close the 2019 Sherwin-Williams COTY Oceanside. For more color inspiration check out that post here. I really like the exterior inspiration photograph.
2023 Color Stories
PPG’s global team of color stylists also have curated a palette of 45 coordinating hues for a Reflection-themed color collection, which is inspired by the shared – and growing – appreciation for minimalism, quiet design, biophilia and solace. The compilation is organized into three unique color stories: Serenity, Origin and Duality.