Décor colours that will set 2023 alight

As we work with thousands of homeowners every single year, we are able to get a good insight into décor trends and what styles people are going for when planning interior decoration.

Additionally, we love keeping up with the UK’s leading stylists and interior decorators, so we can advise people on the best possible floor for their home.

With that in mind, here are the top colours and themes that we think are going to hit the big time in 2023:


Timeless and uniquely able to suit almost any kind of décor in the home, grey and all its variants have been the most in demand colours for years now, and it doesn’t look like the trend is going to burn out any time soon.

Whether your home is fabulously modern, or perfectly traditional, grey is a neutral colour that soaks in its environment and blends with whatever style you have in mind.

Able to make living rooms sophisticated, and bedrooms grown up, grey goes with almost anything, including grassy greens, light yellows, millennial pinks, and deep violets.

We have a great range of grey laminate flooring, grey luxury vinyl flooring including grey Karndean flooring and grey engineered flooring to choose from.

Earthy tones

Including lush greens and charcoal browns, earthy colours and tones make for wonderful homes that want to embrace that natural sense of style.

Whether your home happens to be a cottage deep in the country, or a city apartment, there’s nothing wrong with embracing a more natural style and relaxing amid a comfortable chic setting.

What’s more, you can help achieve a more natural sense of style with engineered wood floors, alongside wooden cabinets and furniture that are placed delectably throughout the home.

Pastel hues

Although pastel colours have been out of fashion for some time, there’s no doubt that pastels, from green to pink, are making their way back into the mainstream.

With a more modern and adult edge, brave pastels can help you relax and make the most out of different materials and styles, both on walls and furniture pieces.

What’s more, if you’re into upcycling or shabby chic décor, pastels work wonderfully with distressed furniture and bright engineered wood flooring.


Sleek and sexy, and a shade that goes with just about every colour on the planet, black should be treated as a neutral colour this year, and can be perfect if you want a room with impact or to provide drama.

Although you might not want to paint your walls black, anything from black book shelves, black luxury vinyl tiles, or even black chandeliers, can be enough to create a wonderfully dark setting without being too overwhelming.

Here at Best at Flooring, we have a vast array of different styles, shades, and colours of flooring, and we’ve helped thousands of homeowners choose the best floor according to their home décor.

If you would like to know a little more about how we can help you choose the best floor to fit your colour scheme, reach us via our contact page.