Fall's hottest paint colours for interiors

From warm whites to rich, deep browns, Sharon Grech shares the latest fall colour trends.

Whether you’re repainting this season or looking to add an accent colour to give your space a lift, knowing the hottest paint colours for fall is the perfect place to start. Get inspiration for your space or an upcoming project with colour expert, Sharon Grech’s top picks from Benjamin Moore right now.


1. Ballet White

For a clean, fresh look for fall, try a warmer white as a base or an accent colour. This pick is sophisticated and versatile with hints of cream and gray that can be paired with a more crisp white. Try it as a ceiling colour or as a the base in your kitchen.


2. French Press

This season, colours are starting to trend towards warmth and move away from the cooler grays of the recent years. French Press is a rich, neutral brown is a fantastic, darker colour for fall.  While this is a more daring choice, it can be used as a warm accent colour all over a room or to add a touch of glamour to your space.

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3. Kittery Point Green

Greens are a classic colour that always seem to have a spot on the trend charts. This season, Kittery Point Green is having its moment. This fresh, slightly yellow and retro-inspired colour works well on furniture in a high-gloss or pearl finish.

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4. Luxe

Just as luxurious as it sounds, this is a beautiful, rich colour with hints of blue and gray with a purple undertone. This is an example of trends moving away from the more straight gray neutral of previous years and towards more complex colours. Luxe works wonderfully in a kitchen as an accent with marbles and other grays and whites.