Frenchic paint colours 2023: all the colours in the new wall paint range
Frenchic has launched 50 new colours for 2023 - see all the new shades here!
We at YourHomeStyle have always been big fans of Frenchic, so we were thrilled when we found out the iconic British chalk paint brand has just released 50 new shades of wall paint for 2023.
From deep emerald greens to earthy browns, there really is something for everyone in the new range, and whether you're looking to totally overhaul your space or just freshen it up with a lick of paint, we think you're likely to find a colour that you like.
Keep reading to discover all the new shades in Frenchic's wall paint range, and when you’re feeling suitably inspired, don’t forget to check out our guide on how to use Frenchic paint around your home. Happy painting!
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New Frenchic paint colours
A cool, deep grey with dusky purple undertones.
Coolish, pale grey with blue-green hints at its base.
Deep smoky blue with greenish undertones.
A chalky, earthy brown shade, with hints of smoke.
A dusky, 'serious' pink that pairs beautifully with whites, off-whites, grey, blue or gold.
A golden toned neutral shade, with hints of khaki and yellow ochre.
A mid-century inspired shade of deep orange.
A rich and deep dark green with black in its base.
Cool, slate-grey infused off-white.
Nostalgic aqua green.
A smoky grey with taupe undertones, that presents itself differently depending on light and surroundings.
A pale neutral with a hint of beige, green and smoke.
Bold teal-toned blue.
A rich russet brown - deep toned and dramatic.
Minty, green-hued off-white.
Warm orangey peach that works beautifully with other pastels.
Fresh and cheerful yellow!
Complex pale neutral that looks different depending on its surroundings - its soft tones can appear either creamy yellow or smoky lime green depending on light.
Off-white with little grey, and a suggestion of blue-green.
A mid blue that appears soft and muted in low light, but bolder in bright surroundings.
Strong and energetic lime infused green.
A calming and understated chalky, greyish lilac.
Super pale off-white. Neutral toned and ever so slightly smoky.
Richly toned, purply blue with sloe berry hues.
A lively green that goes beautifully well with neutrals or other bold colours.
Cool, greyish pale blue.
Scandi-inspired yellow with a hint of zest.
Deep and complex greyish blue.
Soft and warm pastel yellow.
Sleek deep mid-grey. Subtle blue-tinted undertones.
Elegant and classy shaded pink with lilac undertones.
Understated duck-egg green with slightly grey undertones.
Chalky red that looks pink in certain lights.
An energetic statement green.
A sooty-toned deep brown that looks chocolatey in some lights and charcoal in others.
A cool brown with slate undertones.
Pale beige neutral.
A clean, light grey with dash of blue.
A pale neutral - warm, grey with a hint of taupe.
Earthy, soft red with a pinkish elements.
Lime toned green.
Pale toned, greenish grey with a yellow base.
Charcoal with purple undertones.
Deep turquoise shade with aqua tones.
Deep velvety blue with teal tones.
Calming neutral rose shade.
Complex off-white that looks warm and peach toned in some lights, but pearly in others.
Deep green with olive and lime undertones.
A deep blue-green with slate grey undertones.
Thea Jeffreys is the Digital Writer on YourHomeStyle.uk, and is passionate about all things home décor. When she’s not scouring the internet for budget-friendly homeware finds, you’ll find her writing about the latest interior trends and handy upcycling tricks.