1. When you just want a room to be "warm white," meaning not too yellow or too peachy or too anything else, then go with Benjamin Moore Ivory White (925). Don't overthink this—I've already done enough agonizing for everyone and can say for sure that it works pretty much anywhere, unless you're going for museum-like sterility, in which case you're reading the wrong magazine.
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"1. The perfect white is Benjamin Moore "Ivory White" 925. 2. You'll never go wrong with a Charles of London or Tuxedo sofa. 3. Sea Grass rugs are cheap and customizable. 4. Add dhurries, flokati, or wool rugs as budget allows. 5. Hang curtains 2" from the ceiling. 6. Extend curtains 4" beyond the window casing. 7. Outside-mount roman shades to improve proportion. 8. Hang chandeliers 33" above tables. 9. Buy 2" thick counter tops. 10. Use cafe shutters instead of plantation shutters..."
Natural Green"This reminds me of green grass, green trees. It mimics nature, so it has a soothing effect. And it's happy because it's a real color — it's not grayed down. The light streaming in makes it more yellow during the day, and when the sun goes down, it becomes more blue. Green is fascinating — it's warm and cool at the same time." -Katie Ridder Soothing Green 535, Benjamin Moore