Understanding the undertones of white paint can help you select the best option to freshen up your space. Warm whites - antique, cream, vanilla - have undertones of yellow, pink or red. Antique and creamy whites lend a mellow backdrop to natural textures and neutrals.
White paint opens up and freshens spaces, it’s versatile, and it sets a mood. But it is nuanced - different shades of white do this in different ways. Here’s how to pick the best white paint color - warm, pure, or cool - for your rooms and color schemes.
There’s no such thing as a boring shade of gray. Check out this collection of gray interior paint colors from BEHR to see all the different shades that one color can offer. Yellow- and red-toned grays offer a warm greige hue that will make any room in your home feel cozy and inviting. Blue- and purple-toned grays, on the other hand, offer a more traditional look that pairs well with white accents.
If you’re looking for a paint color that is transcendent, timeless, and versatile for your home & style, choose Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year 2016 Simply White OC-117. Turn down the noise and celebrate the simplicity of white. #ColorTrends2016