Paint can completely transform a space. It can create a new look, a new mood, and make old look new. Despite always changing color trends, a white space remains timeless and it’s the foundation we most like to start with in our projects. There are an overwhelming amount of white paints on the market, but we like to stick with the ones that always work for us. Today we are sharing our favorites.
Benjamin Moore White Dove
In the sun drenched spaces of our Summit Creek Project, we wanted a white that pulled slightly creamy for a soft warm look. Benjamin Moore white dove has a warm undertone that never pulls gray or blue.
Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace
Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore is our favorite go-to white. Crisp and refreshing, it reads as a true white that doesn’t pull yellow or blue. We love it layered with creamy accents and warm woods.
Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee
In this kitchen refresh, we painted the existing cherry-stained cabinetry white. We added a little dimension with a slightly creamier cabinetry against crisp white walls. Cabinet color is Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee. Wall and ceiling color, Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace.
Benjamin Moore Custom Blend
When we couldn’t find the perfect white for our the painted brick exterior of our Villa Bonita Project, we worked with Benjamin Moore to create a custom blend that would not be blindingly too white nor a too creamy yellow. We share the paint color in our Paint Resource Guide. For those of you new to the blog, download it here! In it we share all the most requested paint colors from our projects.
A painting project is the perfect way to create a fresh start in the new year. Share your white walls with us! #BeckiOwensFeature