From One Kings lane (click here for the entire article)
Sure, deciding to paint your walls white seems like the easiest way to go, but not all white paints are created equal (hence the endless number of options to choose from). So we asked a few of our favorites designers what they consider the perfect white paint; not surprisingly, no two answers were the same.
Huntington White by Benjamin Moore
“I use this color often because it is a very chameleon white that responds atmospherically as the day progresses.”
Linen White by Benjamin Moore
“The creamy undertones of Linen White can help add a glow and warmth to a space. It looks especially beautiful at night in a room full of lit candles. Often I also like to mix a blend of 50% Linen White and 50% Decorator White; it’s sort of a design secret that has been used for years.”
New White by Farrow & Ball
“New White is a great background color for me to build a room around. It pairs incredibly well with the earthy tones that I like to use in projects.”
The white walls in this gorgeous living room, designed by Sasha Adler and Lauren Gold, provide a clean backdrop for its colorful furnishings.
Sasha Adler & Lauren Gold
Snowfall White by Benjamin Moore
“This color is one of our favorite go-to whites because it’s a soft white that’s versatile enough to work with both modern and vintage architecture. We have used it to paint trim, bathroom vanities, and kitchen cabinetry.”
Ivory White by Benjamin Moore
“Believe me, I have made every white error you can imagine, but I love using Benjamin Moore’s Ivory White everywhere. My favorite place to use it is on the floor because it lights up the house like a lantern!”
Atrium White by Benjamin Moore
“I painted my whole house in Southampton in Atrium White—the walls, ceilings, and moldings. It looks amazing and has incredible depth with a fresh appeal.”
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