By: Danielle Clockel
As much as we love a bold statement color, there’s still something to be said for clean white walls. The lightness creates a calm, open atmosphere and lets art/furnishings/plants/etc. be the focal point of the space. But that doesn’t mean all white tones are the same! Let’s dig into the subtle array…
Pointing (Farrow & Ball). Now this is how you do a warm, golden white without it looking sickly.
Intimate White (Sherwin Williams). The lightest blush, shown here in a nursery, but sophisticated enough for any room that wants a touch of whimsy.
Spinach White (Sherwin Williams). Who knew a touch of pale green could create such a soothing tone? (You do, now.)
Feathered Violet (Benjamin Moore). White with the faintest breath of purple undertone that pulls out cool tones without looking blue.
Whether you’re into monochromatic neutrals or just want to add your color elsewhere, there’s an almost endless variety of subtly hued white tones available for your walls.