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Paint Colour Review: Benjamin Moore’s 3 Best WARM White Paint Colours

Posted on February 14, 2019 by KylieMawdsley

 

The 3 Most Popular WARM Whites for Walls, Trim, Cabinets and More…

Everything you need to know…

(I have two videos on whites at the end of this blog post – check them out!)

More than any other paint colour, white can be tricky because the undertones are subtle and hard to see with the bare eye. In fact, when looked at independent of other colours, many whites just look like plain old white!

Stairs. Reclaimed wood floor and treads, Benjamin Moore Gray Owl, Cloud White. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online paint colour expert (4)

So how do you pick the white that is right for your home? Compare, Compare, Compare. Comparison is one of the best ways to see the undertones in any colour without losing your mind.

But before we get into the Wild World of White, I want to answer a question that I’m asked ALL the time in my Online Colour Consulting

Do my white walls need to be the same white as my trim colour?

Generally speaking, yes. There is the ODD good combo, but it’s like trying to find a wine that goes good with Kraft Dinner – it’s not an easy thing to do. Because whites are highly competitive with each other, if they have different undertones, or if one is ‘white-white’ and the other has an undertone (which it will), they will go head-to-head and expose each other.

For example, if you have Super White on your trim (or a super white-white) and want to paint your walls Simply White, Super White will EXPOSE the yellow undertones in Simply White. Or say you want to use BM Chantilly Lace on your walls and have Cloud White on your trim – seriously, I start twitching even thinking about it. UNDERTONES MATTER, especially with whites.

Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online paint colour consultant. Island in navy blue, Cyberspace, Pure White cabinets, bevelled white subway tile backsplash, white cabinets in the kitchen

All of the surfaces are the same white, any shift you’re seeing is in SHEEN

Long story short, if you want to paint your walls white, I recommend painting your trim, doors and ceilings the SAME white. If you already HAVE white on your trim and KNOW what the colour name is, I would suggest continuing that colour on the walls.

A few things to remember about white…

  • White is the MOST REFLECTIVE colour. This means it WILL pick up colours from the environment and toss ’em back in your face. That green grass outside your window? Yup. That northern exposure with its gray/blue light? Uh-huh. The red brick wall directly outside your window? You bet! So keep this in mind when looking at whites. This effect is reduced on the trim/doors but is MUCH easier to see on walls and cabinets
  • When choosing a white, exposure is the BIGGEST consideration. If you want to read more about exposures, I have blog posts re: north, south, east and west and what you can expect from the light they provide

And most importantly, SHEEN greatly affects how a paint colour looks. Even if you do the SAME white on the walls, trims, ceilings and cabinets, you will see a subtle shift from surface-to-surface as the different sheens react to the light – very cool.

Check out this photo…

Kylie M Interiors E design, online paint colour consulting. Sherwin Williams Pure White walls, trim and railings in south facing room with open staircase. Navy blue accents and home decor

The walls, trim and railings are all painted the SAME white (Sherwin Williams Pure White) and are only slightly different looking because of the change of sheen and positioning of the walls (shading on the ceiling for example).

If you want to mix and match whites, do so at your own risk, but you better make sure those undertones are jibing!

Now, let’s get into the guts n’ the glory and look at the 3 Best White Paint Colours!  

Benjamin Moore 3 best top warm white paint colours for walls, trims, cabinets. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online paint colour consultant and edecor expert

3 Popular White Paint Colours

Remember, just because they’re POPULAR, doesn’t mean they will work EVERYWHERE or are the easiest to work with – they all have some serious considerations…

1.Benjamin Moore Cloud White CC-40 / 967

Cloud White is popular because it sits right in the middle of things with its warm, but still relatively neutral undertones. Not too stark or icy and not too yellow.
benjamin moore cloud white is one of the best warm off white paint colours

Cloud White

Does it look like white? Well, no, but on the computer screen, most things won’t look white. In REAL-life, if you look at the small paint chip it will look generally white, but on the large scale, it won’t have the clean simple look of white, it will have a lovely warm softness to it.

Cloud White on Doors and Trims

Cloud White is shown here with SW Creamy on the walls. COMPARED to Creamy, Cloud White does look ‘white’, but that’s only thanks to Creamy and the fact that it has MORE warmth/body to it.

French door to home office. Sherwin Williams Creamy

Cloud White on Cabinets and Furniture

Cloud White works well on cabinets and furniture. However, you’ll come across an issue if the cabinets get painted, but the white trim in the room doesn’t. Because trim is most often relatively white, you WILL likely see the difference between your cabinets and your trims (particularly around windows and door casings that are close to the cabinets).

If you have white appliances, I would stay WELL away from Cloud White as appliances white is too clean and cool for the warmth of Cloud White.

Kitchen island painted benjamin moore cloud white, before and after some time. View to open dining room. Kylie M INteriors E-design and online paint color expert

Kylie M Interiors Edesign, cloud white kitchen cabinets, granite countertop, glass subway tile backsplash. south facing. online consulting

Cloud White on Walls

Cloud White can be gorgeous on walls as long as you’re comfortable with the warmth of it. When I have clients who are looking for white or off-white walls and don’t mind a bit of warmth, but DON’T like yellow (a common request), I’m more likely to direct them toward White Dove, which is a bit more subdued as Cloud White DOES have a reasonable, but not overwhelming, yellow-creamy warmth to it.

You’ll also want to consider exposure when choosing a white. A white that comes up JUST PERFECT in a north-facing room, could look too warm in a south-facing room. A white that is the perfect warmth in a south-facing space, could fall flat in a north-facing room.

Read more: Paint Colour Review: Benjamin Moore Cloud White

Read more: North, East, South, West – Which Paint Colour is the Best?

A bit more about Cloud White

  • If you’re painting one white surface in Cloud White, you’ll probably want to paint ALL of the white surfaces the same, as there is usually a decent shift between Cloud White and traditional white paint
  • If you have white appliances you will notice the difference between your cabinets and your appliances as the yellowish undertone in Cloud White will be brighter and warmer looking than the cooler tone of the white appliances. While this isn’t a deal-breaker or particularly obvious to some people, ideally you would have stainless steel appliances to avoid this altogether OR choose a brighter, cleaner white
  • The warmth of Cloud White will help to neutralize a north-facing room and will look that bit warmer in a south-facing room
  • Cloud White better suits warm paint colours or stormy cool colours. It isn’t always as great with icy cold colours
  • It’s often the top choice for trims and doors because it’s a familiar name in the paint world. However, there are ‘whiter whites’ out there as Cloud White is DEFINITELY a warm white. Not as warm as the likes of SW Dover White, but still warm
  • Cool colours such as blue and green can enhance the subtle warm undertone in Cloud White. Many cream and beige paint colours love Cloud White because of its warmth (as shown above)

The best white and gray paint colors for kitchen cabinets or bathroom vanity. Edesign, Kylie M Interiors Online colour consulting. Home Decorating and diy ideas blogger

2. Benjamin Moore Simply White OC-117 / 2143-70

Simply White is a popular white because it looks the CLOSEST to white (of the three on this page) and has a subtle, pretty yellow tucked inside of it. PERSONALLY, I usually find it a wink too yellow (but it’s not ALL about me…not all the time anyway).

benjamin moore simply white is one of the best off white warm paint colours for cabinets and trims

Simply White

Simply White is brighter and slightly more clean and fresh looking than Cloud White and significantly brighter than White Dove (shown below). It will generally look like white until it’s compared with stark white (like a solid white paper), it’s via comparison that you’ll see its undertones rise up.

Simply White on Doors and Trims

If you’re trying to coordinate with an existing white in your home, be careful. If your current white isn’t a warm/yellow-white, it could look MUCH cooler up against the yellow of Simply White. Generally speaking though, Simply White is a beautiful colour for trims, doors, ceilings and cabinets as long you’re okay with that wink o’ yellow. The undertone IS more subtle on trims than on cabinets/walls (as the surface area is smaller).

Benjamin Moore Manchester Tan paint colour on walls, Simply White on wainscoting, door and trim. Kylie M Interiors Edesign and online paint colour consultant

Simply White on Cabinets and Furniture

Simply White looks great on cabinets as it’s fresh and bright and ‘looks white’ as long as you don’t have a cleaner white anywhere closeby.

Best Benjamin Moore White paint colour for kitchen cabinets, Simply White. Kylie M INteriors Edesign, client photo

Things to Consider

  • If you have white appliances you will notice the difference between the whites and Simply White will look CONSIDERABLY more yellow against white appliances
  • Simply White will be a brighter white than Cloud White or White Dove (next up)
  • If you want to enhance cool paint colours, Simply White is a great choice, knowing that the cool paint colours can slightly enhance the warmth of Simply White

Read more: The Full Colour Review of Simply White

3. Benjamin Moore White Dove OC-17

White Dove is more of a calming soft white and has an almost creamy/greige feeling in comparison to the cleaner approach of Simply White (White Dove is a personal fave).  benjamin moore white dove is one of the best off white paint colours for ceilings, trims, doors and cabinets

White Dove

White Dove does not look like a true white, but it’s close, especially if you have good natural light.

Benjamin Moore Anchor Gray, White Dove trim, travertine stacked stone fireplace, tobacco brown leather chairs, gray carpet. Kylie M Interiors E-design, online paint color consulting. Best blue paint

Let’s take a quick break to talk about paint samples…

Undoubtedly, you’ll be heading out in the near future to grab paint samples – stop right there! I want you to check out SAMPLIZE. Samplize offers peel and stick paint samples that are more AFFORDABLE, EASIER and more ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY than traditional paint pots. Here are just a FEW reasons why I recommend Samplize to my clients…

  • Samples arrive ON YOUR DOORSTEP in 1-3 business days, depending on location
  • At $6.99, they’re more affordable than the samples pots/rollers/foam boards that are needing for traditional paint sampling
  • If you keep the samples on their white paper, you can move them around the room

Visit the SAMPLIZE website HERE

White Dove on doors and trims

White Dove is usually a bit heavier looking than the old/existing trim colours, so if you choose White Dove for one surface, you’ll likely want to paint the other white surfaces as well for consistency and flow.

Stairwell with gray carpet and Sherwin Williams Collonade Gray, lightened by 25%. Benjamin Moore Gibraltar Cliffs feature wall. Kylie M INteriors Edesign

White Dove on cabinets and furniture

White Dove looks LOVELY on cabinets and furniture. However, when it comes to kitchens it presents the same challenges as Cloud White in that it rarely blends well with other whites (trims/appliances) or with the more modern white quartz/marble countertops.

Oak kitchen cabinet update with Benjamin Moore White Dove, TCE4001 quartz, Pashmina paint colour, stainless steel. Kylie M INteriors Edesign, virtual paint color consulting

See the fabulous before and afters here

Oak kitchen before and after, painted cabinets in Benjamin Moore White Dove, Sherwin Dovetail and Keystone Gray. Kylie M Interiors Edesign, online paint color consulting advice

Read more: SHOULD You Paint Your Cabinets White? A Fun Questionnaire

White Dove on Walls

White Dove is a fabulous white for walls. With its passive warmth, it can settle nicely in a south-facing room, which will enhance the warmth of it, while looking more subdued in a north-facing room as the gray light coming in the windows calms that warmth down a bit. If you are looking for predictable WARMTH though, in any exposure, this might not be warm enough and you’ll want to check out the cream range of paint colours as well.

Benjamin Moore White Dove is a great off-white paint color for home staging and selling. Shown in small bathroom with Kingsport Gray vanity

Benjamin moore White Dove on walls, best white paint colour with gray feature wall in teen girl bedroom. Kylie M Interiors Edesign

Benjamin Moore White Dove on walls and trim with teal feature wall in kids girls bedroom with swinging chair. Kylie M Interiors Edesign

Things to Consider

  • If you choose White Dove you’ll want ALL of the white surfaces in the room to be White Dove
  • If you have white appliances White Dove will look quite different. You may want to look at stainless steel appliances or a cleaner, more simple white
  • White Dove is great for any room – north, south, east or west as long as you understand how it can shift from space to space (losing some warmth in northern or eastern light and warming up in southern and afternoon western light)
  • I find White Dove to be the most FLEXIBLE of the three whites when it comes to accommodating paint colours for the walls
  • If you partner White Dove with cool paint colours/finishes, it will slightly enhance the warmth of it. White Dove really loves to be partnered with many of the popular greige and beige colours.

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Comments

  1. Hi– Need help picking a white for ceiling. New house. Probably going Revere Pewter on walls (or something like that). I like White Dove for trim. What about the ceilings? Very little crown going into this house. Not sure which white to pick for the ceilings.’

    BTW–white windows–do you think the White Dove will look silly as trim with white windows?

    1. Hi Yvonne, I don’t think White Dove will look silly at all and it will give you a lower contrast look than a standard white. For your ceilings you could do White Dove, White Dove reduced by 1/2 or just plain old White! Just stay away from the whites with yellow undertones like Cloud White/Simply White.
      Hope that helps!
      ~Kylie

  2. Hi Kylie, I’m wondering what white you’d recommend for an interior hallway that’s not too dark, but not bright either. I want to paint it white as a relief from the (soft, muted) colors in the rooms connected to it, but since it’s a three foot wide hallway, I don’t want a white that will be too bright and come at me as I walk through, but don’t want it to look dingy either. Do I want a bright white so it won’t be dingy, or do I want an off-white or creamy white so it won’t be too bright? Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks, Kim

  3. Hi Kylie,

    I am having my cabinets painted white. I thought I wanted white dove until i read your blog! We moved in last year and had the whole house, trim, door walls painted. I really don’t want to paint all the trim, door, and ceilings in the kitchen again. Will it really look bad with white dove cabs? I have stainless steel appliances and a dark granite countertop. Thanks!

    1. Hi Kelly, thank you for asking! Nope, you’ll be okay. Of course in the ‘ideal world’ trims/cabinets/etc.. would match, but its not a dealbreaker (I’d tell you if it was). As long as your trims/doors/ceilings are all consistent with each other then your cabinets can do their own thing.
      Hope that helps!
      ~Kylie

  4. I thought I posted this comment but I do not see it so I apologize if it shows up twice.

    I love all the info you have so kindly taken the time to share. I have a new home being built and need to make my paint selections pronto. I am only allowed one paint color for the walls and ceilings and have chosen BM Balboa Mist. Please let me know if you think this is too dark for ceilings and walls. I am torn between BM Cloud White and Simply White for kitchen cabinets and all interior trim. My hardwood floors will be a greyish warm brown (if that makes sense, a little bit of a taupey grey hue) and my countertops will be white shimmery quartz with a soft gray backsplash. I am going for bright, light, clean, but warm, wispy and soft but not dingy or drab feeling. Any advice or suggestions on the safest route for paint color choices would be appreciated so much. Load of thanks in advance for your time.

    1. Hi Nikky, Balboa Mist is a lovely colour and great for most walls, but you might find it a bit too grayish for ceilings everywhere – particularly in darker/north facing rooms. ‘Ideally’ your ceiling could be a lighter colour, even Silver Satin – just to take that gray edge off of things a bit…
      And just so you know, it does have a bit of a taupe/purple undertone to be aware of, but it will give you that soft wispy warm look you are going for in most rooms!

      Hope that helps!

  5. Hi Kylie,
    Very interesting post! Especially since this is the dilemma I now find myself having with my soon to be kitchen. I have to paint the cupboards and I’m going with white of course. The kitchen is very large with a red brick fireplace on one side. The cuboards are directly across from the fireplace on the opposite side. I was thinking of white dove but do you think tne fireplace should make a difference in the colour i choose for cabinets? I have med brown wood floors and i will do a white quartz countertop with white or off white subway tile as a backsplash….at least that’s what I am thinking. What do you think?
    Thanks for any advice…

  6. Hello Kylie,

    Thank goodness for your post! Now it makes sense why my coloring seems “off”. I tested many whites for my new home and settled on Cloud White for trim, ceiling and cabinetry. I didn’t want a stark white. Selected Revere Pewter for the walls. Sadly, my home is now overwhelmingly blah and bordering on depressing. To much gray/yellow/green for me!

    Do you think it would help to go back and paint the ceilings 50/50 Coud White/White to brighten up the rooms? Also considering just straight Ceiling White, but wonder if that might be to much contrast with the trim.

    I’m also slowly repainting the walls, trying to stay with a blue/neutral theme (except for the little girl’s room). Just purchased some beautiful rugs from PB with a lovely indigo blue, lighter blues, tans and creams. They look beautiful with the dark wood floors and Gaillo Ornamental granite. Thinking of painting main areas Manchester Tan or Grant Beige, but still want to keep the space modern. Our home style is a blend of cottage, craftsman, rustic, modern.

    Does it makes sense to stick with the historical collection from BM to work with Cloud White?

    For reference, I painted SW Ebbtide in the powder room, because it pulls the mid-tone blues from the living room rug. It’s a lovely color, just the wrong finish. Used satin instead of matte. Love BM matte finish so much better. However, it definitely makes the trim look yellow.

    My last home was Simply White, and I didn’t struggle as much with color selection.

    Thank you for your thoughts.

    Natalie

    1. Hi Natalie! So yes, you might find Cloud White and ‘white’ too different from each other. A blend of Cloud White and White would help (as Cloud White itself can’t really be reduced by much as it already has very little tint in it) and compared to Cloud White, ‘white’ can be a bit stark.

      As for colour collections, Cloud White should be versatile enough to work with a multitude of colours and you shouldn’t have to limit yourself to the Historical Collection.

      I hope that helps!

      ~Kylie

  7. Hi.
    We are renovating our kitchen with cabinets painted ‘November rain’ and the island ‘october mist’. The counters will be ‘London grey’ quartz with the flooring grey with a slight green undertone. Is there a blue that you think would look good on the wall from Benjamin Moore? Or do you think my walls should be a grey? If so which one? Also do you think white dove would be nice as the ceiling and trim colours? I love your. Advice and design work. Thanks.

    1. Hi Terry, thank you for asking! Unfortunately due to the volume of questions I receive in a day, I refer most to my Online Consulting so I can take the time to look at photos, listen to your concerns and give you the best solutions possible. If that interests you at all, here is the link! https://www.kylieminteriors.ca/online-decorating-and-e-design-services/. Off the top of my head, I’d stay away from blue as if your cabinets are November Rain and October Mist, those are greenish colours…
      ~Kylie

  8. Wow finally got some good tips!

    Doing a new build (Scandinavian style) and am wondering if I do simply white thought the house, what would be the best white for trim?

    Also doing custom white cabinetry so if that’s also simply white is that too much “starkness”??

    Other whites I’m considering:
    cloud white,
    white dove
    Chantilly lace

    1. If you do Simply White you might want to use Simply White for the trim as well. Simply White is ‘so close’ to being white that doing anything other than it could look ‘off’. The only other choice for me would be just plain old ‘white’ but it might look a bit stark compared to the slight warmth of Simply White. Also keep in mind that walls are often matte/eggshell and trim is often Satin/Semi-gloss – this shift in sheen can offer a subtle difference in colour – as much difference as you’d see in switching colour anyways. Shiny finishes tend to enhance a colour slightly.

      I hope that helps!
      ~Kylie

      1. This is such great advice. I am taking your advice to paint walls/trim and ceiling with Simply White because I love the look. However I now need to choose a cabinet colour for the kitchen and I dont think its a good idea to paint the kitchen the same as everything else. Are there any whites you suggested that would work well with Simply White. Quick research showed me I like Classic Gray, Creamy White, White Dove and Swiss Coffee. My fixtures are gold. So excited for your opinion!

        1. Hello- Did you ever find a color for your cabinets? We are going with Simply white for walls and trim but want to figure out best white for cabinets so there is no clashing or making the walls look more yellow.

  9. Hi Kylie,

    I have been reading through your website and LOVE both your decorating tips and insights, not to mention your sense of humour!!

    I’m wondering if you have any thoughts on choosing a white paint when the trim and ceiling is already Oxford White. We have painted my 13year old daughter’s bedroom BM Purple Lace. The Purple Lace matches her bedding beautifully but in the whole room it is overpowering, almost scary to be frank:) We’d like to tone down the Purple Lace by repainting a white or off-white on 2-3 of the walls in her room. I’ve read thru your post on BM Moore 3 best whites several times and feel like a cat chasing my tail trying to choose between the 3 colours. Any thoughts between the three with Oxford White already in the mix?…Or any other thoughts? Chantilly Lace is also in the running but if you can share your wisdom and save me from another painting mistep not mention negotiating with a teenager, I’d be very grateful:)

    Thanks! Karen

    1. Hi Karen, to give you some quick thoughts…it’s challenging to mix whites and it’s often best to stick with what you have, keeping in mind that things will look ‘slightly’ different due to the different sheen levels (assuming the ceiling is flat, trims are a bit shinier and walls would be eggshell). I’d be hesitant to add a slightly different version of the ‘same thing’- in other words I’d stick with Oxford White.
      Hope that helps!
      ~Kylie

  10. I am going to be chalk painting my upper kitchen cabinets and I have been searching and searching to find the right “white” thank you so so much!!! I am nervous about it and your article is EXACTLY what I was looking for!! I’m going with White Dove 🙂

  11. This was such an incredibly helpful post, even years later! I have narrowed it down to 3 “white” paint colors for our remodel when I stumbled upon this post and they are Simply White, White Dove, and Cloud White! When I painted samples of each of them, I was seeing virtually exactly the same things you mentioned! Simply White looks very white to me. It’s a great color if you want white with virtually no undertones but it’s looking very stark. Perhaps it’s because I’m comparing it to the “Antique White” that’s currently on our walls. Cloud White is most similar to Simply White in my house with my lighting and White Dove is the outlier. It’s hard not to compare them to one another. I need to just look at each one independently and choose my favorite rather than comparing each to Simply White, which just looks white! Simply White is very helpful though for seeing the undertones in the other two colors. Sounds like there’s really no wrong choice with these 3. Thank you for a great post.

  12. Hi there, I know you are super busy but I have a major dilemma! We are ordering our kitchen tomorrow (new build) our island is Hale Navy. White quartz countertop and white backsplash. For the cabinets I am looking for a true light gray from BM. Right now I am debating Gray Owl, which doesn’t seem dark enough and Thunder which I’m worried may look blue when done? I have already bought so many samples and getting frustrated! What’s your favortite light grey for cabinets?! We have lots of natural light. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!!

    1. Hi Kerri, usually I refer these questions directly to my Online Consulting, but a) you’re in a hurry b) you caught me actually working on comments and c) I’ve had a glass of wine – good timing! Okay, so great choice with Hale Navy, I actually have my office painted that colour and MADLY love it. Now true light grays are hard to come by as grays have undertones that are cool of blue, green or purple (I find purple is the MOST common). Now you would want to avoid purple as it won’t sit as well with the Navy – for that reason I’d be a ‘little’ nervous about Thunder, which isn’t obvious, but is there (and probably a bit dark as well). That being said, I would have some small concerns (not big, but small concerns) about Gray Owl. Even though it can and will look both ‘gray’ and ‘slightly blue’ it can ALSO pick up a greenish look (as the green in it is ACTUALLY more dominant than the blue.). It’s subtle, but it is there. I would’ve been more inclined to look toward something like Stonington Gray which is a cool stormy blue (and you could have it lightened a bit – I would). If you are so inclined, you can also look at Sherwin Williams Big Chill which has a smidge less blue in it. Now those DO have more of a blue undertone, but I think they are worth checking out!
      I hope that helps, good luck!
      ~Kylie

      1. Hi Kylie !

        I need some serious help!! Currently my ceilings are pine with chocolate brown beams running through the ceiling. I am painting the pine white.
        Initially, I was thinking about doing cloud white for my ceiling, and having my walls done either edge comb grey or grey owl. Keeping in mind that the chocolate brown beams will stay the brown colour. Will the cloud white not blend well with either the edge comb grey or grey owl?? Would I be better off with simply white or white dove instead ??

        Thanks so much !!

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          Hi Meghan, Cloud White isn’t a BAD choice, but I think that White Dove might just be a touch softer. Cloud White just has a bit more creamy warmth in it that can be enhanced when paired with slightly cooler colours. Again, not BAD, but I think White dove would be better!

  13. Hi Kelly,

    I am looking for a good white paint color(s) for cabinets both in the kitchen and in a bathroom. The kitchen countertop is Viatera Quartz (Rococo…sort of an eggshell white with light gray marbling) and the bathroom countertops are Carrara marble. Would you possibly have any suggestions for me?

    Thank you,
    Becky

  14. Would you suggest mixing whites or having the same colour white on walls, trims and doors (just different sheen). I was considering Simply White for trims and doors but not sure if that would look strange if walls are a different tone of white such as White Dove, Swiss Coffee, Silver Satin, Halo or Gray Mist.

    1. Hi Melinda, thanks for asking! I’ve used both Benjamin Moore Advance Pearl and Advance Semi-gloss and HANDS-DOWN I would do the Pearl finish. It has sheen and is wipeable but isn’t ‘shiny’. With the semi-gloss I could practically see reflections of things in the room – too much for me personally!

      Hope that helps 🙂
      ~Kylie

    1. The tile Molly inquired about is Vetro Nutra Listello Sfalsato in matte or lux – color Blanco purchase at statementstile.com

  15. Hi Kylie,
    I’m so glad I found your site, you have so much great advice!! I just bought my first house, and before we move in we are having the popcorn ceiling removed. I need to pick out a paint color for the ceiling, but I haven’t decided on paint colors for all of the rooms yet. I will probably be using Edgecomb Grey in most rooms. What ceiling color do you recommend with Edgecomb Grey? Or should I go with basic ceiling white since I’m undecided on some paint colors?

    Thank you!!
    Lindsay

  16. I have brown carpet, dark trim and wood floors. Just ordered a gray couch. Thinking of a white for walls to brighten living room up. What white goes good with dark trim? Thinking of a warmer white though so it feels cozy.

    1. Hi Angie! Well BM Cloud White is usually the default for that look when it comes to ‘warm white’. You can also look at SW Alabaster and Whitetail which are also beautiful warm whites…
      ~Kylie

  17. Hey Kylie – I just found your blog today and I have been engrossed for hours! I have a problem that I haven’t seen addressed. I had my kitchen cabinets and family room built-ins painted a few years ago (SW Shoji White). I loved the color but unfortunately my painter convinced me to use a poly top cop. So of course they have “yellowed” some. Also the previous owner of my traditional home (built 1998) used a bright white, high gloss trim. I am looking to update the look and paint my walls and trim. The walls are currently Believable Buff – which is too gold for my taste. I am thinking of using SW Accessible Beige or maybe SW Wintersweet Grey because I have lots of neutral beige/browns/some taupe color furnishings. What trim color would you recommend? The cabinets are causing the most stress for me given their poly coat but I don’t want to repaint them (too much $ given we just did them). Thanks for your advice. Btw – love your hair…. I am a fellow redhead 🙂

    1. Hey my Ginger friend! Okay, so yes, I see this a lot, where the cabinets are more creamy/yellow toned and the trim is white. It really is about finding a nice happy medium. For the walls, Accessible Beige is a beauty, one of my fave neutrals. Hmmm, I would take a look at SW Alabaster for the trim, maybe it could be a happy medium between the yellow tone of the cabinets while still being soft enough to entertain beige walls???!!!

      I hope that helps 🙂

  18. Hi Kylie,

    Thank you for your her very helpful review! When paintings walls white, do you recommend painting the ceiling and trims the same white as the walls? Also, what finish trim do you recommend with a matte wall?

    Thanks in advance!
    Jessica

    1. Hi Jessica! Yes, absolutely! Of course you can play around with whites, but I’m much more inclined to keep the undertones consistent, so I don’t need to worry about mixing and matching things. Plus, as the sheen changes, the colour will change slightly. For trim finish, I’m a big satin fan with a matte wall.

      Hope that helps!
      ~Kylie

      1. What is your thought on mixing these together within a room? We have a large living room (northern facing big window) and are thinking of using Simply White for the trim/mantle with Cloud White or White Dove for the walls in a matte finish. Would that provide a nice slight contrast to highlight the trim and molding or would the differences in the white clash?

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          Hi Michale, when it comes to whites, I’m more inclined to use the SAME white and then let the change in sheens do the work for me! Walls are often matte/eggshell, whereas trims are satin or semi-gloss. Just this can set things off just slightly without having to mix n match undertones!

  19. When you say BM Advanced Pearl finish, for cabinets, is that the same as Satin finish??? I only see options for matte, satin, semi-gloss, and gloss on their website and would like to be sure to ask for the correct product. Thank you for the clarification!!!

  20. Hi Kylie

    I am looking to repaint the kitchen cabinets an off white. designer suggested SW Dover White…because that is what my doors and trim are but I would really like to do a warmer white then this…more of an off white I guess. Any suggestions?
    Thanks
    Kerri

  21. Hi Kylie,

    I am wondering what white is often recommended/used for ceilings/trims/doors? I am thinking of using simply white in my back living room that has a higher ceiling with two exposed beams and then either cloud white or white dove in the bedrooms. Was wondering if a certain white would be better for ceiling/trim/doors. Your video was great!!! If you have better suggestions, I would love it!

    Thank you!!
    Traci

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      Hi Traci, sorry for the SUPER delayed reply – just catching up on comments!~ NOw a lot can depend on your wall colours and exposures, but I find that White Dove is pretty darned versatile as while there’s some warmth in it, it also has a decent neutral base that calms it down, so it isn’t quite as creamy as Cloud White. It’s hard to go completely wrong with EITHER, but I do lean toward White Dove 🙂
      ~Kylie

  22. Hi Kylie,
    I’m wondering what white to paint my trim as I have antique white on my cupboards and am afraid of the trim looking “too white/blue” next to them .
    Thanks, Monique

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      Hi Monique, it always depends on which antique white. Some are more yellow others are more beige/cream. My best advice would be SW Pure White which is a WHITE with a tiny drop of yellow in it (but really, it’s white that just white that shouldn’t go blue) or BM Cloud White which as a soft creamy base.
      Good luck!

  23. Hi Kylie, thank you for all you great advise on choosing paint colours.. I know your very busy with your business and this blog so I appreciate you taking the time to respond. My husband and I just bought a 22 year old house that we are updating. My question is what white would be good for a post and beem wood ceiling ? I want to also do the walls the same colour. The huge windows in this room face east. Meaning we get a lot of sun coming in. My furniture in this space is camel in colour with dark wood trim. Hardwood floors in med walnut.
    Thank you in advance for your help,
    Kind regards,
    Dene R

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  24. Hello,

    Great article on Whites. I am re-painting every thing in my kitchen. If I paint my cabinets dove white, is the trend to paint walls, trim,doors and ceiling all the same white? Or can I paint just the trim and doors dove white to match cabinets and do a greige on the walls for contrast?

    Thanks for your help!

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      Hi Amanda! Some people like to have all of the surfaces the same. However, I personally like the trim/doors/ceiling the same, but might be inclined to shift things a bit on the walls. As for cabinets, when it comes to whites it can be the most simple approach to do them the same colour as the trim as it’s nice to keep the undertones consistent, so you don’t need to worry about matching those up. Now Dove White is a more subdued look for cabinets/trim/ceiling/etc… (and I’m wondering if you might mean White Dove?). If you meant White Dove then yes, it would be great on cabinets, trim/ceiling, doors and EVEN walls if you really wanted. If you mean Dove White, I might do that just on the cabinets and then shift to a lighter white for the trim/ceilings/doors as the cabinets will be closer to a white/off-white than a real white. I hope that helps!

  25. Hello
    I very much like Cambria Torquay for Countertop in my kitchen. I am having a difficult time deciding on Cabinet color. I was set on BM Dove White but depending on the designer I talk to, I get different answers. Some say it looks yellow and dirty compared to some sort of bright white. Yet an you have mentioned that it has the grey/beige. May I request your opinion please. Thanks

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      Hi Riz! Yes, White Dove can look dirty/yellow compared to a clean gray. It is a warm white (hence the yellow) with a kind of greige/grayed out base (hence the dirty). And yes, generally speaking it’s better to go with a more clean white. Could you get away with White Dove? Yes (whereas you couldn’t get away with Cloud White), but you would be better off with something along the lines of SW Pure White.

  26. Hi….. I live in a small condo with a galley kitchen (no window), we are painting all the cabinets, trim and doors throughout the unit. Our cabinet maker made our 1/2 bath cabinet/vanity a year ago and it appears to be a color similar to white dove (bm), possibly a little lighter tone. I informed him I wanted the kitchen cabinets, master bath vanity and all the doors painted the same color as the 1/2 bath vanity….. the color came out WHITE! Nothing has been installed but the frames have already been painted. With having a small galley kitchen with no window and only very little natural light coming into the living area and two bedrooms would you recommend I stay with the WHITE ? He is willing to repaint everything White Dove or a similar color. I was leaning towards White Dove (so many on-line recommendations), but possibly White Dove may look to yellow in my small and lightless condo. Should I stick with the WHITE? All my walls are grey tones except the bathrooms which are a taupe/grey. Thanks so much for your advice. My painter/cabinet maker is waiting patiently for my answer. I realize he has hours into painting, but I have a lifetime in my condo. Thanks

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      Hi Carrie, it’s hard to say without photos as a LOT depends on the countertop/flooring and whether they suit a bright white or something softer. Off the top of my head, I would say White Dove should work, but really that’s just a guess that I can’t really stand behind without seeing the space! I do have E-design services where I can actually spend time with your room and figure out it’s specific needs, if that interests you, the link is here… https://www.kylieminteriors.ca/online-decorating-design-services/
      ~Kylie

  27. Painting the interior walls either agreeable gray or repose gray. Northern exposure. Which white do you recommend for trims, doors, and ceiling for either of those colors? We’ll be painting today. Hopefully we hear back from you soon. 🙂 Thanks!

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      Hi Junior, usually I refer to my e-design for personal questions! I try to give away as much free advice as I can on my blog and if that doesn’t work, it can be time for a closer look – that’s how I bring home the bacon 😉
      I have several blog posts dedicated to this topic such as:
      https://www.kylieminteriors.ca/the-4-best-white-paint-colours-sherwin-williams/
      https://www.kylieminteriors.ca/the-8-best-benjamin-moore-white-paint-colours-undertones-and-more/
      Hopefully you can find what you need there!

      ~Kylie

  28. Hi Kylie,

    I had my bleached oak cabinets painted with BM simply white and its too stark, for the lighting and white truffle quartz counters and white/grey marble back splash, I’m switching to BM dove grey for the cabinets and trim and doors, and ceiling. I have very little wall exposure, would you suggest the dove grey or a contrast? Do the cabniets need to be brought down to a primer coat before repainting from simply white to dove white. And semi gloss to satin?

    Thank you,

    Mary Beth

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      Hi Mary Beth! When it comes to more details personal questions, I do refer to my E-design packages where I can take a look at your home – otherwise I’m just making my best ‘guess’ for you. I do try to give as much complimentary info as I can on my blog, and if that doesn’t work, it might be time for a closer look!
      ~Kylie

  29. Hi Kylie! I have a little dilemma. My cabinets that just arrived are Cloud white, beautiful! The trim that I have already painted (only two rooms so far) are White dove as well as the ceiling. But now I’m torn. I don’t know whether to do my crown that will go over the cabinets and the entire main room in Cloud white or White dove! Should I change all my trim to Cloud white?? Also trying to pick a slighting darker white for all my walls… help!

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      Hi Naomi, it’s ideal if you can keep the trims and cabinets the same colour, this way you don’t have to worry about mixing n’ matching and having one colour make another look more yellow/gray/etc… 🙂

      1. Thanks Kylie! Do you have any suggestions for the walls then? I want something slightly darker but still with the appearance of offwhite/cream.

  30. Hi!

    Wondering what color trim would look best in the house I’m building:

    Paint colors in the house include edgecomb gray (main living open concept area), gray cashmere (guest bdrm) , ballet white (master bdrm), and stonington gray (this is in a bathroom with carerra marble counters)

    The house white vinyl windows, medium white oak hardwood floors throughout white cabinets (kitchen and bathrooms)

    Thank you!
    Amberly

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  31. Hi,

    We just painted our whole house in White Dove and are now trying to figure out what white paint color to paint our kitchen cabinets. Does it make sense to stick with White Dove as well and maybe just change the finish to a semi gloss for the cabinets? We will be having wood countertops and stainless steel appliances.

    Looking forward to hearing your thoughts! Thanks so much!

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      Hi Hannah, yes it DOES make sense, this way you don’t need to worry about competing undertones. I would look at satin or pearl finish though, just so it isn’t TOO reflective 😉

  32. Hi Kylie,

    I am building a new house & my cabinets are simply white. I am thinking that simply white would be best on all the trim as well but wondering about all the doors in the house and ceiling.? Should they too be simply white?

    Thank you kindly? Love your page!

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      Hi Crystal – yes, I’m usually inclined to keep my whites consistent and simple throughout, only changing if i HAVE to…

  33. Hi I’m painting the outside of our house in Florida. I would like to use Revere Pewter for the trim and torn between Cloud White or White Dove for the house. Also I read I could have the Revere Pewter made 25%darker would you advise that I’m just not sure if Revere Pewter might be a little to light thank you

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      Hi Bonnie! Without having seen your home and it’s roof/stone/landscaping/exposure, I would ‘generally’ lean more toward White Dove or Cloud White. As for lightening/darkening again, it depends on your exposure. If you’re southern, the light can make a paint colour look a bit lighter!
      ~Kylie

  34. Great post! Very timely too as I currently have most of these paint chips sitting on my counter! We just bought our first house and are excited to redecorate. We’ve picked out Revere Peweter for the north facing rooms and Shoji White for the 2-story west facing foyer. Trim and doors have us a bit stumped which led me to this post. We were thinking Simply White or Pure White to go with both Shoji White and Revere Pewter which leads to my question: can you mix Sherwin and Benjamin on the same wall? Is that weird? Is there a BM equivalent to Shoji White? Another color you’d recommend that could complement both? Thanks so much for all you do!

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      Hi Sarah! I lean a bit more toward Pure White. I love the clean ‘white’ of it and less warmth than Simply White. And yes you can TOTALLY mix brands, I do it ALL the time 😉 The only time you can sometimes see a shift is in the sheen as different brands sheens can be slightly different. Even within a BRAND there’s a change in sheen in each ‘level’ of paint. But with changing depth of colour it won’t be as noticeable 🙂

      ~Kylie

  35. Hi there
    I am desperately trying to find your back splash in your cover photo.
    I have matched all the rest, counters, cupboards and really love this imperfect subway mosaic natural stone tile and the color.
    Could you please provide me with the details. [email protected]
    Thank you!

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  36. I just found your site a couple days ago and am obsessed with it! I don’t have a great eye for color and your videos/articles are very helpful. I am considering painting the main part of my house (hallways, family room, kitchen) in a BM White Dove per someones suggestion. I am looking for a trim to stand out, in the Sherwin Williams family. I am not a fan of yellow so don’t want to bring that out. Will SW Pure White have enough of a contrast if I use it for all trim and doors?

    Thanks in advance for your suggestion!

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      Hi Allyson, you can certainly look at SW Pure White, but truth be told it does have a wee wink of yellow in it. I wonder if you might prefer SW High Reflective White…

  37. Hi Kylie,
    I’ve been reading your blogs for some time and just love all the info you provide. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!

    I have a question about paint for the fireplace in my family room. It is currently painted white down and I have cloud white trim in throughout the house. I’ve recently painted the walls revere pewter and I find the fireplace now looks more yellow. Would white dove be a good choice for the fireplace even though my trim is cloud white? The ceiling is white stucco and hasn’t been painted in years. I don’t want something so white that the ceilings look dingy. The room has northern exposure. Thank you in advance!

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      WEll, it’s tough to mix whites. If it were ME, I would stay consistent and do the fireplace in Cloud White for sure. If you did anything, you could ask them to add 4 ounces of white to it, which would clean it up a bit – but that’s all I’d do…

  38. Didn’t realize my master bathroom vanitie were
    “Off “ white (like on the verge of yellow…)
    What white would be complimentary to shiplap that is behind cabinet?

  39. Hi!! I’m super late finding this article but would love some advice please. We are building a new home and the kitchen cabinets are going to be cloud white. The trim on top of the kitchen cabinets is going to continue as the moulding into dining room. I hope that makes sense. I would keep the same sheen as the cabinets then right? What colour should the walls be then if we’re keeping them “white”? The dining room may have some wainscoting and a wallpaper on top but for the rest of the house (living room is close) what should are white walls be?? Thank you thank you!!

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      Hi Jessie, thank you for your note! Yes, I would keep the trim/cabinets the same colour and sheen for sure! When it comes to personal paint questions, I generally have to guide readers to my E-design packages, so I can take a look at the home and it’s needs/exposures/finishes, otherwise I’m just guessing. Off the top of my head, I’d be inclined to keep the walls Cloud White and let the change in sheen do the work for you! https://www.kylieminteriors.ca/online-decorating-design-services/

      ~KYlie

  40. Hi Kylie,

    I have been reading your articles about whites (a bit too late for me) and have learned so much! We recently moved and I had all my trim, doors and built-ins painted cloud white and my walls painted Manchester Tan. We have lots of earth tones in our house (tan travertine tile, honey oak floors, medium toned cherry cabinets, and black and brown speckled granite) which is why I went with cloud white. I feel that it goes too creamy for my taste in a couple of different areas, especially in our northern lit room. I have tried to deal with it, but it still bothers me. I am considering repainting the trim and built-in in this room. Would you suggest a 50% mix of cloud white or adding 4 ounces of white to a gallon to get a less creamy look?

    Thanks in advance!
    Amy

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      Hi Amy! Without seeing it, it’s just a guess, but maybe switching to BM White Dove would be a smart move!

  41. Hello,
    This is a very helpful article -thank you! I am painting my walls in silver mist by Benjamin Moore. I was planning on doing dove white on all trim, but now I am not sure of I should use a crisper white. Is there a white you would suggest?
    Thank you!!

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  42. Hi Kylie. I am wanting to paint my home in Simply White. Of all the whites I sampled this one works. I have a heard that its eall difficult to use this white to cover other colours. So many people have told me to be prepared to do at least 3 coats. This is whats keeping me from starting to use this colour. This was said by a professional painter. Could you clear this up. Thanking you in advance.

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      Well Ann, I had the exact same issue – I wish I only had to do 3 coats (I went 6)…this colour just doesn’t have enough tint in it to cover well. Make sure that you prime, even 2 coats of primer. And ask the paint store to add 4 ounces of white to the gallon, this BARELY BARELY affects the colour, but it does help with the coverage, as it’s adding tint to the mix…i hope that helps!

  43. Hello Kylie! This is one of the BEST articles I have read about paint color. I built my house 7 years ago and my
    Kitchen cabinets are creamy white. And my walls are Benjamin Moore summer suede. Ugh! Now I wish my cabinets were Simply white. I would like to paint my kitchen walls white. Please help!! I LOVE the greys and Greiges. What paint Color goes best with Cream colored cabinets ???
    Please HELP

    Gail

  44. What paint finish should I use if I paint my trim and walls white dove. It is an east facing room and is in our basement?

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  45. Hello, I would like to know if it will look ok if I paint my walls BM Cloud White and my trim, ceilings doors and crown molding chantilly lace. Will those colours looknok ?

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      Hi Lena, I don’t think I would. Chantilly is pretty darned white/crisp and can even flash a bit cool looking, whereas Cloud White is SO warm. I think they are too far apart…

  46. Hi there! What a great piece this is!!!! I am
    Using white dove on the cabinets,doors and trim
    In a kitchen Reno. Do I also use it on the ceiling?

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      You bet, I would keep it consistent 🙂 you’ll find that the ceilings do shade themselves slightly though, which is only natural 🙂

  47. We just painted our trim and doors cloud white and we are happy with it. I was thinking of painting walls white dove but now I am not so sure after reading your article. Thoughts?

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      Ooo Shelley, I wouldn’t. I would stick with Cloud White walls as well. I just find that Cloud White is a bit warmer and it could make White Dove just look dingy in comparison. Plus, the sheen shift from satin or semigloss trim to matte or eggshell walls will give you a bit of a shift 🙂

  48. Hi Kylie. Great information here. I painted my kitchen cabinets Simply White. I have a large open space… Family room/Kitchen/Dining. Two large columns separating area also painted Simply White. I painted the walls quickly when we moved in BM Cumulus Cloud which has too much blue in it. I have a Theatre Grayish Green Arhaus Sectional. Does not look good with paint color. SHould I continue the Simply WHite Matte on the walls in the entire space or bring it up a bit with Cloud White or White Dove?? I live in a cold climate with a West facing house.

    Thanks Danylle

  49. Hi Kylie,
    You have the best design blog on the whole internet! So informative and generous. I have a question I haven’t seen answered after poring through countless pages and comments, though surely I’m not alone in having this quandary. I’m headed towards a warm white (north-facing) kitchen, but paralyzed by the fact that my windows are standard factory-issue white vinyl. Which is a cold white. Do people just ignore this and go ahead anyway with warmer white trim ( Cloud White/Simply White/White Dove)? The idea is making me twitchy, but I don’t see a way around it without going cold for the whole room, which I really don’t want to do.
    Thank you for any expertise you could share to get me off the bench!
    Karen

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      Well thank you! And yes, at some point we have to let our windows go and embrace what the rest of the space/home needs. If you’re still twitchy, SW Pure White can be a nice balance as it’s not QUITE as warm as the others, but still not stark white by any stretch. I call it ‘like White Dove with a bit less warmth’ :).

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  51. Hi Kylie,

    I am building an open concept cottage with a cathedral shiplap ceiling with very large windows facing the sun all day. I love the white dove and went with that for my kitchen cabinets. I was hesitate to put it throughout that it might be too off white for trims, doors and ceilings so I went with simply white for ceilings (including vaulted ceiling), trim and doors. I am really questioning my decision now, especially where it is open concept so you will see the white dove cabinets against the high shiplap living room ceiling. Nothing has been painted yet. Please help me!!!

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      Hi Laura! Well, if it were me, I wouldn’t mix the two whites and would stick with White Dove. Also Simply White has more yellow in it, although it’s a ‘whiter white’. For a minor adjustment you COULD ask them to add some shots of white to the gallon of White Dove, which does clean it up a wink and improve the coverage. Some stores call them shots, others call them drops, but the idea is that it’s adding approx 4 to the gallon :).

      1. Hi Kylie,

        I did this and had them add 4 ounces to a gallon . Is that the same as “shots”? I hope iI did it right?!🤔😊

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  52. I’m having trouble choosing a white to stain my exterior brick. We want a warmer white but are facing west. Lost of sunlight and I don’t want it to look too stark. We chose a very dark grey for the doors and windows – which will almost look black if there is no black elesewhere on the house….

    I’m hesitating between oc17 and cc40.

    Any thoughts? Once I stain it, it cannot be undone…

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  54. Hey Kylie
    I am building a new house. Not necessarily farmhouse style. I am wanting my cabinets to not be white white but very light. I want my cabinets and trim to be the same and my walls and ceiling to be the same. What would be two light colors i can put together to keep it calm with soft light. House is North facing with all windows across open concept kitchen and den area. Thank you

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      Oh, it can SOOOO depend on the countertops, tiles, etc… but you could check out BM White Dove with Ballet White or SW Pure White with SW White Duck 🙂

  55. Kylie,
    What are you thoughts about Benjamin Moore Mountain peak white? We are painting ceiling and trims with it . As much as I am loving the new warmth, getting a bit nervous if it will look yellow now. Nervous 🙂

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      Hiya~ If it were ME, I would find it a bit too yellow for ceilings and trims and would lean more into BM Oxford White or BM Chantilly Lace even – I also love Simply White if you want a bit more warmth :).

  56. Hello,
    I’m wanting to paint my walls drift of mist. I’m having a hard time picking a color for the trim and my cabinets (island will be painted pepercorn). After reading your posts about painting white on white I’m worried those two colors won’t go together bc of undertones! I was thinking pure white with drift of mist! Do you have a white your would recommend? I’m not wanting a bright white! Something on the softer side, but not yellow!
    Thank you so much!!
    Laura

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      oooo yes, I like the idea of Pure White and Drift of Mist. High Reflective White would be TOO bright for you, but Alabaster would be too yellow ;).

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