5 White Paint Colors to Consider for Your Home

5 White Paint Colors to Consider for Your Home

White paint can be a tricky thing. You want a clean, bright look, but you don’t want it to look like you didn’t put any effort into it. Who knew there could be so many different options for white paint?! But yes, even for white paint colors, each shade and tone gives off different feelings and pairs best with certain lighting. I love using white paint because it’s timeless, it goes with a number of different interior design styles, and you won’t get tired of it. I’ve discovered a few favorite white paints over the years that never steer me wrong, incorporating them into projects time and time again. Let’s get into my favorite white paint colors for your home.

In one of my most recent projects, Camp Roth (much more to come on this!), I knew I wanted to use a white paint color throughout our home. Behr Swiss Coffee is a soft yet balanced white that exudes a peaceful and cozy feeling. You can’t go wrong with it!

Who remembers this midcentury modern home from Season 3, Episode 1 of “HELP! I Wrecked My House”? I chose this Sherwin Williams Snowbound color because it has a slight gray undertone and paired very well with the other gray colors throughout the home (like the transformed fireplace).

As seen in Season 3, Episode 3 of “HELP! I Wrecked My House”, I incorporated Behr Silky White throughout the living room and kitchen walls. This off white color helped keep the space bright and beachy while still being warm and welcoming. It was the perfect neutral white for this home.

Looking back at Season 3, Episode 7 of “HELP! I Wrecked My House”, I really wanted to brighten this front room that was once dark and moody. I used Sherwin Williams Greek Villa to make it happen. It’s a bright white paint that really comes to life in natural life. Paired with the large front windows, this home now has an open and airy feeling as soon as guests walk through the door.

The Sherwin Williams Shoji White paint color I used for my mom’s condo turned out to be the perfect white for this project. It’s a “darker” white so it leans almost towards a greige color. It’s light, cozy, and warm, making it a nice option for any room in a home.


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