Linen all around?
I am pretty good with architectural decisions, but really bad with decorating decisions. We are restoring a very cool old home (New England, c 1773 with multi additions in the 1800s) and I am looking for a very classic color to run throughout the rather large sized house on interior trim and walls (entry, upstairs and downstairs halls, living room, kitchen and trim in many of the other rooms). I will use some of the BM historic colors in bedrooms (eg. Windham cream), the dining room (a BM HC gold), and family room (BM HC Kittery Point?). Has anyone used BM Linen White in large sections of their house and been really happy with it? I had White Dove throughout my prior antique home and it was too white. Any other suggestions for a 'mainstay' cream color in a classic colonial (Georgian/Greek Revival styles in the interior)?