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Go-to Sherwin Williams neutral, clean, bright paint color?

Posted by livingreen2013 (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 4, 12 at 1:06

We are building a house and looking for a good, neutral creamy paint color by Sherwin Wiliams. The color will need to be transitional for multiple connecting areas of the house- the foyer, stairway, great room and hallways. We will be doing dove white trim with it. Any suggestions for a fool-proof color that doesn't have much for pink or green undertones? Just a nice, light, creamy color? Any advice and especially photos would be greatly appreciated! Thank you so much in advance!!


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RE: Go-to Sherwin Williams neutral, clean, bright paint color?

kerstal white turned out beautiful for me in 2 bedrooms.
I had dove white as the trim.

I will try to snap some pictures later tonight. work calls now!


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RE: Go-to Sherwin Williams neutral, clean, bright paint color?

When someone asks this question, the first thought that comes to mind is Loribee's Standish White. But it is Benjamin Moore, not SW. Do a search for her rooms.

Her rooms seem to have a nice soft creamy glow if that makes sense and she can use lots of colors in her accessories. I have never seen the color IRL.


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