Benjamin Moore: White Dove
This is a color that I mix for my customers on a daily basis. It’s a nice, subtle white that’s not too stark or creamy. It has the slightest hint of gray, but can be paired with any color. Most of my customers prefer to use this color for trim, cabinets or doors.
Also known as White Dove PM-19. Unerring style defines this classic, softly shaded white. Light and luminous, it is a favorite choice for moldings and trim.
Benjamin Moore: Chantilly Lace
As delicate and refined as the lace it was named after, this crisp, clean white evokes images of pure silk, soft linen and simpler times.
Benjamin Moore: Linen White
A decorator favorite, this light, creamy off-white is a never-fail neutral for walls, trim, doors and ceilings. As clean and comfortable as fresh linen, it relies on a yellow undertone for added warmth.
Benjamin Moore: Acadia White
Also known as Ivory White 925. This color is part of America’s Colors. A concise collection of soft neutrals features a snapshot in color of America’s most popular, well-traveled regions. Geographically inspired with tones that are welcoming, America’s Colors’ palette of 42 subtle colors delivers a collection ranging from the pale gray tones of our beautiful coastlines to the rich, clay earthtones of the Southwest desert.
Benjamin Moore: Simply White
2016 Color of the Year. Fresh as the first snowfall, this clean, crisp, multi-purpose white is a perennial favorite for trim, ceilings, and walls. Also known as 2143-70.
Benjamin Moore: Snowfall White
As crisp and clean as winter’s first snow, this mellow, restful white adds radiant warmth to any space.