There are thousands of white paint colors you have the option to choose from, but that would be incredibly overwhelming. In this post, I have examples of the most popular Benjamin Moore white paint colors. I’m only focusing on Benjamin Moore because that’s the product line that I’m most familiar with.
If you’re not familiar with my blog, you should know that I was a paint department manger for almost 5 years. During that time, it became apparent that I was mixing the same colors, over and over again and that’s why I’ve listed these particular colors. To browse all of my paint color posts, click here.
White dove is by far the most popular white paint color by Benjamin Moore. It’s a subtle white with the slightest hint of gray. It’s perfect for trim, cabinets and doors. This is a safe ‘go-to’ color if you’re struggling to find the right white. LRV of 85.
Linen white a creamy off white with just a hint of yellow/brown undertones. It doesn’t look stark white, and hides dirt pretty well. This is definitely the best selling off white paint color by Benjamin Moore. It has an LRV of 82.
Simply White was Benjamin Moore’s 2016 color of the year. This color has yellow undertones, but not enough to overpower the white. It’s most popular on trim and kitchen cabinets. If you’re looking for a color in between off white, and stark white, this would be a good option. It has an LRV of 91.
Navajo white is a subtle off-white with a hint of yellow undertones. It has an LRV of 79, making it a color that will reflect a lot of light making the room feel bigger and brighter.