White wall paint
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS DOVER WHITE SW6385 a very soft, warm, inviting white. It doesn't really matter what part of the country you're in — this always works. It has none of that icy coolness and pairs nicely with yellows, greens, reds, blues, and those new shades of plum and purple. As people see and collect more stuff, I think they want those items to be the focus in a room. That's why they keep coming back to white walls. -Rebecca Spak
Lily of the Valley, 905, Benjamin Moore. I found this color more than 20 years ago when I wanted a really great, warm white for trim, and it has been my standby ever since. It works well in rooms that get a lot of light and also in those that need it. I especially love this color for kitchens because it is warmer than your typical kitchen white. This shade adds a subtle, sunny glow to a kitchen or transitional space.
Blame it on the Scandinavian fascination in the design world, maybe, but white walls have never been more in demand. Peruse your Pinterest boards, and chances are, a great majority of the rooms you've pinned have white walls. With so many slight variations in the delicate color, it can be nearly impossible to settle on the right shade, but fear not; we've taken the guess work out of the whole process for you. Here are 12 designer-favorite, no-fail white paint colors.