PITTSBURGH PAINTS CRUMB COOKIE 217-1: "There was a period when people liked white with a tinge of blue and thought it looked really clean. Now they're moving toward something a little warmer. This is a nice creamy white. The root of it is quite peachy, which means it goes well with yellows and greens. It's a classic color that goes across all genres and would work equally well in a traditional or a contemporary setting." -Josette Buisson    - HouseBeautiful.com

PITTSBURGH PAINTS CRUMB COOKIE 217-1: "There was a period when people liked white with a tinge of blue and thought it looked really clean. Now they're moving toward something a little warmer. This is a nice creamy white. The root of it is quite peachy, which means it goes well with yellows and greens. It's a classic color that goes across all genres and would work equally well in a traditional or a contemporary setting." -Josette Buisson - HouseBeautiful.com

FINE PAINTS OF EUROPE CLASSIC EUROPEAN ENAMEL WHITE 0001: "It's the purest white, with white pigment only — 100% titanium dioxide. Not toned in any direction. It's an artist's white, a finer white, with more luminosity. When you see it, you go, Wow! It's as if you have never really seen white before. I think a lot of people use this in high gloss on their trim, and in matte acrylic on the ceiling." -Emmet Fiore   - HouseBeautiful.com

FINE PAINTS OF EUROPE CLASSIC EUROPEAN ENAMEL WHITE 0001: "It's the purest white, with white pigment only — 100% titanium dioxide. Not toned in any direction. It's an artist's white, a finer white, with more luminosity. When you see it, you go, Wow! It's as if you have never really seen white before. I think a lot of people use this in high gloss on their trim, and in matte acrylic on the ceiling." -Emmet Fiore - HouseBeautiful.com

BEHR SWISS COFFEE 1812: "You know how Navajo White was big in the 1970s? Now it's Swiss Coffee — lighter, more airy, an off-white with subtle taupe undertones. It's really popular for trim because it has that little bit of color, which means it blends easily with colored walls. Bright white can be too intense. This is so much better alongside the muted, more sophisticated shades." -Quinn Larson

BEHR SWISS COFFEE 1812: "You know how Navajo White was big in the 1970s? Now it's Swiss Coffee — lighter, more airy, an off-white with subtle taupe undertones. It's really popular for trim because it has that little bit of color, which means it blends easily with colored walls. Bright white can be too intense. This is so much better alongside the muted, more sophisticated shades." -Quinn Larson

BEHR SWISS COFFEE 1812: "You know how Navajo White was big in the 1970s? Now it's Swiss Coffee — lighter, more airy, an off-white with subtle taupe undertones. It's really popular for trim because it has that little bit of color, which means it blends easily with colored walls. Bright white can be too intense. This is so much better alongside the muted, more sophisticated shades." -Quinn Larson    - HouseBeautiful.com

BEHR SWISS COFFEE 1812: "You know how Navajo White was big in the 1970s? Now it's Swiss Coffee — lighter, more airy, an off-white with subtle taupe undertones. It's really popular for trim because it has that little bit of color, which means it blends easily with colored walls. Bright white can be too intense. This is so much better alongside the muted, more sophisticated shades." -Quinn Larson - HouseBeautiful.com

"Nothing is more soothing in a bedroom than this celestial blue. Pretty and fresh, it looks beautiful paired with virtually any color. I would put soft floral prints by Robert Kime or Bennison on the furniture. The room would feel like a garden, with the walls becoming the sky." —Allison Caccoma Benjamin Moore Regal Harbor Haze 2136-60   - HouseBeautiful.com

"Nothing is more soothing in a bedroom than this celestial blue. Pretty and fresh, it looks beautiful paired with virtually any color. I would put soft floral prints by Robert Kime or Bennison on the furniture. The room would feel like a garden, with the walls becoming the sky." —Allison Caccoma Benjamin Moore Regal Harbor Haze 2136-60 - HouseBeautiful.com

"A blackened gray, this dark, somewhat mysterious shade takes its color cue from the stars' dark, impenetrable backdrop." Benjamin Moore Nightfall 1596

"A blackened gray, this dark, somewhat mysterious shade takes its color cue from the stars' dark, impenetrable backdrop." Benjamin Moore Nightfall 1596

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