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

BENJAMIN MOORE WHITE DOVE OC-17: "The one color that people consistently pick for moldings and windows is White Dove. It has the softness of alabaster, with a little gray and a little yellow. For long-term livability, what helps is that yellow cast. Put it up against other colors and you'll see how well it works. It's practically universal." -Doty Horn    - HouseBeautiful.com

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BENJAMIN MOORE WHITE DOVE OC-17: "The one color that people consistently pick for moldings and windows is White Dove. It has the softness of alabaster, with a little gray and a little yellow. For long-term livability, what helps is that yellow cast. Put it up against other colors and you'll see how well it works. It's practically universal." -Doty Horn - HouseBeautiful.com

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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

Paint Best Sellers

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

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS DOVER WHITE SW6385: "Our most popular color is 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    - HouseBeautiful.com

Paint Best Sellers

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS DOVER WHITE SW6385: "Our most popular color is 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 - HouseBeautiful.com

FARROW & BALL POINTING 2003: "Pointing is our number-one best seller. It's named after the color of lime pointing in traditional brickwork and has a little yellowy warmth to it, which is why people love it. You can put it with pretty much anything — red, green, yellow, blue. Or it looks great in combination with other whites, to bring out shadow and depth in a monochromatic scheme." -Sarah Cole    - HouseBeautiful.com

Paint Best Sellers

FARROW & BALL POINTING 2003: "Pointing is our number-one best seller. It's named after the color of lime pointing in traditional brickwork and has a little yellowy warmth to it, which is why people love it. You can put it with pretty much anything — red, green, yellow, blue. Or it looks great in combination with other whites, to bring out shadow and depth in a monochromatic scheme." -Sarah Cole - HouseBeautiful.com

PRATT & LAMBERT DESIGNER WHITE 33-1: "Designer White is a very clean, bright white that will reflect any and all light. Often, people who don't want a lot of color use an off-white on the walls, with Designer White on the trim. It's a nice contrast, but sometimes it's not enough. If you want a little more impact, pair Designer White with tan or beige walls." -Peggy Van Allen    - HouseBeautiful.com

Paint Best Sellers

PRATT & LAMBERT DESIGNER WHITE 33-1: "Designer White is a very clean, bright white that will reflect any and all light. Often, people who don't want a lot of color use an off-white on the walls, with Designer White on the trim. It's a nice contrast, but sometimes it's not enough. If you want a little more impact, pair Designer White with tan or beige walls." -Peggy Van Allen - HouseBeautiful.com

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What colors sell best? Most would probably make it onto your own list, but a few might surprise you. See which paints are the best sellers. - HouseBeautiful.com

BENJAMIN MOORE PALE VISTA 2029-60: "I use spring green as a neutral. It's the color of buds and bulbs popping out of the ground after a long winter — a reassuring color, great in a bedroom. The coolness is therapeutic." -Jeffrey Bilhuber

Colors in Neutral

BENJAMIN MOORE PALE VISTA 2029-60: "I use spring green as a neutral. It's the color of buds and bulbs popping out of the ground after a long winter — a reassuring color, great in a bedroom. The coolness is therapeutic." -Jeffrey Bilhuber

PANTONE PRISTINE 11-0606TPX: "This is not a stark, clinical white. It's more comfortable and soothing, like a scoop of vanilla ice cream. White is the perfect blank canvas. It can look clean and modern or romantic and ethereal, depending on what you put with it. It's not just a summer color anymore in fashion, and we're seeing it in all kinds of fabrics and finishes for the home." -Lisa Herbert    - HouseBeautiful.com

Paint Best Sellers

PANTONE PRISTINE 11-0606TPX: "This is not a stark, clinical white. It's more comfortable and soothing, like a scoop of vanilla ice cream. White is the perfect blank canvas. It can look clean and modern or romantic and ethereal, depending on what you put with it. It's not just a summer color anymore in fashion, and we're seeing it in all kinds of fabrics and finishes for the home." -Lisa Herbert - HouseBeautiful.com

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