Today's color review is Benjamin Moore Glacier White and I’m going to show you what makes this paint color so unique by comparing it to other paint colors and what you need to know about Glacier White before deciding if it's the right paint color for your home.
Please don’t make a decision about any interior paint color based on what you see on a fan deck because it’s completely different when you paint it on your wall. Benjamin Moore Glacier White is a prime example on why paint chips are misleading and there is an undertone underneath this paint color that will play a critical role if this paint color will or will not work in your space. Watch what happens when I compare Benjamin Moore Glacier White with Benjamin Moore Super White in the video down below.
Benjamin Moore Glacier White is a chameleon, and it will fluctuate in color in different areas of your home depending on which direction your room is facing (north, south, west or east). If you’re thinking of painting this paint color in a room that doesn’t receive a lot of natural lighting, or in a north facing room then I would be careful because it may look dingy or muted depending on what colors and undertones you have in your home.
If you're looking for a light interior paint color that isn't white then this could be the right interior paint color for your home. I recommend that you review Sherwin Williams Oyster White or Benjamin Moore China White.
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