How To Use Sherwin Williams Alabaster In Your Bedroom
So many people all across North America want to paint their home white, Alabaster paint color is popular, but a lot of people are surprised what happens after they paint their bedroom with this paint color. I’ve had the privilege to work with many clients using this color for their bedrooms. However, you need to be careful about how you use this color, and it’s not a good fit for every home.
Today I’m going to share with you how to use Alabaster in your bedroom, as your room décor color expert I’m going tell you what you need to know about this beautiful paint color and some essential tips you should follow before you decide to paint your bedroom in this color.
Alabaster is an off-white, it’s not a creamy white, but it does have a hint of yellow. This is what makes it a warm off-white paint color. Let's take a closer look at this beautiful paint color in the video down below.
I’m cautious about recommending any white paint color to a bedroom because you need the right color type of interior décor and lighting to make it happen as I explained in the video.
When you paint a room with Alabaster that doesn't get enough natural lighting it will make your walls look flat, you will see a slight yellow hue and even a light gray in the shadows of your bedroom.
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