Today's color review is Sherwin Williams Egret White, and you can find it in the off-white section in the Sherwin Williams collection of colors. This paint color is a prime example of why you need to be careful when you’re selecting an off-white color for your home. It’s a complicated interior paint color, but when you know what you’re doing, it can transform any space almost instantly.
Many people will say it’s an off-white paint color, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. I’m going to show you what makes this paint color so complicated, how it reacts to natural lighting and I’m going to give you some valuable tips you should know.
I always say never pick a paint color by its name because it’s misleading in more ways than one. Egret White is a prime example, and it’s not an off-white. The best part about colors is they never lie because what you see is what you get. Having said that, I want to show you what makes this paint color so complicated in the video below.
Here are some other interior paint colors that you may be interested in checking out if you're looking for a light interior paint color for your home; Sherwin Williams Balanced Beige or Sherwin Williams Kestrel White.
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