Today’s color review is Westhighland White by Sherwin Williams, I’m going to compare it to other colors so you can get a better idea of how this color works and I’m going to show you why it’s essential to compare Westhighland White with both your fixed and furnished items that you may have in your home.
Finding the right white paint color is complicated, and it’s a lot harder than you may think. White paint colors can have a little yellow, pink, blue, greige, cream, and more. However, there is another group of whites called off-whites where there is a touch of color but at the same time not enough color where it has a definite undertone. I know that sounds complicated, but the best way to explain it is to watch the video down below.
Every white paint color has it places when it comes to pairing it perfectly with both the interior décor and fixed elements that you may have in your home. Westhighland White is not any different, and that's why I want you to compare this interior paint color before making the jump to paint your room with this white paint color.
Westhighland White is a versatile off-white paint color that can be used for your interior trims, wall, ceiling and exterior applications. You need to be careful about pairing it correctly. The last thing I want you to do is to make a costly mistake.
There are so many different white paint colors, and I encourage you to explore your options in either Sherwin Williams or Benjamin Moore paint brands. I have several videos where I talk about different white interior paints such as; Benjamin Moore White Dove vs. Simply White, Sherwin Williams Greek Villa or Sherwin Williams Snowbound, to name a few.
If you need help finding the perfect paint color for your home and you want it to be professionally done, then you should find out how I can help you right here. I will show you how I can help you with any of my online packages regardless of where you live in North America.