The two most popular interior paint colors that have been trending for the last couple of years are off-whites and greige neutrals. I’ve talked a lot about off-whites in my previous videos, but when it comes to greige paint colors, it gets a little more complicated.
Today's color review is Sherwin Williams White Duck; I’m going to show you the undertones of this paint color, why it’s not off-white, and I’m going to give you three tips that you should know about greige paint colors before deciding to paint your home with White Duck or any greige paint color for that matter.
White Duck is greige paint color, but there is an undertone most people are surprised to see, and this is why I always tell my clients to be careful what you see online or in magazines because, in real life, this paint color is a different story.
White Duck has a little gray, and beige mixed together but watch what happens when I compare this paint color with Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace in the video down below.
Now you know the hallmarks of greige paint colors, a greige is cooler than a beige but warmer than gray. Rember to always factor in natural lighting and make sure White Duck pairs perfectly with the undertones and colors of your interior decor and fixed elements. Otherwise, you will run the risk of making a costly mistake, and I don't want that to happen to you.
Here are two light neutral paint colors that I would recommend to check out depending on the type of interior decor and fixed elements you have in your home; Sherwin Williams Shoji White or Sherwin Williams Egret White.
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