Sherwin Williams Whitetail Paint Color Review
Are you looking for a clean off-white that's not creamy like Sherwin Williams Greek Villa but not light like Sherwin Williams Pure White? If so, I recommend checking out Sherwin Williams Whitetail as it could be the perfect warm off-white for your home.
Today I will show the undertone of Sherwin Williams Whitetail so you can see why it's called a warm off-white, and then I'm going to compare Sherwin Williams Whitetail with other warm off-whites so you get a better idea of where this off-white sits in the category of light warm off-white paint colors. Toward the end of the video below I will share with you two applications where I use Sherwin Williams Whitetail the most.
Sherwin Williams Whitetail is a beautiful warm off-white when paired correctly and pairs well with beige, taupe, orange, muted greens, and warm grays. Like I always say please get a paint sample, in this case, Sherwin Williams Whitetail and compare it with your fixed and furnished elements to be sure it pairs correctly. I want you to get this right and not make a costly mistake especially when it comes to selecting the correct kitchen cabinet paint colors. If you need help with kitchen cabinet paint colors, I recommend checking out the One Room Package and select the kitchen cabinet color as the area you need help with or any other add-on to customize your package further.
I recommend watching these two paint color reviews if you want the paint color to be a little warmer than Sherwin Williams Whitetail; Benjamin Moore Cotton Balls Paint Color Review or Benjamin Moore Mountain Peak White Paint Color Review.
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