JENNA KATE AT HOME
It’s a great choice for walls because it doesn’t feel cold, but also an excellent choice for kitchen cabinets.
Alabaster has an LRV of 82, making it a white paint color, but one that feels like it’s closer to an off-white.
It technically has yellow undertones, but not so much that it will look bright yellow, thanks to a neutral base that cools it down just enough.
Alabaster is warm paint color but it does have a slightly gray base that stops it from feeling too yellow.
If you have no intentions of painting your walls white and instead just want to paint your trim with Alabaster, go ahead, just know that it pairs best with warm wall color.
The higher sheen will reflect more light, making the color appear lighter, but you don’t have to worry about any weird undertones coming out.
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