JENNA KATE AT HOME
As the name suggests, Extra White (SW 7006) is one of Sherwin Williams’ brightest whites.
With an LRV of 86, it’s pretty white, with only one other color, High Reflective White, being brighter (it has an LRV of 93).
Like all white paint colors, Extra White has its own unique undertones. Extra White is a very bright white with a slight gray undertone.
Extra White is most commonly used for trim and ceilings, but I have seen it used on interior walls, too. If you favor a cool-toned color palette, you can use Extra White for the walls in different rooms of your home.
Extra White is also a great exterior paint color. While our siding came in a factory-finish white, Extra White is a perfect match (I know because I painted the trim around the front door and it matches perfectly!).
Extra White is only a bit brighter than Pure White, with an LRV of (86), although it comes across as brighter because it’s a purer white, with slight blue undertones.
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