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Pure White is an incredibly popular color for trim since it works well alongside all paint colors. It’s a neutral white that doesn’t feel stark or cold, ranking as an 84 on the LRV scale.
Any time a color is called “extra” white, there’s usually a blue undertone that will give it that super super white effect. Extra White can read a little cold in a north facing room but will be really bright and clean in rooms with warmer light.
With a LRV of 90.04, this is a bright, neutral white. Chantilly Lace is a pure white color without any prominent undertones of gray, beige, or yellow.
Now, if you’re on the hunt for warmer whites, Simply White by Benjamin Moore might just do the trick. Leading in popularity for cabinet door colors, this is decidedly warmer with a slight yellow undertone that makes it warmer than your basic white.
Benjamin Moore’s Decorator’s White is a very popular, clean white. It’s not overly bright, thanks to its slight gray undertone.
This guy is white. Very white. It’s pretty neutral with no real undertone. If you want a bright white that doesn’t lean towards either cool or gray, this is a very safe choice!
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