This month I'd like to introduce to you Benjamin Moore's "White Wisp"!
She is sassy, classy and a little bit smart-assy.
White Wisp is great for rooms that you want to appear brighter, especially if you already have a lot of natural light in the space.
This white is a warm white, acting almost as a light gray. This isn't generally a white that you would use for trim or moldings, unless you want to make a different type of statement.
She is genuinely a great neutral and won't make your room feel too crisp of stiff.
If you're looking for white that you can use on your walls in rooms that you actually live in, and walls that get touched... try this one in a "flat" finish. It will show the imperfections, but you can easily touch up the grimed up area without even telling there was ever a blemish in the first place. Or second. Or third. :)
I give you, White Wisp!
Until next time,