I interrupt our farmhouse makeover for an important message. I didn’t think I would ever be re-visiting our last home any time soon here on the blog, but I forgot to address something before we left & I still get this question every single day & I owe it to you all to fill you in on this FAQ. As many of you have probably experienced, picking out white paint is the hardest thing to do. I mean, there are so many whites. Some with yellow undertones, pink undertones, brown undertones, blue undertones, warm undertones, cool undertones, & the list goes on. I want to do everything in my power to help share my tips, my inspiration, & my knowledge with you guys here on the blog so today is the day I reveal the color that our whole last house was painted. Yes, every single wall & every piece of trim in our last house was painted this color….
I could keep going, but you get the point. You guessed it! Seriously.. the our whole last house was Benjamin Moore white dove. We always had it mixed in the Behr Marquee paint, but this color was my “go to”. It worked with our rustic vibe of our house & added that quaint modern farmhouse look. White dove wasn’t too yellow, gray, blue, or pink & that was even better. Our walls were in satin white dove & our trim was semi-gloss white dove. When anyone ever asks for help picking whites this one is always in the mix I recommend so I wanted to extend that on to you guys in case you were looking for the perfect farmhouse white as well. I hope this posts helps & that it answers a lot of your questions you had about the paint colors in our last home. In our new farmhouse we are actually using different whites & I’m so excited to share those with you too! Stay tuned & follow along with our 1800’s farmhouse renovation [here]. Also be sure to follow me on Facebook & Instagram to see behind the scenes. xx
See the post below to see what color we decided to paint our new farmhouse…
Click [here] to see more farmhouse whites & what one we chose for our exterior.