American RevivalTraditional Kitchen, DC Metro
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How to embrace easygoing off-white. Warmer and more welcoming than stark white, this creamy hue is easy to work with — and also happens to be right on-trend, with both Benjamin Moore and Glidden choosing off-white as their “color of the year” for 2016.Tips:Use off-white to warm up a white kitchen — it’s more forgiving than clear or cool-toned white.Pair creamy off-white with a range of other neutrals like gray and brown for a rich, timeless look.Play up interesting architectural details by painting an entire room in crisp off-white.Guide: Color of the Year: Off-White Is On-Trend for 2016Cabinet paint color: Simply White, Benjamin Moore
I tend to be drawn to colorful interiors but can still appreciate an all-white space that’s done well, such as this kitchen. The cabinets, painted in Benjamin Moore’s Simply White, are simply beautiful. Benjamin Moore has been slowly but surely moving toward softer and lighter hues with its “color of the year” selections. In 2014, Benjamin Moore’s pick was the subtle sky blue Breath of Fresh Air, and last year, it chose the light and neutral Guilford Green. Simply White is perhaps the next logical choice in Benjamin Moore’s evolution toward barely there, wispy hues. Unlike color management company Pantone’s recent selections, these shades are soft and neutral enough to be used generously in a space, rather than as a small accent only.