I love the look of a light buttery room. This one takes the cake. Farrow and Ball’s Tallow 203. It adds a just a hint of warm color, while allowing the party take off from other pieces in your room….
“After we bought the place we were flying up from Florida to Atlanta, and as we came through the clouds I said, ‘This is what I want to wake up to every morning, a feeling of lightness and airiness, like we’re floating on a meringue.’ Polished woods and shots of gold — the gilt of a picture frame, the dull brass of a chandelier — warm the palette up and bring it to life.” , stated Phoebe Howard on her light and airy office painted in Farrow & Ball Clunch No. 2009. I can’t agree more. It might just be the perfect neutral.
Lily of the Valley, Benjamin Moore’s 905, doesn’t sounds like a paint name, but it’s a great one for those of you looking for a very warm cream. States designer Alessandra Branca in Elle Decor, “I found this color more than 20 years ago when I wanted a really great, warm white for trim, and it has been my standby ever since. It works well in rooms that get a lot of light and also in those that need it. I especially love this color for kitchens because it is warmer than your typical kitchen white.” And who wants to be typical?