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Our Favourite White Paint Colours for Your Home
White paint colours are not all created equal and each has it’s own impact! There are so many options in undertones, finishes and tones that choosing the perfect shade isn’t always easy. The question we get asked most consistently on social media is “What is the best white paint colour?” so we thought it was […]

White paint colours are not all created equal and each has it’s own impact! There are so many options in undertones, finishes and tones that choosing the perfect shade isn’t always easy. The question we get asked most consistently on social media is “What is the best white paint colour?” so we thought it was time to share!

After using almost every shade around we have narrowed down our top 3 favourite shades of white. How do we know they are our favourite? Because we chose to use them in our own homes!

Dulux Casper White Quarter: Anna’s Bathroom

Anna has an old home with a modern take on Art Deco style. She captured the walnut toned timber and soft warmth of the rest of the home in her recent bathroom renovation. This paint colour is a soft neutral off-white. It features the perfect amount of warmth with just a subtle green undertone which stops it feeling too yellow, and is the perfect calming white for a modern or classic home.

Dulux Lexicon Half: Brian’s Kitchen

Brian was searching a crisp modern white to brighten up his old cottage. Lexicon Half is a cool toned white with a hint of grey, offering a sharp contrast to the rich timber floors and black benchtops of this kitchen. If you’re looking for a bright white with minimal undertone, Lexicon Half will be a great option to give you light while still maintaining enough coverage to keep your painter happy!

Dulux White Century: Brooke’s Kitchen

Brooke designed a new home with an organic mid-century inspired style, featuring grey, timber and touches of black. She used White Century to create a creamy-grey wall tone, providing a soft and calming backdrop. We feel this shade is perfect for a home with lots of natural light.

Your next step

See a colour you want to try? Make sure you grab a sample pot from your local hardware store. Paint it on a large card or board so you can hold it up in different areas of your home, and at different times of day to see how the colour plays with the light and other materials you’re using.