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Although it is slightly less bright than its namesake, Milk is an excellent choice of white if you want an option with more subtle undertones than most on the list. This one has a bit of warm yellow (as evidenced by its CMYK values), but it’s tempered by the barest hint of cyan. It’s a good choice if you’re looking for a warmish shade of off-white. This is another warm, buttery white shade with sandy brown undertones. The relatively equal proportions of red and green help create its brownish hue, and its high proportion of yellow makes it look relatively warm. Benjamin Moore’s Super White tends to have very soft blue and gray undertones. The blue and gray in Super White is very passive though. It is evident when you compare it to a sheet of white paper, or something else that is completely white. When you think of the color white, one very specific shade probably stands out in your mind: one that is pure and crisp, with no other hues or colors sneaking their way in. In reality, there are just as many shades of white as there are other colors. Though some of these seem closer to yellow, brown, or even orange, they’re categorized as white, at least for graphics and web design. Overall though, Super White can be paired with most shades. Super White is especially great with greens, blues and purples. It also can work with brighter reds, oranges or yellows.

Because Super White has a slight cool approach, it does have preferences when it comes to its paint partners, such as…

Natural White is a beautiful choice of color if you want a warm white that is not especially saturated. It has brownish-red undertones. As you can see in its CMYK values, it has just a touch of magenta with slightly more yellow. It’s been said that adding an extra touch of blue or green to white can make it look even brighter, and that seems to be the case with Bright White. This color looks a little like a very dilute powder blue, and it’s especially soothing to have as a wall color. Super White paint color has the number PM-1 and OC-152. PM means it is part of Benjamin Moore’s “Premium Mix” collection. Because it is a white paint color, Benjamin Moore also features it in their “Off White” collection, and has given it a corresponding OC number. You may have guessed it from the name, but Ceramic is a very pale white color. It’s ideal if you’ve found most colors on the list to be too far away from pure white. The small amount of cyan and yellow present give it a faintly blue-green glow. One detail to note is that quartzite is not quartz (an engineered stone). In contrast to what we commonly call ‘quartz’, quartzite’s patterns are 100% natural and contain no additives, colourings or resins, making them an excellent sustainable worktop choice.

True to its name, Commercial White is well-suited to business spaces and signage. It has a serious, stoic look with just a touch of warmth thanks to its portion of yellow. It also has more red than green or blue, so it does seem to have just enough energy. This is a bit of a controversial one, and possibly a step too far for some (me included, most of the time), but if you want to get rid of a bit more of that yellow butter colour, then just reduce the butter content down and add in some shortening instead. And if you’re thinking of color matching between brands (ie: getting Benjamin Moore to make a Sherwin Williams paint color), you might want to read THIS first. What type of paint colors look good with Super White? If you’re looking for super bright lights that’ll not only improve road safety but make your vehicle stand out from the crowd, the W21/5W 580 7443 Dual Filament Super White Xenon Effect Light Bulbs could be just what you need. Made from the highest-quality blue glass to help produce a vibrant white light, these Car Wedge Bulbs are designed to last and suitable for DRL/sidelight indicator lights. Like vanilla, flax has also been in use as a color since the early 1900’s. This off-white color is almost golden in hue, shimmering in the sun as the light glints off it. The color is based off the flax plant, a pale golden crop that grows in fields and waves in the wind. The color is subtle but striking, the gold almost reminding one of a crown fit for royalty.

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Though it looks almost like pure white at first glance, Orange White does appear to have a slight hint of orange that comes from its red and yellow values. This shade looks a good bit like its namesake. It has a bit of a golden-brown undertone, but it’s still pale enough to be considered a shade of white. It’s an excellent choice if you’d like a slightly tinted white that’s brownish instead of grayish. True to its name, Decorator’s White is a shade that works nicely in a range of design schemes. It’s a very middle-of-the-road white in a good way. It’s not too gray, too blue, or too yellow. This color is an understated one that still manages to be elegant. In a room, Super White will feel clean and perhaps even a little stark. This look lends itself well to a minimalistic, Scandinavian, farmhouse or industrial look.

Antique white is mostly a color created just for the world wide web. When the creators of this color thought this up, they were likely thinking of thrift stores, old china dishes and pottery, or even an old antique sewing machine. This color is less pure than regular white, having an aged, slightly yellow look to it with just a hint of gray that almost resembles dust. Appropriately, Stone White is just about the color of white quartz or very pale sandstone. If you prefer a very pale neutral that still has some element of warmth, it’s a great choice. Don’t expect to see a lot of blue or gray in it – expect Super White to look white when you paint it on your walls, trim or exterior. Super White LRV Ivory has been in use as a color name for more than half a millennia. Named after the substance that animal teeth and tusks are composed from, this just slightly yellowed white is a simple yet beautiful shade of white that can give a work of art stunning color contrast that turns heads. It is often considered a pure color, great for creating the mirage of natural light.

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This yellowish shade of white looks like a diluted version of the blooms of its namesake, the pomelo plant. The pomelo, which is the large fruit of the pomelo plant, is widely considered to be the ancestor of the grapefruit, and it is still used in southeast Asia. Interestingly enough, its scientific name means “biggest citrus.” This is one of the whites on the list that has great historical significance. Anti-Flash White has historically been used on nuclear bomb-dropping aircraft. This particular shade helps reflect the radiation that happens after a nuclear blast. Thermal radiation has the potential to severely damage aircraft and harm the people inside, and Anti-Flash White is meant to help prevent some of that damage. Earlier, we discussed that Super White has blue and gray undertones. This means that Super White is a cool white paint color. It isn’t drastically cool, and it isn’t a blue-ish white in my opinion, but it definitely leans cool. What Number is Super White? This shade of white is very similar to that of eggshell. It is creamy and pale, a tannish yellow hue tinting the white. The color is more popular overseas but can often be spotted in public via siding on quaint homes. The hue has notable differences from that of plain white. This creamy white shade, named after the popular coffee additive, is one of the warmest white shades on the list. Notably, if you look at its CMYK values, all colors except for yellow have a value of zero. Despite its relative paleness, it’s one of the higher-energy shades of white on the list.

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