The 20 Best White Paints, According to Top Interior Designers

They might be from the same color family, but they're oh-so different.

White paint can make or break a room, so we looked to the pros to tell us everything we need to know about the best shades.

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"It seldom fails me, no matter where in the country I use it. It doesn't break green or pink. When held up against pure white it has an off-white or greige appearance, but on its own, it holds up as true white — but with a little more body." —

, Farrow & Ball

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"It's like a good friend. Easy to be around, dependable and it makes you and all the things around you look terrific. It stays consistent in any light, but in the afternoon, it can really make a room feel like it's glowing." —

, C2 Paint

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"White is not a shy color — it makes everything placed in its path come forward. And Cotton by C2 is the softest of whites, with a touch of yellow as its undertone. It's the perfect backdrop to enhance wood, and I especially love it in bedrooms. It makes skin sparkle." —

, Valspar

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"Getting white paint right can be a daunting proposition. Your best bet is a kinder, warmer white that has just a hint of gray or beige in it. Honeymilk is a soft white that's great for walls. I've used it in a gazillion rooms and have never been disappointed." —

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"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." —

, Farrow & Ball

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"It's a white with character, and it's anything but sterile. Great White works best in natural light, particularly in the morning when fresh, warm tones peek in. Throughout the day, it changes color ever so slightly — from white to not-quite-gray." —

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"I love this white for ceilings and woodwork or in any room where I want a bright, clean white. It works well in all applications and with every kind of light source. Some whites can be cold and slightly blue, while others can have a creamy, yellow tone, but Decorator's White is a true white that is both warm and modern." —

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"I use Paper White in kitchens and bathrooms because it melds the grays of Carrara marble and the stark white of sinks and toilets." —

, Farrow & Ball

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"This is the perfect ivory for almost every setting — not too bright and not too creamy. We're all about striking that balance. It's proven itself in both a sun-drenched farmhouse living room and a one-windowed New York City bedroom." — Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham of

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"It's a tinted white with a hint of gray-green, but it reads as bright white. I like to use it on the trim for cool-colored walls. I use quite a bit of wall coverings in hemp cloth and other natural materials. White Wisp as a trim makes many of these papers look crisp." —

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"I discovered my favorite, Huntington White, through much trial and error while working on my line of paint for Benjamin Moore. It's pleasingly chameleon-like. It saturates and radiates consistently, where many whites are inconsistent and change appearance during different times of day." —

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"It's the most pure expression of white with no color undertones. It reminds me of the galleries at the Gagosian Gallery. What I love about this color is that it makes your furnishings stand out like a piece of art." —

, Farrow & Ball

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"What I love about the Farrow & Ball Wimborne White is that it is a beautiful shade of white that has depth and dimension. Using it in high gloss achieves a very chic and modern look without using a real lacquer." —

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"I love Winter Orchard because it has a super subtle tinge of gray in it, so it works with every color." —

, Dunn Edwards

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"There should be one cozy room, such as the living room, in every home. In this type of space, I like to use white paint as the backdrop for an amazing collection of art, which brings a pop of color. For me, the perfect shade of white, like this one from Dunn Edwards, isn't too yellow or too pink." —

, Farrow & Ball

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"Slipper Satin is my go to for 'fleshing up' more traditional rooms, as it is calming and gives a sense of ease and serenity. It is inviting and cozy, yet also works well on more architectural houses punctuating the accoutrements." —

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"White Dove has a creamy undertone that brings a lovely warmth to homes in urban environments or those in climates that often experience gray and overcast skies. Meanwhile, in more traditional settings, White Dove reads as a crisp white without being too cold or modern." —

, Dunn Edwards

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"The classic warm white complements any interior then, now and forever. Ultra-premium paint from the DE Everest collection gives clients low-odor, zero-VOC finishes that are durable and contribute to good indoor air quality." —

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"Acadia White by Benjamin Moore is my go-to Goldilocks. Not too warm, not too cool, but just right. It's the perfect creamy off-white." —

, Benjamin Moore

best white paints
Megan Tatem

"Lace is crisp and bright while having enough depth to avoid a sterile look. It's a white on the cold side but able to bring in warm tones as well — excellent when used where modern and traditional meet." —

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