For some, the most boring and mundane design pallets can be white.
For me, white is classic, timeless, and versatile. Nothing is better than a crisp, white dress shirt for a man.
You can dress it up in a suit or wear it casually with jeans. It is always a classy look that withstands time and provides the ultimate in flexibility. Many times while packing for a trip, I bring extra white shirts to ensure I will be ready for any occasion.
In fact, Benjamin Moore chose Simply White, OC-117 as their 2016 Color of the Year. It works well on ceilings, kitchens, bathrooms, walls, trim, and even exteriors.
I often prefer white walls with a slight warmth to them. This allows for me to showcase art and artifacts with ease. Whether it is a contemporary or traditional space, white walls can highlight the interior architectural elements.
In my opinion, nothing compares to the freshness of white cabinets in a kitchen or bathroom, and it provides a clean, neutral setting to use with natural stone finishes.