Benjamin Moore’s Ballet White is the color we painted quite a few of the rooms in our home during our renovation – including the entry, living room, dining room, kitchen, hallway, guest bedroom and master bedroom. Today, I’m going to share why Ballet White is such a great paint color to use if you want a neutral color for your walls.
Benjamin Moore’s Ballet White
Despite it’s name, Ballet White is not really a white color. It is a very light cream color that has yellow in it, but also brown and gray. It will change colors during the day as the natural light changes.
When it’s a sunny day, more of the yellow tones will show up.
On a cloudy day, it will show more of it’s gray tones.
Why do I think that Ballet White is the perfect neutral paint color?
When I was picking paint colors for our home, I wanted a very light, neutral, paint color that would look good on it’s own. The paint color also needed to allow the bright colors in the room to pop.
That’s why Ballet White is such a great neutral paint color – it looks good with any other colors. Whether it’s day or night, sunny or cloudy, it ALWAYS looks good!
I didn’t want a paint color that had a lot of gray in it. I like gray, but I think gray walls can look very cold. I wanted a paint color with a little more warmth to it, but not too yellow.
Ballet White looks great in a hallway too.
It also looks good with the pinks and white that I used in our guest bedroom. (Also known as our granddaughter’s room.)
This is Ballet White on our hall bathroom walls. There’s no natural light in this bathroom, but the walls still look good with light from the light fixtures.
So, if you want a good neutral paint color for your walls, that will go with everything and always look great, I highly recommend Ballet White!
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