Me & hubby are building a small house..... What's best paint color ?

What's the best paint color for the interior ( living room and dining area that will be connected ?) thinking of a farmhouse white but any best shades of white that is better to use? Will have white trim......
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  • Chicabunny Chicabunny on May 28, 2017
    Sherwin Williams makes a porcelain white looks fab! And do white white color for your trim

  • Dell Marie Lamb Dell Marie Lamb on May 28, 2017
    White......semi white but no yellow in it......

  • Judy Judy on May 28, 2017
    I would say beige, for you can use accents of colorful vases and other items, even lampshades to add beautiful colors, as well as drapes. This way, you can change the accents as you desire. Even, you can add a hand towel, on the arms of a chair, to add more color, for this is changeable too. Best wishes, Judy.

  • Judy Judy on May 28, 2017
    or rugs, too.

  • Lynne Webb Lynne Webb on May 29, 2017
    Sherwin Williams has a brew that I only have the mixture numbers of and not a paint named color. I love it. It isn't stark white nor is it too yellow. Just a soft slight 'off white'. The manager told me it was very popular so if anyone is interested, I can list the 4 'ingredients'. It covers good because the previous owners evidently liked navy and gray. Yes, they were military; AF.

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    • Lynne Webb Lynne Webb on May 30, 2017
      OK, when I pushed 'send' all the numbers shifted. The Y1 Yellow 1 goes under the 32, skip 64 and a 1 (another Y1 Yellow) under the 128.
      Y3-Deep Gold goes 3 under the 32, skip 64 and 1 goes under the 128. My guess is that these small numbers are amounts of ounce additions.
      A competent Sherwin Williams tech will know exactly what to do and can probably give you a color name to correspond.
      And if you get the name, send it to me.

  • Lynne Webb Lynne Webb on May 30, 2017
    CCExColorant oz 32 64 128
    Y1-Yellow - 1 - 1
    Y3-Deep Gold - 3 - 1
    BTW it was put in a base of extra white. Also, there are different 'grades'. Do not get the 'primer and paint in one'. It's very thick and difficult to get to flow. Get the one that actually is less expensive. I needed the thick stuff to cover the navy paint. I really like it (and that's after a year of living with it) It seems to go with any colors you put with it. Don't gasp when you first begin applying. It is NOT yellow. It dries to a very soft cream and not that awful contractors white.

    • Glen Glen on May 31, 2017
      Lynne, thank you! I appreciate it so much!šŸ˜Š

  • Dell Marie Lamb Dell Marie Lamb on May 30, 2017
    Can always use pillows, chair cushions, etc. to add color ......

    • Glen Glen on May 31, 2017
      Yes...... It will be fun picking out diff colors And textures . Thanks for your comment!