Paints & Palettes: Benjamin Moore Whites
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In this light-flooded home in Mill Valley, designed by local architect Ken Linsteadt, a trio of different shades of Benjamin Moore plays off one another, emphasizing the subtle architectural detailing. Linsteadt and homeowner Sarah Brinkman chose three contrasting but complementary whites to work with: Cotton Balls, White Chocolate, and Overcast. Photography by John Merkl . Above (L to R): Benjamin Moore Cotton Balls, White Chocolate, and Overcast. Above: The dining room is painted White Chocolate, with the living room transitions to Overcast. Above: In the living room, three shades of white play off one another. The walls are Overcast, the trim is White Chocolate, and the ceiling is Cotton Balls. Above: Three shades of white coordinate in this detail shot: the walls are painted in Overcast, the trim is White Chocolate, and the ceiling is painted Cotton Balls. Above: In the kitchen, the wood paneling and the trim are both painted White Chocolate, creating a visual coherence. Above: A paneled door is painted White Chocolate while the walls are painted Overcast.