IF you did go with all white walls, you would lose the great profiles of the molding you put in! I would go taupe gray if you want to change out color of walls, that way it will tie in with the stone and chair/rug. You would then have changed out the colors to neutrals, that would allow the sofa to be key second color and I would bring some of that deep blue into bookcases, a bit on the mantel, and perhaps a throw or tray on one of the ottomans.
I love what you did for this room with the molding and built-ins.
I agree with Mary Ruth. Look at Owl Gray. There is a lady (Beekeeperswife) on GW who is painting her entire new build this color. Take a look at this attachment - different style but a blue sofa This message has been edited. Last edited by: Tuesday,
I think you could do white. The thing is...there are hundreds of shades of white. You would have to choose a white the same way you would choose any color, by testing it in the room using a sample of the actual paint. I would choose a white that contrasts with the white you have your woodwork painted.
Thanks you all! I agree about the trim. I do want to make sure it still stands out. I was thinking a cream color white would be nice. I tried to do the virtual color visualizer thingy and it was awful. I could not get an idea of what that room would look like lighter. I'll get some samples and big poster boards and try a few things out when I have some free time.