Finding a true white can be tough, but luckily there are plenty of Vaspar white paint colors to choose from. I spent some time searching for the best 6 colors and will review them today.
Picking paint colors is a task all of its own, which is why I wrote about it a while ago. However, I think it’s a topic you can’t discuss enough, which is why I compiled a quick video on how to pick paint colors with three simple steps.
Now, onto the 6 paint colors I chose: Promenade, Swiss Coffee, Bistro White, Snow Cap, Dove White, and Du Jour. [Spoiler alert – we used Du Jour in our kitchen!] I picked up all paint samples from my local Lowe’s, and I will tell you I was super impressed that all samples matched the Valspar paint chips super well.
Promenade was the most interesting color to me when testing all of the Valspar white paint colors. At first glance, I couldn’t tell if there was a hint of green, yellow or blue, but there was definitely a strong undertone. I decided it’s a bright(er) yellow undertone that peeks through. I envision this color doing super well in a child’s bedroom with lots of bright colors surrounding it. Liz from Love Grows Wild also reviewed Promenade.
Swiss Coffee (7002-16)
Swiss Coffee is such an amazing color from Valspar! I’ll be honest, I did not discover it until after our home renovations finished. I wish I knew about it before, but I’m keeping it in my back pocket for any other work. It’s a really pretty bright, warm white and maybe the truest white of the bunch. Architectural Digest calls it one of the most popular whites.
Bistro White (7006-4)
Of the Valspar white paint colors, Bistro White is one of my favorites. Compared to Swiss Coffee and Du Jour, it looks like it has a hint of pink to it. Just a hint though. It certainly makes a great trim color as referenced by Chloe from Boxwood Avenue’s review. It is a warmer white (which I love), but not creamy. It has that white crisp feel to it.
Snow Cap (7003-8)
Snow Cap is another warm Valspar white paint. Clearly, I gravitate towards the warmer whites. I found it to be the creamiest of the six Valspar white paints I picked. I think it would be a stellar color for an off white cabinet color like the Cove Model Tour from Studio McGee.
Dove White (7002-7)
Dove White is lighter than Snow Cap, but offers a similar creaminess. It’s another warm white and is a great choice for a room with lots of white furniture and features. A creamier white, like Dove White, will offer a softness to the room.
Du Jour (7002-6)
Du Jour is a beautiful, crisp white. I chose this color for all of the trim in our house and our kitchen. I love how beautiful and crisp the color is. It feels like a vibrant and pure white. Want to see a sneak peek of our kitchen?!
I loved all of the colors for specific needs. In my opinion, here’s how I’d use each one:
- Promenade | Rooms with lots of color
- Swiss Coffee | Rooms with gray accents or a room where you want the white walls to pop (my fav!!)
- Bistro White | A feminine room or girl’s nursery
- Snow Cap | Rooms with brown or beige undertones
- Dove White | All white rooms
- Du Jour | Similar to Swiss Coffee I’d use this in rooms where you want the white wall to pop
Ultimately, picking the right color is a personal choice and is greatly affected by the light and features of the room. I always recommend getting samples and holding paint samples up to walls in different types of sunlight throughout the day. Live with it and make sure it’s something you want!
This post is sponsored by Valspar, but all thoughts and opinions are my own. I’m so appreciative of the Valspar team for their partnership and your support of my sponsored work. Activating brands I love is one of my passions!
Affectionately known to her friends as Millennial Martha for her love of DIY and decorating, Jen can’t help but pour her heart + soul into everything she touches. She’s loved to entertain since acquiring a table and chairs, and giving gifts is one of her favorite hobbies. Jen is the creator of Girl Meets Party. Her dream is to share her passions with the world in hopes to inspire others by making the seemingly unattainable attainable.