This house interior was originally painted in shades of greige that were popular at the time, but quite dark. To make the home feel brighter the walls were re-painted in an off-white colour from Sherwin Williams called Aesthetic White. It’s actually considered beige, but does not have the golden undertones that some beiges have. It leans slightly towards gray.
The trim work and doors were not in need of painting, but even though they looked white there was an undertone that did not work well with the Aesthetic White colour. This is something you have to be prepared for when changing your walls to very light colours or white or off-white. If your trim work is not close to a true white you may have to re-paint it.
The photo below shows the original darker greige walls that were throughout the house.
The remaining photos are the Aesthetic White colour. The exception is the primary bedroom and one of the bathrooms. The tint formula for Aesthetic White was doubled to give those rooms a bit more depth and warmth.
When looking through the photos you can see how Aesthetic White changes depending on the light. In some areas it looks more gray.