Sherwin Williams Creamy SW 7012

If you’ve been following my posts in my paint color series, you know that I’m a big fan of neutrals. Especially off-whites.

Now it’s time to check out one of my favorites: Sherwin Williams Creamy (SW 7012). This rich and, well, creamy hue is an off-white that can be used in many different ways and in many different places.

Creamy is a lovely shade and one of Sherwin Williams’ most popular colors for a reason. Let’s take an in-depth look at SW Creamy to determine if it might be a good fit for your home!

SW Creamy is a warm white that will look white next to darker shades, but it will look slightly yellow next to pure white.

Is Sherwin Williams Creamy cool or warm?

Cool lighting situations tend to cool down Creamy, sometimes enough that you don’t notice any yellow.

Does Sherwin Williams Creamy look yellow?

You can use Sherwin Williams Creamy nearly everywhere! Use it on trim, walls, bedrooms, cabinets, kitchen islands, vanities, furniture, bathrooms, window shutters, and even interior and exterior doors!

Where can you use Creamy?

Creamy has been toned down enough to be a light off-white with just a faint reading of yellow in certain lighting situations.

Sherwin Williams Creamy Undertones

North-facing rooms tend to be the coolest in terms of lighting. While you’ll get some filtered light in through the windows, a north-facing space will not get any direct sunlight.

Creamy in a North-Facing Room

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