Anyone who has been to or lives in New England will know what I mean by “farmhouse white”. It’s just a classic white trim/white clap look that you see on a lot of old farmhouses round these parts.
I’m looking for a recommendation on color and, maybe more importantly, sheen for the exterior of an 1840’s farmhouse to give that classic farm house look.
I’m asking this potentially ridiculous question on the hunch that a lot of the folks who work on old houses around here have a favorite white paint they use for this application.
I’m partial to Ben Moore, though I understand there are some other great exterior products on the market.
Appreciate any ideas.