Our house is painted in Taubman's 'Arizona White' - every door, window frame, skirting board and wall. We have aluminum windows in Colorbond 'Paperbark', which is a beige colour. I often see magazine pictures with walls painted in soft grey/beige tones accented by white timber windows and french doors. Sigh... but that won't work for me in this house. I'm not unhappy with the 'Arizona White' it's just that I want to lighten the walls up a bit in some of the rooms. I bought a 1 litre pot of 'Arizona White' in half strength and one in quarter strength, and now I have walls all over the house with patches of these paints so I can see how they look in different light. Surely it not a hard decision?
So I'm going to paint the walls in quarter strength ... I think?