"Celestial," by Sherwin-Williams. It's one of more than 1,500 colors in their Emerald line of eco-friendly latex paint. It claims to be scrubbable, self-priming and resistant to mildew - all without those pesky VOCs.
After World War II, new schools near London were decked out in a thoroughly considered scheme that placed light, less distracting colors in classrooms and brighter ones in halls. This skillful use of color had a positive effect on teachers and students. In the U.S., my 1960s school was an endless expanse of institutional green cinderblock broken only by equal measures of dirty beige. Is it any wonder our school felt like a prison? For more on the Munsell colors, see Patrick Baty's blog.
Crumb Cookie PITTSBURGH PAINTS CRUMB COOKIE 217-1: "There was a period when people liked white with a tinge of blue and thought it looked really clean. Now they're moving toward something a little warmer. This is a nice creamy white. The root of it is quite peachy, which means it goes well with yellows and greens.