The good news is that Fusion has a wide selection of whites to chose from. The bad news is that you have to decide which one is the right one for your project and that matches your overall color scheme. I hope this post will help you in making that decision.
Fusion Whites go from the Brightest White to a Cream and everything in between. I’ll tell you a little about each one below so that you’ll be more familiar with each one and whether or not they have a yellow or gray undertone and if they are neutral. I’ve also included the approximate number of coats needed for each. Keep in mind that Whites, no matter what brand, require more coats for full coverage.
Picket Fence – Brightest White that Fusion carries. Very clean looking with no noticeable undertones. 3-4 coats for full coverage.
Casement – Bright White. Just ever so slightly warmer than Picket Fence. No noticeable undertones. 3-4 coats for full coverage.
Lamp White – Bright White with a very gray undertone. A cool white. 3-4 coats for full coverage.
Victorian Lace – Off White with the perfect balance of warm and cool. Completely neutral. 3-4 coats for full coverage.
Raw Silk – Warm White. This color is right in the middle of all the whites. Not bright white, not cream. Slight yellow undertone. Very neutral and goes well with bright whites, off whites or creams in the same room. 3-4 coats for full coverage.
Cashmere – Off White creamy with a neutral slightly grey undertone. Softer and more subdued than Champlain. 3 coats for full coverage.
Chateau – Off White/Warm Light Grey reminiscent of the discontinued Goddess Ashwagandha. Creamy with a grey undertone. 2-3 coats for full coverage.
Champlain – Off White with slight gray undertones. 3 coats for full coverage
Limestone – Cream / Off White. Yellow undertones. 2-3 coats for full coverage.
Plaster – Cream. Yellow undertone. More yellow than Limestone. 2-3 coats for full coverage.