People differ on what they like. I don't mind what you have already, it has a bit of elegance, but is also a tad boring, while being "nice". If you do white, I'd go for a cream white, not stark bright white. (I'm not your biggest white fan, but that is just me.) I rather like the bottom level of the paint choice but would play with the top first.
I was partner in a landscape design business and we were fairly often asked for paint color opinions re exterior or interior spaces, a tricky business since people do feel their own connections to colors, and just picking one for somebody re what combo is seen often in Architectural Digest this year may not satisfy. I used to have great thick bound color sample "books" that were so much fun to wade through.. and of course, there are good paint stores and poor paint stores all around, with paint chips galore.
Funny story - we were hired to choose colors for the renovation of the offices and big building spaces of a city dump..
That was fun.
I would suggest taking into consideration the nature of the architecture/furniture style plus the place surrounding the building. If you live in fog-ville, you might be attracted to different colors than if you lived in near constant sunshine with occasional cloudbursts of rain. On architecture - a good hundred year old bungalow cries for different colors than a present day ad agency (well, usually).
Then there is personal attraction to colors, some you'd find almost delicious and some would approach or actually be horrible to you.
On painting - that's the easies thing to fix.