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Are you selling in the near future and are not sure what colors to choose?
The colors potential buyers see when they enter your home should be neutral so that the buyers will not be distracted by someone else’s style. But “neutral” doesn’t necessarily mean white or boring beige. Using subtle color can actually enhance the buyer’s experience, so repaint walls that have strong colors with rich neutral hues.
We are seeing a lot of grays in all different shades being used right now but below are other colors worth looking at.
Benjamin Moore neutral colors to consider:
If you insist on painting your walls beige, below are 2 great choices. If your wallpaper has a distracting design or is outdated, remove it and add a fresh coat of paint for a more current, updated look. A low-sheen product will help reduce the imperfections on walls and ceilings. You can also use color to highlight the architectural details and features of your home.
Colors to consider for updating and refreshing:
Light, clean, organized spaces appear larger. So clean and de-clutter, and give your walls a fresh coat of paint in a light neutral color to bring the room to life and make it seem more expansive. I’ve used all of these colors many times but my favorite in this category is Camouflage. It changes throughout the day and looks great with crisp white moldings.
Colors to consider for maximizing your space:
This is a great room but with white walls, potential buyers will likely not remember it. But they will remember the room below painted in Wythe Blue HC-143, Benjamin Moore’s Color Of The Year! Color evokes emotion in all of us and when a potential buyer “Falls In Love”, an offer is not far behind!
Till next time! Enjoy the great weather this week!