If you’re trying to sell your home, or intend to sometime in the near future, the paint colors you choose both inside and outside can have an effect on the overall value. Changing up the colors in certain rooms can make the space appear bigger, feel more relaxing, and increase the overall appeal. Check out some of these colors that will help to up the value of your home.
You know what they say; You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression! Before even stepping foot in your home, potential buyers will be judging it the second they pull into the driveway, based on how the exterior looks. Is there a fresh coat of paint, or does it look like the outside has been neglected for years? Is the color a neutral that they can work with, or a bright color that they would have never chosen? These are important things to consider when putting your house on the market. If it’s time for a fresh coat of paint, the most popular colors are a mix between grays and beiges. Neutral colors are the way to go for your exterior!
Another aspect that buyers will see, and judge, before entering your home is the front door. This is where you can add some contrast, with a darker shade of navy blue, charcoal, or dark gray. These colors will go well with your exterior paint, and tie the look together.
Popular choices for the kitchen are typically a light blue, or grey-blue paint color. Not only is blue calming, but it can also help to curb your appetite. After all, being in the kitchen surrounded by yummy foods can lead to overeating!
The majority of people prefer neutrals in the living room, as it is meant to be a room for relaxing. Light shades of taupe, oatmeal, grey, or beige are all safe choices. While some potential buyers may prefer a more vibrant color, a neutral base leaves them with an open opportunity to paint it how they please.
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