Are Your Home’s Paint Colors Keeping It from Selling in Prescott?
Paint colors can either boost or undermine the sale of even the best real estate on the market. If you are planning to sell your home, you want to get every potential buyer’s attention. Introduce them to a fresh, inviting home with new attractive paint colors, both exterior and interior. We will consider some of the colors trending in the Prescott area.
Don’t paint your house a color that’s on its way out. It will date your house and increase the chance of a lower offer. ~ Debi Collinson
You have no doubt heard about curb appeal, but it is essential if you want to sell your home quickly and for the best profit. Go with colors similar to those you see trending in your neighborhood and community. Talk to your real estate agent.
Whites: Great Exterior Colors
Exterior paints that are off-whites are popular here in Yavapai County. Anything from ivory to oyster, or oyster to white dove. There are many off-whites from which to choose, and white tones create an elegant look.
Make sure to check out the Sherwin-Williams Color Forecast 2021 color trends palettes for endless ideas.
Beige and Gray
Warm hints of beige or gray can be quite attractive to those seeking to purchase their abode. Just keep it neutral. Warmer colors are inviting and go well with wood trim.
The Importance of the Interior Colors
The wrong interior paint colors can be a deal-breaker for the sale of even the finest homes. A green kitchen or maroon bedroom quickly forms opinions, as buyers tend to remember homes by faults and peculiarities. However, these choices invite purchase offers every time.
Neutral, Neutral… And Neutral!
Ask any real estate agent. Neutral colors, for both exterior and interior, appeal to the largest population of buyers. Staying neutral does not preclude a wide range of color styles. The palettes and design trends of interior design are vast.
Undertone Strategy: Warm or Cool?
Every color of paint has an undertone. An undertone is warm, neutral, or cool. The base of a warm shade is slightly yellow, orange, or red. Cool shades are slightly blue, green, or purple. Neutral hues strike a pleasing, subtle balance between warmer and cooler shades. Warm undertones promote a friendly, inviting environment, while cool paints are calming and contemporary.
A Splash of Color Here and There
To keep things lively and interesting, do a smaller room or two in a darker tone. For example, your kitchen could be navy, or soft blue, with accents of lighter, warmer paint on the cabinet doors and trim.
Accent walls can be attractive if they are not overdone. Pick one wall of a living room, den, or bedroom and paint it darker, and either warmer or cooler than the rest of the room. Make sure it complements the main color of the walls and the rest of your interior features.
Spring is the BEST Time to Paint, and We Will Help with Your Ideas!
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