Staging Your Frederick MD Home for Sale with Neutral Colors
“Paint Your Home in Neutrals” … Good advice for staging your home for
sale. What is a neutral color palette in home stagin...
Gray Is The New Black
Gray walls are a perfect backdrop to add a pop of accent color.
Gray is a color
that works well with
modern decorating.
Gr...
Sunshine Infused Neutrals
Yellow
The Color of
cheerfulness
and Hope.
Butter
Cream,
Beiges
Barley
< Lemon Sorbet
2013 Color...
Bringing Nature In
Green hues are great for
bringing a bit of the natural
world inside.
A blue-green shade can evoke
a coa...
Kitchens and Living Rooms can also benefit from a wash of green or blue. Sometimes a busy
room can be calmed with the addi...
Playing with Energy
Textured paint adds depth
and richness to neutral
paints that otherwise might
appear flat.
This textured paint is great
in...
More Staging Tips
1. Help buyers imagine themselves living in your home.
De-clutter. This will go a long way in helping bu...
Check Out Our Website for More Tips for Selling Your Frederick Home:
Frederick Real Estate Online
Staging Your Frederick Md Home for Sale
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Staging your home for sale with neutral colors is wise advice... but neutral colors don't have to be boring beige or washed-out white. Neutrals that are tinted with color can bring out the beautiful features of your home. Buyers can better "envision" themselves and their belongings in your home when the spaces are neutral. Here are some ideas for neutral colors that don't make anyone yawn.

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Staging Your Frederick Md Home for Sale

  1. 1. Staging Your Frederick MD Home for Sale with Neutral Colors
  2. 2. “Paint Your Home in Neutrals” … Good advice for staging your home for sale. What is a neutral color palette in home staging? Before you get a mental picture of your entire home painted like the desert sand, consider the idea that “neutral” isn’t limited to white and beige. The colors potential buyers see when they enter your home should be neutral so that they won’t be distracted by your personal style. They should be able to picture their own belongings in your home. Using neutrals can mean more than white and beige, there are many subtle colors that can enhance the look of a room, and thereby enhance the buyers experience. Rich neutral hues can include many tinted soft colors, like these Benjamen Moore colors:
  3. 3. Gray Is The New Black
  4. 4. Gray walls are a perfect backdrop to add a pop of accent color. Gray is a color that works well with modern decorating. Gray is clean, soothing, and appeals to both genders. According to color psychology, gray is the color of compromise and cooperation, an un- emotional color. It makes a great choice for a neutral shade when staging a contemporary space.
  5. 5. Sunshine Infused Neutrals Yellow The Color of cheerfulness and Hope. Butter Cream, Beiges Barley < Lemon Sorbet 2013 Color of the Year
  6. 6. Bringing Nature In Green hues are great for bringing a bit of the natural world inside. A blue-green shade can evoke a coastal or beach aura in a room. Blue and green hues are soothing and relaxing and are traditionally great for bedrooms.
  7. 7. Kitchens and Living Rooms can also benefit from a wash of green or blue. Sometimes a busy room can be calmed with the addition of blue or green tinted neutral walls.
  8. 8. Playing with Energy
  9. 9. Textured paint adds depth and richness to neutral paints that otherwise might appear flat. This textured paint is great in a small space, and goes a long way with a subtle paint shade.
  10. 10. More Staging Tips 1. Help buyers imagine themselves living in your home. De-clutter. This will go a long way in helping buyers to envision their belongings in your home. De-personalize. Remove most of your family photos and personal items. The buyers will feel less invasive as they tour your home. Keep pets out of the way and put away food and pet supplies. Some buyers are allergic or not animal lovers. 2. Keep all of the 5 senses in mind: Make the home smell good by baking cookies or bread just before your showing. Maintain a comfortable temperature for visitors. Keep the air dust-free by changing filters often. Accent the season with flowers and wreaths in Spring, a basket of pine cones in Winter, Fall foliage in vases, etc. Find ways to bring the outdoors in no matter what the season. Keep quiet, relaxing music playing in the background during a showing.
  11. 11. Check Out Our Website for More Tips for Selling Your Frederick Home: Frederick Real Estate Online

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