Paint Colors & Before/Afters

Some colors appeal to buyers. Some don't.  If you're going to paint to prepare your home for selling, it makes sense to paint the walls the colors that will appeal instantly to buyers.  Soft, neutral colors are the 'go-to' colors. If you need to paint, choose colors that 90% of the buyers will love.  There is no point painting strong colors which will only appeal to 10% of the buyers. 

The aim of preparing your home for sale is to make it 'move-in' ready, so that the buyers can just roll in their suitcase, unpack and enjoy their new home. This is what will get you the highest price for your home, resulting in the highest return on investment (ROI) of any project you can undertake in the preparation of your home for sale. You will find images below which represent both the colors used, and also the impact of painting with Before and After images. 

Paint Colors

Ashwood OC-47

A light, versatile gray with a soothing aloe-toned cast.

Edgecomb Gray HC-173

A go-to neutral that can refresh a space, while providing a warm, welcoming feeling.

Pale Oak OC-20

With its warm gray undertones, this versatile neutral conjures the quiet majesty of white oak.

Gray Owl OC-52

A use-anywhere light gray with a cool, crisp cast. .

Classic Gray OC-23

An ultra-light shade of gray that can also function as an off-white.

Cloud Cover OC-25

A go-to white subtly shaded with a touch of gray-blue. We use this color for kitchen and bathroom cabinetry.

Ballet White OC-9

A crowd-pleasing off white that offers just the right amount of color.

Before and After's

Wood Trim & Door Painting

Kitchen Cabinetry Painting

Replace Carpets With Hardwoods

Painting a Brick Fireplace

Wood Paneling Painting

Bathroom Cabinetry/Tile/Laminate Painting

Creating a Product - Before/After/Staging

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