The paint colours that could decrease the value of your home
Smartening up a room is a great idea to attract prospective buyers, but certain paint colours could put a negative effect on the value of your home, potentially decreasing its value.
The use of trendy colours can date a property and be costly to update. So, what are the key colours that experts would suggest avoiding?
Darker paints can produce a bold and rich feeling, however, when this comes into contact with wooden furniture, there’s the possibility that this will create an odd and jarring look for the room.
Whilst a bold contrast might suit your own tastes, there’s a high chance that viewers will struggle to visualise the space as their own.
Despite its positive connotations, overuse of yellow can be overwhelming, especially where used heavily in a small space.
This colour often comes across as daring, dramatic, and striking.
While it can lift a wall in an instant, research suggests it can make a front door appear uninviting.
Instead, a medium to dark grey with a white trim would give the same powerful impact without being overpowering.
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This article was originally published by BriefYourMarket and is reproduced here with their permission.
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