We welcome any one to comment or question or say something that might help other readers solve ?any of their ?house painting problems.
We get a lot of calls from homeowners who are putting their homes up for sale and want to paint it first to make it more presentable for selling. Homeowners are also not sure what colors to paint their homes so they asked me what are my suggestions for painting their interior walls and possibly there wood trim in their homes.
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I usually comment back by saying ” consider yourself as the new home buyer and what would you like to see? when you go to look at a home?” The first thing that you want to look at is the condition of the walls and trim. You want to make sure that there are no holes or scratches or dents in the walls or trim. You probably prefer larger and brighter spaces also so to accommodate this sensation it is wise to paint everything very like neutral colors. The light neutral colors will reflect more light? making the room look larger and brighter and spacier.
Curb appeal is very important for selling ?homes and for home staging. To really show off your home, first of all it should be neat and tidy showing its roominess. When we paint homes for the purposes of home resale it does recommend going like colors such as light beiges or very light pastels. When you are using these late colors your walls will reflect more light creating an illusion of more space in the room. So was a combination of leaving just key piece of furniture in the room and painting the room and very light color, when showing your room to a prospective buyer make sure your lights are on and window shades are wide open to allow sunlight to come in if the house is being shown during the day.