Neutral colors set the backdrop for your home while splashes of color draw in the eye.

Most times you get one chance to make a good impression and you want to appeal to the largest number of buyers when doing that.

1. White mixed with soft blue’s and beige in a variety of textures.  The warmth of the cloth covered chair, functionality of the leather benches at the end of the bed, soft touches in the pillows, use of straw hats on the wall as decoration, with the rug grounding the space together. Giving it a open airy feel.

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2. Gray isn’t dull. You have a barely there gray couch next to the richer gray arm chairs centered with a neutral coffee table. Pulled in by opposite white on gray pillows and gray on white rug with a splash of yellow to brighten it all up. A fire glowing in the background making it warm and inviting.

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3. The smallest pop of color mixed with rustic furniture really transform a space.

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4. Mixing your uppers and lowers with a blend of neutral and warm tones is not only a classic look both holds a modern clean feeling. The natural light and touches of plants bring the outdoors indoors creating a cozy feeling.

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Selling you Home? Appeal to more people. Paint, furniture arrangement and splashes of color are the key.