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I saw this a few weeks ago & I can sum it up in one word: HIDEOUS.
I'm starting to like that special 'mauve' they had 2 years ago.
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Candice A. Donofrio
Fort Mohave, AZ
I don't see these so much as wall colors but think they would be some excellent accent colors to bring some pop to a room. That yellow and Greenery color have been used by my daughter in her last 3 homes on her walls. She loves them.
I tend to keep colors easy on the eyes.
There is something to be said for realtor beige.
Mitchell J Hall
Thanks for sharing. I don't personally like any of the colors shown on that link - I prefer lighter colors on the walls.
On the house.
On the room.
On the style.
On the location/market.
One at most, hazeltine but that is even a stretch.
Hazelnut is the only one I could see me recommending to anyone about to hit the market. What is trendy is not necessarily what is good to market a home.
NONE!! at least not in the main area of the house.. perhaps as an accent in a child's bedroom or playroom but none of the main areas...
I only recommend neutral colours. I do not click on unknown website links so I don't know exactly what colours your five names refer to. Furthermore, the RGB colour space may be different than the colour space of your paint colours and the colour that the paint will actually appear to be will vary based on lighting, type of underlying surface and other factors.
we pick neutral colors
They seem more like accent colors than what you want on the walls that will appeal to a range of buyers.
Many of the colours featured in your link are difficult to work with, and most contain quite a bit of black. As a stager, I would remove much of the black (which will leave the colours more cheerful) and pale them until they become refined.
Only the strong pink and the green are useful as they are. The pink will help any time you have a room full of grey, or a bathroom full of grey slate or kitchen with stainless steel. Pink really softens the sterile look of grey.
The green is useful to transform a house full of brown wood into a forest, but I would tend to keep the walls more neutral and use that green in some lovely art.
Guess the reason there are so many different colors is because there are so many different people with varied tastes. I agree with Kathleen Daniels -- Keep colors easy on the eyes
Pretty much didn't like any of them.
Thank you very much for sharing this link.
I am seeing more and more buyers loving the bold colors. Not for me.
beige still works in my book
I would say Hazelnut is closest to neutral; others would not work for a general audience. These colors are for individual tastes (maybe), not for selling a home.
All if I was living in Key West or the Carribean!
Colors need to be neutral and easy on the eyes!
I can't see myself recommending any of the oddball colors.
Jeff Pearl - I'd say none of them impressed me!
Off white or what the neighbors are doing is the safest bet unless you know how to proceed with colors, rooms, light and windows & make them all work
I think I'd stay with a tan or gray tone.... not too much color!!
I am not falling for any of them. Perhaps as an accent wall or very small trim.
Jeff Pearl I don't see very many at all. I have to agree with Lyn Sims .
Not wall colors I would like to see. Maybe as accents!
I don't suggest colors other than white to sellers - then again I don't suggest painting anyway but rather offer an allowance if the buyers even bring it up
There are a couple colors i like but some never
Slate (-2 shades) for everything. Trim 75/25 mix.
Sorry, repainting from remmants in the garage is not what I have time for.
So, to whom does the colors in line one, belong?
None of the above!
Not a single one of those colors.
I can't say I'm crazy about any of them. I think they made really poor choices.
I always loved blues, so Niagara is pretty nice, but I wouldn't use on walls. I would use as a pillow accent.
None of these are good for walls and certainly not if you are selling your house.
I like to stay pretty neutral with colors.
WEll I would say earth tones and nuetrals
I agree with Kathleen Daniels - love the colors but, prefer neutral so I can accent with colors in rugs, pillows, etc.
I'm not fond of any of these and in our market I doubt we will see any of these used.
Jeff, depends on the home, but I'm more likely to only go with two of these.