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How To Neutralize For Staging Your House
A staged dining room used a gray blue wall color and oversized art and lighting to add space and interest
I tell my sellers all the time that neutral doesn’t mean neuter. One of the best things that Apple did early in its history was to offer their computers in fabulous colors and shapes which was so unique in the marketplace. They appealed to our senses with something as mundane as a computer and your house needs to do the same. This can be confusing when all you hear is neutralize, neutralize, neutralize. I am here to set the record straight to help you go neutral but not neuter your house of all personality when you are staging.
Beyond Beige…. When most people hear neutral they think white, beige, tan, gray. Sometimes using these colors can actually make a room feel flat and lifeless so venture out into the land of more color. Every color has its own grayed down version of itself which really mutes the color and can be used very effectively in Staging. The idea of neutralizing your wall color is that you don’t want it to be the first thing buyers notice in the space. You want ... more
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