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Neutral Home Improvements | Christy Buck Team


Wall Colors

Avoid bold colors. Paint can make or break a home. Light, airy colors will open up the home. White is a great color to use in some areas however an all white home can feel hospital-like and stark You can use it in the bathrooms to make the area feel clean. If you choose to use it in the common areas, you may want to add a medium/darker color (grey) to add depth. Light gray in a home is beautiful however too much…can make the home feel the home dull or gloomy.

Cabinet Colors

You cannot go wrong with a light gray or white cabinet to make the kitchen feel open and inviting. Although some prefer a brown color, a light natural wood brown would look great for contrast. These colors make it more appealing to a buyer as this is where people spend a lot of time!

Kitchen/Bathroom Countertops

Granite and quartz are a great option for countertops. This is an important selection as it is an expensive upgrade and you want it to be neutral to most. A light white/gray with the marble-type look is a great option to go with white, gray or light brown cabinets. It’s not too busy and clean looking.

Common Area Flooring

Brown tone wood flooring is a great choice. A greige wash, blonde wash, honey wash, or white wash are beautiful tones that look exceptional throughout the home. These colors tend to bring warmth in the home, especially if you choose to do white or light gray walls.

Bathroom Flooring

This can be a difficult choice as there is so much to choose from however the most clean neutral colors would be a gray, black, marble. Adding texture or pattern to the bathroom will spruce it up and catch the buyers eye. A nice hexagon shape, large rectangular shape or herringbone design will make your home look more custom but still keeping it neutral to potential buyers.

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