The use of colour is important. In lives, nature, in houses, in interior.
We all like different colours and have preferences that are different from the preferences of others.
There are many different colours and different preferences. That is why you need to be careful with the use of colour while staging your home for sale. Use of colour needs to be appealing and attractive to a broad public and a broad range of potential buyers.
Some colours can make a room look bigger and some can make it look smaller, some brighter, some darker or gloomier.
Colour is emotion and psychology.
Colours potential buyers see when they enter your home should be neutral so that the buyers will not be distracted by someone else’s style. They should see the walls of your home as a blank canvas on which to project their own preferences and style.
But ‘neutral’ does not necessarily mean white.
Would you like to attract as many buyers as possible? Then you need to use neutral colours in your home especially for floors and walls. For accessories you can use more colourful hues. But be careful!
While looking at photographs of interiors bright colours could draw too much attention…