ADDING COLOR WITHOUT PAINT

Dated: July 1 2021

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ADD COLOR WITHOUT PAINT

Hate to paint? This blog is for you! There are great ways to add color to your spaces without the mess and frustration of paint, tarps, brushes, samples, splatters and cleanup.

This article from Realtor.com offers 9 Zesty Ideas to Add Color to Your Space – and there’s zero paint involved. A simple lighting change, a vibrant rug, new throw pillows and other textiles are simple and inexpensive change ups. For a bit  more of an investment, you could consider redoing your kitchen cabinets or buying a new sofa or chair in a playful hue. Peel and stick wallpaper is a fun idea that’s easy to apply, and colorful tiles in key spots can add an artsy flair.

See all the ideas here.  If you’re thinking of selling your home, remember that color is a key factor in how buyers picture themselves in your space. For advice on the best ways to stage and sell, talk the team at Vanguard Realty Associates!

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Barbara and Bill Baldwin

Bill & Barbara Baldwin are licensed PA Real Estate Agents who work diligently with our buyers on the purchase of their new home. They will initially meet with the buyers to gain a full understanding o....

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