Its 2020! Start of a New Decade and A New House! - Paintway

We have started strong this year Starting this older Queenslander on the right foot!

 

                  We are giving her freshen up: Colours Chosen:                 

If you missed it – Click Here on a previous blog  we wrote on painting old Queenslanders 🙃

If you have a plan to list your home on the market, one of the most cost-effective and simplest ways for increasing its overall value is to paint it thoroughly. It is basically the least expensive investment an individual can make as well as gain the highest of returns. There are certain insights on the best painting ideas to opt for amplifying the curb appeal of your property.

Opt for Neutral Colours to Paint the Interior

Your home is most likely to be sold with a fresh coat of paint. It is because that is the first thing a purchaser notices. Opting for neutral colours for makes it easier for your potential purchasers to imagine themselves living in the house, as neutral paint goes hand in hand with almost anything. Apart from this, several buyers will not spend additional costs on painting the house after the closure.

Know the Rooms to Be Prioritised

Painting is the most effective, most straightforward, as well as incredibly transformative way of changing space. It is because the right kind of paint plays a vital role in making a small room larger whereas a large room a smaller one. The small rooms can look larger in case you paint them with pastel colours or lighter colours. Of you paint the wall and the trim with the same colour; it will create an illusion and make it look like a larger place. On the other hand, if the room is large, which you are willing to make it appear small; it is advised to make use of darker or warmer colours in order to give the space a cosier feeling.

Along with this, prioritising the paint of the kitchen, entrances, foyers, and bathrooms are highly essential.

Types of Paint Matter As Well

Paint is not just about various types of colours. Different sheens and finishes can influence how the paint colour pops, the extent to which it is easy to clean, as well as several other determinants. Hence, it is  important for you to consider the following while picking up the paint type. 

Thus, these are some of the best painting ideas that will help to increase the curb appeal or resale value of your property. Also, it is highly recommended for you to hire professional painters for more effective ideas on choosing paints to increase the curb appeal of your property.

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