DO: White or Warm Gray Kitchens
- The kitchen is known to be one of the top three selling points to a home, so the correct paint color and finish plays a huge role on the sale of a home. A bright, white paint color allows the kitchen to have a fresh and airy feel to it, which home owners and buyer strive for. Contrasting colors have also been a huge impact with higher sale prices over the last several years. If the main kitchen color is a bright white, a darker gray paint could be a great, contrasting touch for the cabinets or even backspash.
DO: Hire a professional painting company
- Hiring a professional painting company should be at the top of this list because quality matters! If you’re investing the money in painting your home, make sure it is done to the best of quality. Here at Pro-Vision Painting, you can trust our crew to provide a top quality painting service whether were painting a large, 2 story living room or a simple kitchen cabinet accent paint job. Not hiring a professional could lead to poor painting techniques and errors, allowing buyers to quickly notice the imperfections and automatically taking into count the costly amount it will require them to have repainted, which could negatively effect the sale price.
DON’T: Bold and colorful kitchen colors
- Remember, the kitchen is one of the top selling points to any home and if buyers walk into a kitchen with unattractive paint, some buyers can be automatically turned away. Avoid dark reds, orange or yellows as most find the colors extremely out dated and a thing of the past.
DON’T: Out Dated Wallpapers
- Removing outdated wallpapers can improve sales prices dramatically. The closer to a turn-key finished home, the better. Many buyers fear the time and cost of removing and painting walls that are covered with wallpaper. 72% of people find that walls with wallpaper reduce the price of homes.