Having trouble selling houses due to creativity dilemmas? Then you’ve come to the right place because in this article we are going to talk about architecture and interior design, color staging, bedroom paint design and best interior paint colors for selling a house.
When it comes to color staging and architecture and interior design in real estate, many stagers and real estate agents instantly jump to blaming the color or lighting as to why the room does not work. You should instead ask yourself this question: Does the color relate to what’s happening in the room?
We all prefer to blame the color and lighting though because it is easier to change them but it’s important to remember that they alone can’t do everything. Nonetheless, we are going to show you pictures of rooms before and after they have been photoshopped to look more vibrant and soothing to the eyes to show you how much of a difference color staging makes.
Here, the wall color is definitely not going with anything else in the room and the yellow color of the tub just makes things look bad. The brownish plumbing combined with the white tiles and white cabinets is also not helping things.
Painting the walls a paler taupe color here will make all the difference as you can see in the following picture.
The yellow of the bathtub is a lot less evident now because the old darker purple taupe was enhancing it before.