- Going Greige. Gray became the new white a few years ago but it may not be for you. Take a look at Greige which is a pale gray with a beige undertone. It is very versatile when it comes to staging. Greige will add depth to any white room and can work in a small or large room.
- Bird’s Egg Blue. A warm medium blue with sunny undertones. It will work in a living room, bedroom or bathroom especially when the remainder of the room is gray, beige or white. This warm turquoise color creates a soothing feeling in any room. Calming and soothing works well on potential buyers.
- Charcoal for Drama. Charcoal, which is a deep gray, is a neutral color pop that can add style to any room. It happens to be a neutral color and can be used on accent walls or to conceal shadows and add style. For a contrast with style coordinate charcoal walls with white or beige furniture and accessories.
- Add some Sunshine. Golden yellows are great pop colors that you can use on cabinets, accent walls or fixed elements in your room to add warmth. Look for a yellow that has a bit of wheat or creamy undertone so it doesn’t appear garish or too bright.
- Join the Navy. Navy blue that is, an excellent color to add sophistication, maturity or drama in your room. Works well in a room with a lot of light. Use contrasting pale hues as accents.
- A Little Cream. If your comfort zone just won’t push past the white palettes, then try the neutral creamy shades. These creamier shades have a greige or pale beige undertone that isn’t yellow. It will add a bit more warmth. Or just offset your white walls with a stark white trim, fixtures or ceiling. By creating subtle contrasts, you can give your room a soft glow.
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