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June 19, 2017 1:09 am
If you’re hoping to up your curb appeal or just give your home a face lift, then you may already know that fresh paint is the easiest and most cost-effective route.
"Just add a pinch of a new paint color here and there. It's a simple recipe to make even the plainest home more interesting," advises Debbie Zimmer, design expert with the Paint Quality Institute.
Below are a handful of tips for upping your home’s ante with a splash or two of color.
Front first. "The first place to consider adding new color is the entranceway," says Zimmer. "It's usually visible from the street so everyone sees it, and it's also where visitors first come face to face with your home.".
Do the door. For a color pop, choose a color for your front door that contrasts with the rest of the home. Fengshui enthusiasts favor red, while black can be just as bold. Before you choose that soft off-white, remember that dark shades are always more practical for doors since they are better at concealing smudges and fingerprints.
Shutter time. When it comes to accent painting, turn to your shutters. You can paint these the same color as your door, or choose something complimentary of an interesting but balanced look.
Attention to detail. If you’re home has interesting detailing such as “gingerbread” trim, consider painting it a contrasting or complimentary color as well.
The furniture, too! Do you have a porch or deck? Tie in your exterior look by painting the furniture to match or accent.
Source: Paint Quality Institute
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