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Why Use Neutrals?

Using neutral colors gives you the freedom to more easily experiment with textiles and accessories in boulder, more vivid colors. However, brighter neutrals give your room a more open, clean. and a breezy look. Muted or darker neutrals can give a space a cozier, but streamlined appearance. Because of their neutrality, neutral colors benefit a space by encouraging the use of patterns and textures without becoming an eyesore or a visual headache.

  • Also neutral colors allow buyers to picture their own personal style because they are not overwhelmed with color. If you use a neutral pallet they can imagine their own design flair in the home.

  • It provides a calming experience when potential buyers are walking through the home. Buying a home can be a stressful process so it is important to provide a relaxing environment.

  • It showcases the house without taking away from the property, Neutrals compliment the properties aesthetic and do not complete with any of the finishes.

Neutral Colors

  • Gray (light grays)

  • White (shades of white)

  • Creams

  • Beige

  • Ivory

  • Taupe

  • Black

  • Brown


Neutrals and browns are the epitome of nature and are used abundantly in design. Brown and neutral tones can represent anything from peace and calm to wholesomeness and reliability.

One thing to keep in mind: the greater the contrast between your neutrals, the more busy a space will read.

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