The color of your house, establishments and business properties makes or breaks the whole total package of your house, believe me. When it comes to making your property enable to catch everyone’s attention, you should consider the color of it to give it an identity to what are you providing for not only their eyes, but to their needs as well.
Yet, choosing colors can be a real pain in the ass, especially when you are choosing it for your rental properties. Why? Remember the Story of Goldilocks, where their set of porridge to choose from but the bear ended up to choose the one that was just “right” for him. You should be that “right” color rental property owner.
Remember, your goal is to get your property rented, not to make them wow or to even use your mom’s favorite shade of white. No matter what your color preference is, your mindset should always be to choose a color that’ll make your tenant sign a lease.
If you are planning to pick two colors for your rental property, you should check out the color Manchester Tan for the walls, and Decorator’s White Moulding and Trim. Decorator’s White is lighter and less stark than Brilliant White, and blends with all color in the color palette because it has little bit of gray in it.
You can go to several legit paint stores, and have them match the color of a more expensive paint. Let’s say for example, Farrow Ball is about £83 per gallon, it is better to take the Farrow and Ball Paint swatch to a Sherwin-Williams Paint Store, in which where the magicians behind the counter uses a high end scanner that will match the colors you prefer perfectly – for less than half of its original price!