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The owners of this house in the hills of Byron Bay, were struggling to appeal to the market to sell for their desired price. Buyers were turned off by the colour combination.
The windows were kept (they are blue) but changing the colour of the roof, walls and refreshing the decks made all the difference and the house sold as soon as it was put back on the market.
In our opinion, paint makes the biggest impact for the smallest spend.
Thanks for sharing this @2Belindas. Great result!
What were the paint colours used for those community members that might like to do something similar?
The colours B1 chose were Wattyl 'Orchid' (white) and the grey colour is Colourbond colour 'Basalt' It was most important that the colours were modern, but sat side-by-side nicely with the blue windows, as it was going to be too expensive to replace them.
The interior walls were freshened and modernised with Orchid white too - a warm, slightly off white colour which appeals to buyers.
Living room of the same house before and after - removed the clutter and changed Bali furniture for more contemporary furniture
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