Color Your World

Dated: 09/05/2017

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When it's time to sell your home, most Realtors may suggest that you paint the interior walls of your home a "neutral" color. This allows the buyer to envisions their belongings and lifestyle in what could be their new home. However, shile it is your home, take time to make it your own. Some homeowners prefer splotches of color throughout the home with the use of accessories like pillows, rugs, draperies, or colored kitchen appliances. Others choose to display color throughout heir home by accent walls or maybe entire rooms painted with the color of their choice. Whatever makes you feel comfortable in your own home, is the right choice for you! Just take time to have fun, flaunt your style and Color Your World.... Your Way! Want to view some homes to get some ideas on using color in your home? 

Sherry Dwelle

Sherry Dwelle has over 12 years of experience as a Realtor. She has roots in Ohio, but has more recently lived in Chicago, Indianapolis, and eventually relocated to the Charleston, SC, area. Sherry ha....

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