Home Staging Tip

Use a Colour Palette

Whether you’re a black-and-white type of character or have an every-color-of-the-rainbow personality, creating a colour palette is a great idea when getting your home ready for showings.


An assortment of colours is great, but it’s important to make sure they all match and work well together. When it comes to staging your home, you want to create something that looks aesthetically pleasing to show off the quality of your home.

How to create a colour scheme


Step 1: choose the primary colour. This is the colour that you really want to use for a room. It should be a colour you love and look forward to seeing.


Step 2: decide where this colour is going. Will you use it for the walls or for accent pieces?


Step 3: pick other colours that compliment your primary, or statement, colour. If your primary colour is not going on the wall, choose a colour that will compliment your statement colour.


Step 4: as you design your room, stick to your colour wheel. Don’t stray from your colour palette and don’t pick too many colours.



Here's a tip: Your best bet is to use neutral colours for your walls. If you work with us, we bring our own staging equipment that suits every room to help set up your home.

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