What Can a Neutral Colour Palette Do For You?

Stagers often go for a neutral colour palette when working with a home that may be otherwise hard to sell based on the preexisting colours in a house. For example, it’s easier to market a house with a white kitchen as opposed to a green one. Neutrals include beige, white, black, grey and navy blue and have the benefit of coordinating well with each other to form a cohesive colour scheme.

While neutrals may not be “fun” to everybody, they often make a house feel more mature and make it easy to match furniture and decorations. An occasional pop of colour is an unexpected twist and doesn’t look out of place among neutrals, so don’t think you’re limited to just grey!


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For an example of great use of colour, look to 191 Gray Avenue in Alliston. The house features predominantly grey walls with brown furniture and a white kitchen, giving it a feeling of cohesion. Upstairs, the colour scheme is kept fairly neutral but with a pop of colour in the form of accent walls that bring to life the personality of the person residing in the room. 

This stunning 3+2 bedroom property with brick and vinyl exterior on a premium landscaped lot in Alliston is ideal for those seeking a modern residence in a serene location. 

 

As you enter this beautiful home, you will immediately take notice of the lovely flowing layout. The spacious principal rooms are perfect for entertaining or unwinding alike, with fresh paint, upgraded lighting, and California shutters. The sizable family room also features a beautiful fireplace with a mantel, great for enjoying cozy nights in.

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The fabulous modern kitchen includes laminate countertops, upgraded cabinets, and premium stainless steel appliances. The well placed walk-out to the backyard from the breakfast nook makes grilling or taking your dinner outdoors a breeze. The private backyard is fenced in and features an interlocking stone patio and a pergola with a roof, creating an additional outdoor living space for enjoyment in the warmer months.

 

The spacious upper level includes all new carpeting and a laundry room for added convenience.  The delightful Master Suite has a large closet, sitting area, pot lighting, a fireplace, and a spa-like ensuite.  There are also 2 additional sizable bedrooms on this level, as well as the modern main full washroom.

 

 

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Furthermore, this home has a beautiful professionally finished basement with a large rec room, full washroom, and two bedrooms, with quality laminate flooring and pot lights throughout. This fabulous Alliston property is perfect for any family! 

 

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How to find a Home with Character at a Reasonable Price.

For those trying to find an affordable century home in Toronto, this can be exceptionally difficult in today’s market. These coveted properties are often only available to a select few, and even at their high prices generally sell very quickly! This has inspired home buyers to expand their search to surrounding areas, where homes with character are equally impressive and command a more reasonable price.

 

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If you're in the market for a charming home with classic details offering incredible value, look no further than 172 Queen Street West in Mount Forest! A rare gem in a convenient location, this unique property has everything you've been searching for.

 

 

This remarkable 3 bedroom century home is the perfect mix of historic charm and modern design! Lovely English gardens adorn the front of the residence, guiding you to the covered front porch. The adjoining concrete driveway leads to the board and batten garage/workshop with a wood-burning heater, passing another covered porch along the way.