One of the most important rules of thumb when you're preparing your Phoenix home for sale is to look at it from a buyer's point of view, not just from your own. Nowhere is that truer than in the wall colors you choose. You may love strong colors and have very stylish décor hat goes with them, but color can present several drawbacks when it comes to resale.

Of course, that doesn't mean you should always paint all the rooms boring beige before you put a house on the market. In fact, that could conceivably have the opposite effect, making a house seem plain-Jane (especially if it's limited in architectural detail or is under-furnished). Some picks from the experts include the following colors.

  • Quincy Tan HC-25, Benjamin Moore – a nice warm neutral

  • Stone White 11, Farrow & Ball – more gray green than white it's a perfect modern choice

  • Sesame, Sico Paints – looks great with white trim

  • Silver Blonde 2141, Pratt & Lambert – clean and modern, works well with light and dark wood

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