Bridge City Staging can help you revamp your space with the perfect color pallet whether you are looking to refresh your space or prepare your property for sale.
COVID-19 has drastically impacted our world and things are changing by the minute. Bridge City Staging understands your concerns and offers you the option of an in-person or remote consultation.
Paint makes up 71% of the top home improvement related purchases.
40% of paint sales are due to the fact the wrong color was selected initially.
Real Estate Staging Association
68% of agents recommend painting as the most common home improvement.
National Association of Realtors
Stuck at home looking at the same 4 walls?
Have you said to yourself “I’d really like to update this space but I don’t know what color to choose?”
Bridge City Staging is here to help!
How it works:
Purchase the consultation package online.
We send you a short email questionnaire to learn about your vision of the space.
After you return the questionnaire and photos of the space, we do our magic.
If painting to sell—We will select a palette that will appeal to the widest range of buyers in your demographic area and which will best accentuate the architecture of your home.
If painting for living—We will select a palette that appeals to your taste and relates best to your home and current furnishings.
Whether painting for selling or living you will receive a Custom Color Report within 2 business days after you submit the questionnaire and photos. The report will include a color palette, that includes wall color and the best whites for trim and doors with an explanation of each so you can understand more about it and how it relates to your home!
Before & After Paint Transformations
This dining room was dark and dated. Bridge City Staging took inspiration from the flooring and suggested the homeowner paint all the walls of the house Sherwin-Williams 7015 Repose Gray and the trim Sherwin-Williams 7008 Alabaster. SW Repose Gray works well with about any decor style.
The natural oak of this staircase made the home look dated in comparison to the new builds down the road. Bridge City Staging suggested the homeowner paint the handrail SW 7109 Gauntlet Gray, the posts and trim SW 7008 Alabaster and the walls SW 7015 Repose Gray. SW Gauntlet Gray is a deep gray that has brown-taupe undertones that work well for cabinetry, wainscot, and trim. SW Alabaster has a neutral base that grounds the color preventing it from looking yellow.
The red brick and stained oak mantle of this fireplace needed a facelift. We suggested the homeowner paint the mantle SW 7109 Gauntlet Gray and the bricks SW 7008 Alabaster. WOW, what a transformation.