When deciding on a flooring to lay in a home that you anticipate on selling, its best to think about neutrals. When picking a flooring it’s a good idea to balance your personal design style with a potential buyers unknown style, meaning you should look at a simplistic neutral flooring where no matter the décor style, it will marry well with the flooring. There are two main colours that carry through a space, either greys(cool) or beige/browns (warm), of course, as with everything, there are exceptions but typically its one or the other. Neither is better than the other, but it’s best to pick one and stick with it and transfer that same colour language throughout the space. Depending on what tone your interior is (warm or cool) choosing a flooring that matches colour and in a simplistic and neutral design, will allow any buyer to move in with ease and bring all their décor and furniture and it will fit nicely. Try to steer away from polarising flooring such as jet black, white, extreme weathered, rustic and distressed look timber flooring. Flooring like this may work perfectly with your specific style but may oppose your potential buyers preference.
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