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Grey walls and other home improvement trends that could decrease the value of your home

Dark grey walls are the top turn-off for potential buyers (Getty Images)
Dark grey walls are the top turn-off for potential buyers (Getty Images)

With the UK currently on coronavirus lockdown, many are looking to fill the time by taking on the home improvement jobs they’ve been putting off all year.

But before you decide to paint your kitchen cupboards on-trend blue or re-tile your bathroom with bold, patterned tiles, you might want to take a look at a new report which reveals some of the most popular interior design trends can be a major turn off for potential buyers.

For while grey walls, black taps and metro tiles might be Insta-popular they make up some of the features most likely to put off prospective buyers when it comes to selling your home.

But a new report of potential house buyers shows these popular trends can be serious turn-offs when it comes to purchasing a new home. 

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Grey walls and blue kitchens could put buyers off your home

With the UK currently on coronavirus lockdown, many are looking to fill the time by taking on the home improvement jobs they’ve been putting off all year.

But before you decide to paint your kitchen cupboards on-trend blue or re-tile your bathroom with bold, patterned tiles, you might want to take a look at a new report which reveals some of the most popular interior design trends can be a major turn off for potential buyers.

For while grey walls, black taps and metro tiles might be Insta-popular they make up some of the features most likely to put off prospective buyers when it comes to selling your home.

But a new report of potential house buyers shows these popular trends can be serious turn-offs when it comes to purchasing a new home. 

Read more: Pantone Classic Blue: Why this ‘reassuring’ shade is 2020’s Colour of the Year

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