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Different brush strokes



Published: Sun, September 15, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



For different folks

According to Professional Builder magazine, there are some guidelines builders and other professionals should follow when choosing paint for particular audiences:

Primary, high-contrast colors appeal to children and the elderly because they define space and items best.

Older, sophisticated buyers or high-end buyers prefer a complex palette, which includes rich chocolates or copper-orange.

Ethnic buyers might respond to colors that reflect the familiar. For example, reds, oranges and yellows are valued in Latin American countries.




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