Golf Real Estate OnLine Newsletter
For Immediate Release
August 2011
In this issue
-- Find the Right Paint Color
-- Golf Property of the Month
-- August 2011 PGA Tour Events
-- Fun Sites for the Avid Golfer
-- The Golf Real Estate OnLine Library

Welcome to the August 2011 edition of Golf Real Estate OnLine News.

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Find the Right Paint Color
Paint Colors (MS) Painting is one of the least expensive, quickest and easiest ways to immediately transform the look of a room. With a change of color, any space can immediately take on a new personality. Choosing the perfect color for a room is key.

There’s no right or wrong color, it’s simply about homeowners finding the right hue for them. While it may be tempting to follow the trends, sometimes the “in” colors simply do not mesh with a homeowner’s design style. In such instances it’s best to go with what feels the best. Choosing colors that impart a certain mood can also help create a dramatic, comforting or energizing space.

Certain families of colors say different things and can create a particular atmosphere. Here are some common colors and what they can do for design.

* Green: If the desire is for a relaxing, all-natural retreat, green may very well be the color to choose. Green’s connection to nature makes the shade refreshing and soothing to the eye. It can instantly create a calming effect in any space and homeowners need not worry about going overboard with shades of green. Complementary colors to green include shades of red and pink. Use this accent color in draperies or on prints. Fill a vase with magenta-colored blooms and add a special pop of color.

* Blue: Another calming color is blue. It can make a room serene and soothing. Blue is a cool color, which means it can also be used in abundance with little worry. Make a bedroom a quiet retreat with the right shade of blue. Atouch of orange or peach blends well with blue.

* Red: An energizing and dramatic color, red demands attention. It’s stimulating and provocative, and some people love an entire room of red. However, to others red can be overwhelming. But red can be used on an accent wall or sparingly to spruce up a neutral color scheme.

* Purple: This color is often relegated to a girl’s room, but purple is elegant and regal and can add a touch of romance to a room. Individuals torn over painting with red may want to try the drama of purple, which is a bit more subdued and mysterious.

* Yellow: There are few colors more uplifting than yellow. This hue is reminiscent of a bright, sunny day. A dark house can be brightened by painting a room in a soft shade of yellow that will reflect any visible light. From bedrooms to bathrooms to kitchens, yellow is a versatile, illuminating shade.

* Orange: Another vibrant color is orange. This hue can be captivating and friendly and also brighten up dull spaces. Orange adds energy to a room, so it may not be best for bedrooms or other calming retreats, like a den. Homeowners needn’t paint a room pumpkin to get the full effect of orange. More subtle shades, like apricot or terra-cotta, can also add the power of orange.

* Pink: Pink is a romantic color and ultra-feminine. Pink has long considered nothing more than a bedroom color, but when used in the right fashion, it can also add spirited whimsy to a living space.

* Brown: This earthy, wholesome shade is rustic and rich. It can make a large room seem more cozy. It also exudes a feeling of sensuality and durability. Neutral shades of brown are very popular in homes because they can be paired with many other colors, including blue, green and pink.

* White: Some homeowners think the absence of color is ideal. White is fresh, bright and clean. It’s also a timeless choice for consumers who can’t decide on another color. White goes with just about anything, but if all white seems too sterile, think about mixing white with shades of beige for just a little color.

Experimenting with color can dramatically change the look of any room in the house. Consider using an online room simulator to try out different shades before painting.

Golf Property of the Month
Bandon Dunes Near Bandon Dunes-Coastal Oregon. Unmatched quality, unparalleled views and a coastal address that’s less than an hour away from world class golf at Bandon Dunes.

You must experience this striking 2100+ sq. ft. contemporary masterpiece with its 10 foot ceilings, professional grade kitchen, walls of glass, coastline views, low maintenance exterior and so much more. This is what success is all about.

Offered at $895,000

Contact Karen Kennedy, Principal Broker
Pacific Coastal Real Estate-Gold Beach

August 2011 PGA Tour Events
Aug. 04 - 07
Reno-Tahoe Open
Montreux G&CC, Reno, Nevada
Televised by the GOLF Channel

Aug. 04 - 07
World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational
Firestone CC (South Course), Akron, Ohio
Televised by the GOLF Channel and CBS

Aug. 11 - 14
PGA Championship
Atlanta Athletic Club, Johns Creek, Georgia
Televised by TNT and CBS

Aug. 18 - 21
Wyndham Championship
Sedgefield Country Club, Greensboro, North Carolina
Televised by the GOLF Channel and CBS

For a full list of 2011 PGA Tour Events, go to PGA Tour Schedule

Fun Sites for the Avid Golfer
Eyespygolf.com. A directory of over 16,000 golf courses. Is your favorite course included?

Need a great golf gift?
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New sites are added continually!

The Golf Real Estate OnLine Library