INCREASING YOUR HOME’S CURB APPEAL
Are you looking to spruce up your home’s curb appeal? If so, try a few of these simple tricks to help your home make a statement – It’s all in the details!
1. Colorize Your Front Door
A great way to help your home’s curb appeal is by painting the front door. Easy, right? Adding a splash of color can make all the difference. A front door that “pops” immediately catches the eye and creates a more welcoming feel.
2. Embellish With House Numbers
Customize your home with big, bold house numbers that really speak to your home. Swap out the old and find the right style that matches your home’s personality. You’ll be surprised at how much of a difference it makes!
3. Freshen Up The Porch
If you have a porch visible to the street, add furniture to fill any empty, barren spaces. This will not only liven up the entrance to your home, but it will also provide you with a peaceful area to relax, sit and ENJOY!
4. Swap Out Porch Lighting
Have you had the same old, dreary sconce porch lighting since you moved in? Time to switch it up! Swapping out old porch lighting to newer, more contemporary forms of lighting will instantly give your home a glow (pun intended)!
5. Flowers Are Your Friends
Gardening is one of the most effective ways to increase your home’s curb appeal. Adding flowers, bushes, oriental grasses and other vegetation will help brighten up your home and create a lush landscape that will set your home apart!
6. Paint The Garage Door
Most garages take up A LOT of visual space so it is important to keep your garage doors looking clean and well-maintained. If you think your garage doors may be in need of some help, spruce them up with a fresh coat of paint or try applying new hardware and/or handles to give them some personality!
7. Add A Fence
Adding a low fence around the front yard creates depth and ultimately gives the illusion of a bigger, more expansive yard! It also serves as a great boundary between the busy neighborhood street and your residence.
8. Transform The Side Yard
Cover up any eye-sores on the sides of your homes by creating a space just for them. Keep them camouflaged through attractive fencing or by surrounding them with large, beautiful bushes. Adding a stone walkway or path along with a terrace will complete the look!