It doesn’t take much to turn a rather “blah” looking home to an eye-catcher. When people say “curb appeal” they’re referring to that house that captures your attention based on small details. Even the smallest homes can have definite curb appeal with a minimum of expense and work. We found a list of twenty things you can do at “Better Homes and Gardens.” Here are our three favorites!
A front door that POPS as well as opens! It’s an easy DIY project and your front door is the most obvious eye-catcher, and here the bold red stands out against the more muted grey.
Adding symmetrical plants and fixtures creates a focal point for your eyes to follow. You can change out the plants based on season or holidays and allow the space to express some of your family’s personality.
Every window is a chance to make a lively statement with plants, whether they’re cascading or pops of bushy color. Window boxes are an easy way to add curb appeal and provide a touch of privacy.
For more ideas on how you can boost your home’s curb appeal over a weekend or a month, check out the full article HERE.