"Never judge a book by its cover" doesn't work for homes. Most people would never enter your home but would see your curb. A lovely curb would make yo
“Never judge a book by its cover” doesn’t work for homes. Most people would never enter your home but would see your curb. A lovely curb would make your home stand out in the neighborhood, giving it extra value, especially in resale value. But upgrading your curb could look like a daunting task, especially when you have a whole lot of options and can’t figure out which to start with. In this article, we’ll be learning those easy ways to boost your home’s curb appeal.
1. Go green
Gardens are the most aesthetic way to add curb appeal to any home. Gardens have numerous colorful and beautiful flowers that add life to the home. It also adds respect to the home, no wonder royalties and the wealthy in society planted massive gardens in their homes. But gardens can be expensive, and daunting to maintain. Also, a garden requires space. Alternatively, you can plant bucket flowers, add window boxes for flowers, and synthetic grass in some areas.
Do you wonder why God is considered as the light? That’s because the light is the most important feature of life. Light serves the main function of illuminating, however, it also serves a secondary function of beautifying a home and its surroundings. A nice way to increase curb appeal is by investing in your curb’s lighting. Different parts of your curb will require a specific type and color of lighting. Make sure you know all of these before kick-starting the project.
3. Windows and doors
Your windows and doors can be sighted from a distance. Aesthetically pleasing windows and doors increase your curb appeal tremendously. Invest in modern energy-efficient windows and doors. Also, make sure the colors match some other visible areas of your curb.
4. Go with a new mailbox
If your mailbox has been installed for over a decade, then it’s more than likely that it’s outdated and out of style. Your mailbox is seen by every passerby, even those who walk with their eyes down. A stylish mailbox will definitely bestow upon your house an improved curb appeal.
5. Decorate your front door
Your front door is the main entry into your home, thus, the last thing anyone would see before entering your home. A decorated front door makes your curb’s appeal louder. Since it’s Christmas, you have more than enough to decorate your front door with some Christmas spirit.