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6 Ways To Transform Your Home's Curb Appeal

March 27, 2018

6 Ways To Transform Your Home's Curb Appeal


We all know that first impressions carry a lot of weight, and the same is true for your home. The goal is to have such a charming home that guests (or future homebuyers) are dying to see inside from the moment they pull up to your house. It's the front entrance that has the power to entice or deter folks so make a few of the 6 updates mentioned here to transform your home's curb appeal today. Don't forget to share your before and after pictures with us!


1.) A dutch door is a must do! It's one of our favorite home updates that literally invites the outdoors in. Just swing the top half open, and your guests and family are sure to love the function (and style) of this entry upgrade!

                                                                   Blackband Design


2.) Window boxes, along with fresh landscaping, are an instant, easy way to add color and charm. For a farmhouse cottage feel, install rustic wood boxes, or for a more modern feel, select an iron or metal silhouette. 

                                                        Design by Joanna Gaines


3.) Swap out your shutters with wooden ones or layer on a fresh coat of paint. They add dimension, accentuating the windows and lines of your home. In other words, shutters act like mascara to your front elevation. I mean...who leaves the house without mascara on?!? :)

                                                              Kate Marker Interiors


4.) Update your exterior lighting. This simple change dramatically transforms the curb appeal of your home by better illuminating your entryway and adding fresh character that makes your home look more current.

                                                             Cortney Bishop Design


5.) Build a front walkway. When laying your walkway, use stone, brick or concrete for a welcoming entrance. You could even line it with pavers for an extra special detail.