Easy Ways to Boost Curb Appeal

First impressions are very important, especially when selling your home. That is why you want to make sure your home looks beautiful inside and out when you are looking to sell. Keep reading for some tips on how to boost your curb appeal – its not as hard as you think!

Fresh Paint

A fresh coat of paint can make any old house look new again. If painting your whole house sounds like way too much to tackle, try just adding a fresh coat to your front door. Your front door is like the face of your house. By adding a bright new coat of paint, you will bring your house to life. Try playing with different paint colors for each season to really have some fun with how your house looks.

Image from Sand and Sisal

Be Proud of the Address

A bright shiny number at the front of your house not only looks good, but it will make potential buyers remember your home. If your house already has numbers, make sure they look fresh, or replace them with new ones. When replacing your numbers, think about the style of your house, and try to pick numbers that will nicely complement or contrast with the look of your home.

Image from HomeBNC

Go Green

Spring is the perfect time to start breathing some life into your front yard. Whether you have fresh green grass growing, a nice garden of flowers and shrubs, or some simple flower pots and window boxes, adding some color to the front of your house is sure to brighten things up. Try adding bark mulch to your flower beds to really make everything come together.

Image from Better Homes & Gardens

Seasonal Wreaths

Wreaths aren’t just for winter! Wreaths can add a beautiful and welcoming touch to your front door and can work for any season. Look for beautiful wreaths in seasonal color pallets made from flowers, herbs, branches, or even unique materials like shells or baubles!

Image from Pinterest

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