5 Easy Ways To Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal

By: Faith-towers May 07, 2013

First impressions are important. The exterior of your home is the first thing a person sees when they visit your home, and the last thing they see when they leave. These 5 easy tips will have the outside of your home in excellent shape in no time.   

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PAINT YOUR DOOR

1. If you're feeling daring, go bright like like Stephanie did. Check out more colorful door inspiration here. [Photo: Stephanie Lynn]

2. Or try a neutral... it will have more of an effect than you might think. [Photo: Stephanie Lynn]

ADD LIGHTING

3. This moravian star light fixture adds character to the doorway. Find lots of other portico lighting ideas here. [Photo: Our Little Big House]

4. Landscape lights add another, lower level of lighting and can also help to keep walkways well lit. See more lighting ideas here. [Photo: BHG

ADD INTERESTING HOUSE NUMBERS

5. Make your own mid-century modern house numbers with this tutorial. [Photo: Curbly]

6. Or use adhesive window film and cut out your house number with an exacto knife. Read more about window films here. [Photo: Country Living]

DRESS UP YOUR MAILBOX

7. Even small changes can make a big difference. Paint your mailbox flag a bright color that coordinates with your front door like Erin did. See other curb appeal ideas using paint here. [Photo: HGTV]

8. Or buy a decal for your existing mailbox to give it some style. Check out lots of other decal designs here. [Photo: Back40Life]

ADD FLOWERS, SHRUBS AND PLANTS

9. This homeowner has planted flowers and shrubbery in a strategic way to lead the eye from one side of the house to the other. Find more landscaping tips here. [Photo: Lebopilisy]

10. Hanging plants are an easy and effective way to dress up your home's exterior without breaking the bank. Don't they look beautiful? [Photo: The House That Built Us]

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@Amanda I love the idea of a red door... but I might go with a neutral shutter color to balance out the brightness.

I've Often HeArd that ReD Is To Bold Fo A Front Door. What Is Your Take On A Red Door With Matching Shutters?

Yellow doors are so great, I'm glad to hear that you have one KeLLy aNN! It's a wonderful trend....

I've had a yellow door for years! and I just can't imagine having any other color.  I love how people are becoming more experimental with colors on their doors

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