As we mentally prepare to transition into the fall season, we are big fans of updating your front door curb appeal. Think of the all of the guests that will ring your doorbell in the next few months; whether you have friends coming over for the game, trick-or-treaters looking for a king-size candy bar, or hungry Thanksgiving dinner guests, traffic through your front door will most likely increase.
Maximizing curb appeal not only is a great tactic for selling your home, but for enjoying it year-round. While you can structurally change the outside of your home by adding a porch, columns, rock walls, pathways, and majorly changing the facade of the house, there are many simple fixes that can add a punch.
By adding a welcoming, fresh coat of paint to the front door or shiny, new house numbers, you can easily update the look and feel of your home. Another idea? Update builder-grade front door and garage light fixtures to add personality to your home. Change out the hardware on your door, add some potted plants and keep the lawn under control before the winter season kicks in.
Nothing says “welcome to the neighborhood” like taking pride in the outward appearance of your home both for you, your guests and neighbors.
Here’s some inspiration for creating some major curb appeal: