Top Ways to Boost Curb Appeal This Spring
Front Entrance glo-up
A warm and inviting front entrance is bound to make a lasting impression. Decorating your front porch with flowers and plants or adding a colorful spring wreath to the door are all great ways to bring some life into your space. If you're feeling bold, try painting your door a fun color!
Layered Door Mat
Chances are, your door mat has been walked all over. An old-looking door mat can make or break your front porch aesthetic. Try replacing it every-so-often to keep things looking fresh and to help prevent any dirt from tracking into your home. A layered door mat look is an easy way to create some eye catching contrast and is an easy way to show off your personality.
Freshen up your sidewalk
A dirty sidewalk / driveway is an easy way to make your home not so inviting. Hosing it down with some water every week or so can help to keep it clean from dirt, leaves and all the other things that nature loves to throw at us.
If you really feel like doing some deep spring cleaning, you can mix 2 cups of Simple Green Oxy Solve Concrete and Driveway Cleaner with 1 gallon of water in a separate container and scrub. Scrub the sidewalk in sections using a soft bristle brush or deck brush.
Wash the windows
Wash those windows! This one might seem like a no-brainer, but keeping your windows nice and shiny is a must for boosting curb appeal.
This spring, why not try out a wildflower garden? Although a manicured grass front lawn is nice, there's something so whimsical about a garden full of blooming wildflowers. This will absolutely be a unique focal point of your home and is guaranteed to boost curb appeal.
Add pops of color
Adding pops of color around your front yard is a fun way to showcase your personality, brighten up your space and boost curb appeal. Show your front porch furniture some love with vibrant throw pillows or invest in some unique potters for your plants.
Accent your windows with planters
Show your windows some love with box planters. This can be easily customizable to fit your style. Match your planters to the color of your home, go for a neutral wooden vibe or try a fun pattern! Whether you choose to plant flowers, succulents or green plants, window planters are a nice and cozy touch to your home's curb appeal.
Lighting up the front of your home isn't just for the holidays! Try running string lights through the trees in your front yard, or if you have a covered front porch, run lights back and forth across the ceiling. Light up a path with in-ground lights through your garden or along the sidewalk to your front door.