Whether you’re planning to sell your home or not, your home’s curb appeal always plays important role. If your home is attractive from the outside, everyone including potential homebuyers will want to see what’s inside. It is not difficult to add some curb appeal matters to improve the expense and appeal of your home. You can begin a facelift for your home from address number, window boxe, walkway edging, garage door makeover and more. Check out below simple, low-cost curb appeal improvements that you can complete by yourself.
#1. Upgrade the look of your garage door by painting faux window on it.
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#2. Did you realize that your address number sits too far from the road? If you want to change something, you can recreate address sign with hanging planter at the corner of front yard that meets the driveway.
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#3. Update your older vinyl gutter system by spray painting them.
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#4. Glue two white pots together to make a beautiful planter that look expensive.
#5. Add a simple edging to any flower beds.
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#6. If your ugly garbage cans can be easily seen from the street, try to hide them!
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#7. Solar spotlights will make your garden or yard look amazing at night.
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#8. Dress up exterior features such as concrete foundations and column footings with stone veneer.
#9. Create a window box with flowers or plants that will add a bit of natural elements to your boring window.
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#11. Increase curb appeal by painting the entryway terracotta pots.
#12. Give your front yard a fresh makeover that looks like a fairytale place.
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#13. Build a pergola over your garage. How beautiful is this touch!
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#14. Brick tree bed will be an attractive element of your front yard.
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#15. Take some bricks and turn them into an eye-catching front yard path.
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#16. If you want a little privacy but still want sunshine, this lattice privacy screen would be perfect!
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#17. Downspout water run off on a beautiful stone bed.
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#18. Stain concrete to look like tile.
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#19. Build a flower bed around trees for another well-contained pop of color.
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#20. Add molding and paint to your front door!
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#21. Hose reel from car wheel.
#22. Pallet Wood Front Porch
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#23. Hang a DIY porch swing.
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#24. Hide your air conditioner.
Hiding your air conditioner is a great idea, but make sure to clean your outdoor ac unit before you hide it. A clean AC unit will work more efficiently and you won’t have to pay for expensive repairs when taking preventative measures.
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