An entryway is a prime location to splurge on gorgeous features, such as the wooden front door or colorful step tiles seen here. With these elements, you don't need much to achieve a polished look, and they will impress potential buyers in the future.
How To: Update Door Hardware with Paint Don& spend money on new hardware for your door just yet. Rethink your existing knobs, locks, and hinges and use metal spray paint for a quick update that is friendly on your wallet and your time.
This wood-and-glass door nearly fades into the background as it's painted the same ivory hue as the rest of the house and could easily be mistaken for a window. Would like this kind of door for the back door.not the front!
Throw in a Curve - Double doors with a subtle arched top are a gracious entry to this brick home. They're painted just a shade darker than the surrounding facade for subtle definition; two copper lanterns flanking the doors give off warmth and sparkle.
When it comes to choosing a Christmas wreath, more is merrier! Twin boxwood wreaths add bold decor -- just tie them together with a colorful ribbon and embellish the loops with leftover ornaments for a pop of color.
Creative Curb Appeal Ideas to Copy Now
Get inspired to make the exterior of your home look chic and inviting. These curb appeal ideas will make your home look the best on the block with charming style and beautiful elegance. #curbappeal #homeimprovement #landscaping
Boost your home's curb appeal without draining your wallet. These simple, budget-friendly fixes—like adding a wreath, painting the front door, or tending to the landscape—will make your home look like a million bucks.
20 Ways to Add Curb Appeal
Perk up your home's exterior and add major curb appeal with these simple and easy ideas. One weekend project, such as painting your front door, adding a few plants to your walkway or installing window boxes, can make a huge difference to the exterior of your home. #curbappeal #exterior #frontdoor #windowboxes