Easy Ways To Give Your Home More Curb Appeal

by Judi Cardello 02/17/2019

Whether you’re selling your home or just need to spruce up the front of your home because it’s lacking curb appeal, you can make a difference in a few simple steps. Below, you’ll find some great suggestions to help you bring the curb appeal of your home to a new level to make your home more inviting. 


Paint Your Door


You want your front door to grab attention. That means that you can take a risk when it comes to choosing a front door color. You’ll need to match the front door with your existing exterior home color and style, but don’t be afraid to go bold. Find the right balance for some great curb appeal. 


Light The Outdoors


If you really want to add some curb appeal to your home, you should make it visible both day and night. There are plenty of great ways to add charm to your yard all while adding practical lights to highlight your landscapes and provide safety at the same time. Solar lighting is great for any yard because it doesn’t require any type of electrical work. 


Redo The Driveway


Your driveway is an overlooked part of the outside of your home. You usually just drive in and out to get to your home. Filling in your driveway, repaving it, filling in the cracks and landscaping alongside the driveway can really make a difference. You can bring your driveway from unsightly to an asset with a little TLC. 


Keep Up With The Landscaping


You should never let your landscaping grow tired. Make sure you keep the bushes, flowers, and shrubs along the front of your home updated. Every so often add a new bush or change out your flowers. It can seem like a big project but it really can be rewarding at just how far small changes can go. You even have the option of making these changes gradually. There’s no reason they need to be drastic.     


Change Your Mailbox


This idea seems incredibly simple but it can really add a lot to your home. Your mailbox doesn’t need to be boring. It should be one of the features that gives your home some character. You can shop for a unique mailbox to suit your style or you can create one of  your own.  


   

       Take A Second Look At The Walkway


Your front walkway should be a place that’s inviting and gives an overall feel for your home. Lay cement or stone on the walkway to create a decorative pattern. Line the walkway with cedar, wood chips, or other types of mulch to bring an inviting scent as you walk into the home. 


About the Author
Author

Judi Cardello

A Connecticut native and self-titled household CEO, Judi Cardello is passionate about connecting families with their forever home. She prides herself on being a thoughtful partner and a good listener while delivering results for her clients. Before joining the world of real estate, Judi helped develop, manage and market Cardello Architects with her husband, Robert A. Cardello AIA. Cardello Architects is an established, high-end residential and commercial firm. Located in South Norwalk, CT, RAC provides a full range of architectural services nation-wide. Judi, her husband, and two children have lived in Fairfield for over 19 years and are active members of their neighborhood and school communities. Knowledgeable about public and private schools as well as area amenities, programs, and services, working with Judi means working with a member of the community. She brings her insight, marketing expertise, determination and ambition to Remax Heritage and looks forward to contributing to the success of the organization. Judi has a Bachelors Degree in Marketing and 10 years of experience in marketing and product development with a concentration in international business.