The mailbox by the road hasn’t seen a revamp in decades. Your garden is a terrible combination of overgrown and dead. The porch itself is unremarkable and bare. If this sounds familiar, you’ll love these 9 easy projects to improve your curb appeal.
Confession time: our curb appeal sucks. We are probably one of the ugliest houses on our street. The neighbors have beautifully maintained gardens and even the color of the houses are more attractive. It is well past time to update our curb appeal.
As soon as the weather stops going crazy that is number 1 on my to-do list. To prepare, I’m gathering information and ideas now starting with these 9 easy projects to improve your curb appeal.
This box planter is absolutely gorgeous. It’s an easy way to spruce up the look of your home without dropping a ton of cash.
These shutters are another awesome project to improve your home. She used them inside but I think they would look fabulous outside as well. You may need a coat of outdoor sealant on them, but other than that, changes would be minor.
Nothing says budget friendly like re-purposing items you already have. That is exactly what she has done with this adorable planter. Love it!
Need an easy hanging planter to add pops of floral to your porch? This is the perfect project for the job.
Again, this is an indoor project but could work well to update your outdoor brick as well. Our brick is this awful yellowy color that I hate so this is a great solution to change it up (without spending a month painting individual bricks).
A new doormat is a super easy refresh to make your entrance more welcoming. This bright and colorful one is durable and oh so pretty.
If your front porch has a lattice covering on the bottom you can easily update it with this project from Rain on a Tin Roof. This would be an easy way to instantly bump up your curb appeal in a few hours time.
Don’t forget to dress up that garden after you get it situated. This adorable no-sew flag is a fantastic way to add a pop of color!
This is the project I am most excited about. It is incredibly easy but adds an elegant and practical touch to your curb appeal.
Get inspired to tackle your own home improvement with these 9 easy projects to improve your curb appeal. Don’t forget to put your projects in the monthly budget if you need to purchase supplies. Going further into debt for aesthetics is not a good idea.
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