The way a home looks from the outside can make a big impact on people’s first impression. The front is the first thing people see either by driving down the street or coming to visit your family. If your home is looking a little drab on the outside, don’t worry – there are some awesome and easy updates you can do either today or this weekend that will have your home looking newer and more beautiful in no time. We have rounded up 9 great updates that will increase your home’s curb appeal instantly.
1. Change Your House Numbers
For an instant update to your home, switch up the address numbers on the front. It’s an incredibly easy update that you’ve probably never even considered before. It can easily be done in a day and will make a big impact on the way the front of your home looks. Choosing numbers that look a little more modern and simple will bring your home into the 21st century and instantly update it.
(Head over to Go Haus Go for more great DIY projects like this one as well as home decor inspiration).
2. Add Flower Boxes To Your Windows
If you don’t have a lot of room to plant greenery in the front of your home, build some flower boxes for your windows. It will allow your home to have some extra greenery and color. The boxes themselves will also add character and interesting architectural details to your home. This update may take you a whole weekend to accomplish, but once it’s all done you’ll be so happy you spent the time doing it.
(If you’re looking for more outdoor projects for your home as well as other great DIY projects, head over to Kruse’s Workshop).
3. Paint Your Front Door
A great way to add a pop of color to the front of your home is to paint the front door. Often times painting can be a big and large job that most people dread. However, one door is a small enough job that will probably only take one day to do. It will add lot of interest to your home and your entry way will now become the focus of the front of your home.
(After re-doing 3 homes, Young House Love has all the expert advice and tips for DIY home projects).
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