Improving your home’s curb appeal does not have to mean spending tens of thousands of dollars on renovations and landscaping. You can create a beautiful home inside and out with these budget-saving home front makeover tips:
Time to Tidy Up
The key to enhancing a home’s curb appeal is to make the outdoor space tidy, presentable, and eye-catching. If your front yard is littered with clutter, unused items, or grass has become too long and bushy, then it is time to start tidying up. Start by removing unused items in your front yard. These items could be anything from rusting garden tools, heaps of wooden planks, and dying potted plants.
Once you cleared the front yard of unsightly clutter, start mowing the lawn, trimming the bushes, sweeping the steps, and organizing the garden. You’d be surprised at the difference a little cleaning up makes in your outdoor space!
Define the Driveway
A driveway does more than add value to your home; it has its practical features too! The driveway is designed to eliminate the need to park vehicles on the front lawn. This way, the home front remains attractive even if there are cars parked in the outdoor space. Defining the driveway is an excellent way to achieve a beautiful outdoor look. Of course, this project does not have to entail costly paving and renovation!
You can create a beautiful driveway using compacted gravel finished with two or more coats of Pour-On resin. There are hundreds of tutorials online to guide you through this project. DIY-driveway costs only a fraction of laying a concrete driveway so this is a great project if you want to save money on outdoor makeovers!
A neglected garden is never a good look. Give your garden a little love if you want to create an inviting, stylish outdoor space. Get your garden shears and start trimming the bushes, removing low-lying branches, and organizing potted plants. Water the greenery, add flowering plants, and create new garden beds using affordable timber sleepers. Again, remove any obstruction in the garden that affects the overall look of the space. For easy landscaping, consider planting succulents, small shrubs, and perennial plants.
A Pop of Color on the Porch
Give off an inviting vibe on the front porch by repairing damaged furniture, adding a pop of color, and maybe adding more chairs. You can paint the chairs with a vivid hue to create an eye-catching space. Add a couple of throw pillows to warm up the space and make it extra cozy. Again, make sure the front porch is clean and neat to complement the new and improved furnishing.
A Fresh Coat of Paint
Nothing livens up a space than a fresh coat of paint. To make your front porch extra eye-catching, give it a fresh coat of paint. Use neutral colors because it goes with everything then add a hint of vivid color as an accent! You can check online to determine what colors complement your existing palette and work your way into choosing different color combinations for the home front.