With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping folks indoors, many have been using this time to make updates to their home’s interior. But what about their home’s exterior? Here are a few easy DIY tips for you to update your home’s curb appeal.
Colorful Spring Flowers
If you’re lucky enough to have a green thumb, you can easily add a colorful pop to your house by planting a few flowers outside.
Potted flowers are considerably easier to do than plating in your actual yard. A simple planter with a colorful spring flowers placed near the front door, or the top of a walkway can significantly increase your home’s curb appeal. Plus, the bright colors will help raise everyone’s spirits!
Get Rid of Those Nasty Weeds
The longer you’ve been in your house, the less likely you are to have noticed how bad your weeds have gotten. Well now’s the time to get the family together for a nice day of weeding. Be sure to check out these weeding tips if you’re new to gardening.
If your weeds are getting the best of you, it may be time to consider some weed killer.
Mulch, Mulch, Mulch
Sure, your yard looks nice, but you know what would make it look even better? Putting down some fresh mulch around your flower beds and your trees! Mulch is a pretty inexpensive way to get your yard looking like brand new again. Bonus: mulch can help prevent weeds from germinating.
Let There be Light!
Some nice outdoor lights can help make your home like nice even at night time. This outdoor light option from Home Depot offers three levels of light (warm white, soft white, and daylight) while also offering various color options. These LED lights also consume more than 80% less energy when compared to standard halogen lights. The “quick-install wire connector” makes set-up safe and easy.
Get That Door Repainted
Painting your front door is a great opportunity to boost your home’s curb appeal. Colors that are more off the beaten path such as orange or teal can add a fun splash of color to your home and can be surprisingly refreshing. Just make sure your HOA won’t bust your chops.
Don’t feel like repainting your door? Try painting the numbers of your house for a more subtle change.
Fix up that old mailbox
If you’re like most of us, then your mailbox probably doesn’t get too much attention from you. Well now’s the time to give it that love it needs. A new mailbox is the cherry on top of a home’s newly updated exterior.