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Don't let that rainwater go to waste. This easy, recycled rain barrel project puts money back in your pocket.

Get step-by-step instructions for creating a rain barrel from a recycled food barrel, plus learn how to make a stylish cover and get rain barrel maintenance tips from HGTV Gardens.

Greet guests and add curb appeal to your home by adding fresh color and unique style to your front entry.

Place a rolling cart to your front porch and add a mix of seasonal decorating pieces, potted plants and flowers. Update the look each season by changing out a few pieces and you’ll be able to use the cart year round.

Try a splash of gorgeous color to boost curb appeal and make your front entry more welcoming.

You can’t miss with a blue-toned red, which is so ubiquitous it’s practically a neutral these days. Shown is Behr’s Morocco Red — it’s like a cherry on top of the vanilla siding sundae.

Try a splash of gorgeous color to boost curb appeal and make your front entry more welcoming.

Gorgeous door- millwork and color, See next pic- shot of door from inside, in plain old, classic white. Try a splash of gorgeous color to boost curb appeal and make your front entry more welcoming.

Try a splash of gorgeous color to boost curb appeal and make your front entry more welcoming.

"Nontraditional colors can trigger an emotional response," Erika says. "This can be used to your advantage in making your home feel more approachable." This purple door adds just enough whimsy to put visitors at ease. Image courtesy of Behr Paints

Try a splash of gorgeous color to boost curb appeal and make your front entry more welcoming.

HGTV Elbow Room's Chip Wade weighs in on the most common home repair questions in the HGTV Magazine series, Talk to a Toolman.

The experts at HGTV.com share 12 quick ways to spruce up your front porch for fall, like adding a DIY wreath, a DIY doormat, seasonal greenery and more.

It's easier than ever to refresh your front porch for the cold-weather seasons. Think rich colors, unexpected accessories and simple hardware switch-outs you can do yourself.