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    How to Increase Curb Appeal on a Budget

    Update your home with a fresh coat of paint on the door and a few do-it-yourself touches that make your entry feel warm and welcoming.
    • Mallory Campbell

      Living Monogram Wreath | Better Homes and Gardens | bhg.com; living, monogram, wreath, plywood, cedar boards, chicken wire, sphagnum peat moss, succulents, wall art, plants, planter, indoor, home, garden, diy

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      Illuminate Pathways Curb appeal doesn't end when the sun goes down. Highlight pathways and trees with landscape lighting. It improves safety and can yield dramatic effects for your home's nighttime appeal. Get exclusive tips to boost your home's curb appeal! Landscape for Curb Appeal Smooth the transition between the street and your front steps by landscaping for curb appeal. A clear, curved path will move visitors to the home's entry and is pleasing to the eye. Surround a walkway with midsize shrubs and flowers; passers-by will notice plant groupings more than individual flowers, making greater streetside impact. Add Container Plants Turn your home's entry into an inviting focal point by adding a few well-chosen and nicely arranged plants on the front porch. Vary the plant and container sizes, and arrange them on multiple levels. Make a fine first impression with our best curb appeal tips. How to Choose a Container Learn how to pick the best pot for your container garden using these helpful tips. Replace Old Walkways If a concrete walkway is in bad shape or is just dull as dirt, replace it with a fresh path made entirely of stone or brick. Visitors access this front door via square pads of bluestone trimmed with brick. Narrow strips of turfgrass separate the squares, which step up slightly with the change in grade from the street to the house. Hang a Wreath Whether placed on your front door or beside it, a wreath is a simple way to personalize your entry. This living monogram wreath was created using spray-painted cedar boards and chicken wire and was filled with peat moss and succulents.

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