{curb appeal}


You only get one chance to make a good first impression – and the same goes for your house! Whether you’re getting ready to put your house on the market, or you just want to do a little sprucing up, the curb appeal of your house is what makes that so very important first impression. If people don’t like what they see on the outside, chances are they will be less inclined to want to see what’s on the inside, and vice versa. So take a little time this spring to invest in the curb appeal of your house. Here are some tips to get you started.

Create beauty with symmetry: Symmetry is not only pleasing to the eye, but it is also simple to arrange. Light fixtures, potted plants and outdoor art work can all be easily arrange in a symmetrical fashion to accent your front door.

Better Homes and Gardens

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Give your home a facelift: Whether you need to replace some old hardware, install a new mailbox or give your entire house a fresh coat of paint, there are many ways to freshen up the exterior of your home. Mark Masica of Hirshfield’s shares some tips for choosing the right exterior paint color in parts one, two and three of this series on painting the outside of your home.

HGTV

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Add architecture: Adding a cute fence or romantic archway can add instant curb appeal. Using these elements, you can define outdoor spaces and gardens to make them feel like an extension of your home.

Better Homes and Gardens

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If you have any questions about choosing the right paint color for your exterior paint project, or you just want some advice or more inspiration, stop in to your local Hirshfield’s!

12 Responses to “{curb appeal}”

  1. {getting your home cleaned and organized for spring} « Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] your home’s curb appeal a facelift with new hardware, freshly potted plants or a new light fixture. […]

  2. {friday finds: colorful curb appeal} | Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] Whether you want to freshen up your home’s look with a new coat of paint, by adding an accent color, or going bold on your front door, now’s the perfect time to get started. Pinpoint the looks you love and incorporate them into your home to add a new level of curb appeal. For even more inspiration, check out this Hirshfield’s blog on curb appeal. […]

  3. 52 Ways to Improve Your Homes Curb Appeal | Health Home Says:

    […] #28 Add Symmetry to Your Front Door […]

  4. 52 Ways to Improve Your Homes Curb Appeal | zippydiy Says:

    […] #28 Add Symmetry to Your Front Door […]


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