8 Fast Ways to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

All Modern, Gardeners Supply, Anthropologie, Garnet Hill

First impressions count, whether you’re selling your home or in the one of your dreams.  Designers call it “curb appeal” and it’s something you can score -fast and affordably- with stylish tweaks like these.

Anthropologie

The Beekman brushed brass door knocker adds architectural interest in a modern way.  $28.

Anthropologie

Add a touch of European chic with Hotel Numeral porcelain house numbers.  $14.00 each.

Anthropologie

Most door bells are plain ugly. But yours needn’t be with the Moroccan-inspired Saquara cast iron door bell cover. $12.

Garnet Hill

Color up beneath your feet with the Mandala all-natural coir door mat.  $38.

All Modern

Unsightly mail receptacle? Don’t go postal. Go glam with Hinton, a swanky copper-finish mailbox shaped like an envelope. $57.99

Gardeners Supply Company

Get the look of custom-crafted wood and dress up your home with Fairfield polyethylene window boxes. They’re lightweight, nearly maintenance free, have a 15-year guarantee against fading and a 4-gallon water reservoir.  Worth every penny.  $140.

Home Depot

Ekena Millwork board and batten shutter give windows a custom look. Craft of vinyl, these shutters won’t fade, crack, warp or peel and have a lifestyle warranty.  $59.99/pair.

Gardeners Supply Company

The vibrant hue and sleek curves of the tulip-shaped Valencia planter transforms walkways, porches and doorways into stylish focal points. Crafted of non-fade, durable polyethylene, this planter is made to last. It has double-wall construction (so plants have added protection against temperature changes) and a hidden water reservoir, too.  $115.

Curb appeal is all about instant wow. It makes tires screech and by-passers stare. And go green with envy. Isn’t that something every home deserves?

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