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.
The Beekman brushed brass door knocker adds architectural interest in a modern way. $28.
Add a touch of European chic with Hotel Numeral porcelain house numbers. $14.00 each.
Most door bells are plain ugly. But yours needn’t be with the Moroccan-inspired Saquara cast iron door bell cover. $12.
Color up beneath your feet with the Mandala all-natural coir door mat. $38.
Unsightly mail receptacle? Don’t go postal. Go glam with Hinton, a swanky copper-finish mailbox shaped like an envelope. $57.99
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.
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.
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?