Sometimes, it’s tough to pinpoint exactly what’s off about your curb appeal. If you’re selling your home, your curb appeal has to make a great first and lasting expression to sell the property at a great price. With this in mind, check out these suggestions that could instantly elevate your home’s curb appeal:
A clean and neat front door.
Essentially, it has to be clean and painted. If you have transoms or sidelights, get into the habit of cleaning them inside and outside. Simple improvements, such as coordinating your outdoor light fixtures, door knocker, and house numbers to the style of your house would make a huge impact.
An inviting front path.
It’s important that your front path is clean and easily accessible. You wouldn’t want people to trip or slip because of clutter and obstacles along the way, right?
The right style and scale of architectural details.
Look at your front porch from the other side of the street. Check out each and every detail to figure out if they complement the style of your home or not. Perhaps you have a more traditional-looking home, but your door is on the contemporary side, or maybe those porch posts are too big for your home’s façade.
The perfect door colour.
If you feel that your façade is boring, exterior painters say that you could amp it up by painting your door. If you’re unsure what colour would suit the overall look of your house, look at your exterior paint and complement it or choose a contrasting colour that would make your door stand out.
The right trim colour.
Maybe your window trim needs a more cheerful colour or your white trim could be crisper. Perhaps, your dark window panes would look better with a contrasting exterior trim.
A breath of life.
Whether colourful blooms, potted plants, window boxes, or hanging plants, these could easily add life to your curb appeal.
A great-looking and organised façade is not only memorable and more inviting — it could also attract or repel potential home buyers. Consider these suggestions to invite potential home buyers inside your house and hopefully, sell your home at the best possible price.