|Most home’s front entry is the focal point of its curb appeal. You can make a statement by giving your front door a splash of color with paint instead of installing a custom wood door. Wipe down any dirty spots around the knob, and use metal polish on the door fixtures. A front entry should also reflect the home’s interior, so choose a swag or a wreath that reflects your personal style.|
|Adding containers of beautiful flowers will add instant charm to your front entrance. You can find all kinds of beautiful pottery to display beautiful and vibrant blooming flowers in. Have flowers on both sides of your front steps to greet visitors in a fragrant and colorful way.||
If you have a standalone mailbox, inspect it for wear and tear from weather and termites. Give it a new coat of paint, or if you can afford it, install a new one. There are a multitude of mailboxes these days, so shop around and find just the right one to give distinctive flair to your home.
The cheapest thing you can do to improve your curb appeal it to simply clean up. Keep your front porch, steps, and walkways cleared of odds and ends. Loose papers, flyers left on your door, miscellaneous debris should be swept and picked up every day. Keep paths inviting for guests as they approach your home.