Here are some easy and affordable ideas to boost your curb appeal!
A do-it-yourself starburst provides a color counterpoint to this garden-fresh door color (Clever Mantis, #HGSW2224). Flanking container arrangements feature Sky Pencil holly as the backdrop for petunia and calibrachoa. Smaller pots hold gerbera daisies on the left and, on the right, another helping of petunias, verbena, dracaena, calibrachoa, and lobelia. A floral welcome mat picks up the theme. #DIY #lowes
As if the door mounted flag (#756386) weren’t welcoming enough against the sunny color selected for this front door (Emberglow, #HGSW1104), a pair of majesty palms wave their greeting in the breeze. More subtle color comes from the crossandra, coleus, and calibrachoa planted beneath the palms, with coleus, petunia, and dracaena in the smaller pots. A DIY parquet welcome mat can be painted the color of your choice (Clever Mantis, #HGSW2224, and Untamed Yellow, #HGSW1174, shown). #lowes #DIY
Give a bold red door (Red Tanager, #HGSW1062) an equally bold patriotic theme, starting with a basket of gerbera daisies and flags at eye level. Hang a flag (#204455) from a metal pole (#3631) and add smaller staked flags in pots painted to match. Majesty palms rise above red and white gerbera daisies, petunias. The red, white, and blue welcome mat is a project you can make in a weekend. #holiday #DIY #lowes
Reinforce the front door color (Fore and Aft, #HGSW1324) with a matching welcome mat (#667771). Then send guests a greeting with a pot-mounted flag (#756383) on a metal pole (#3631). Soft touches include Eugenia topiaries standing tall over petunias, lysimachia, and verbena. Smaller pots hold dracaena, petunias, and lysimachia, while a door-mounted basket showcases gerbera daisies. #curbappeal #spring
Dwarf Brush Cherry is an attractive, compact evergreen that develops vivid bronze-red new foliage throughout the year. Sporadic tiny, creamy white flowers are followed by edible purple-tinged fruit. In its natural form, it makes a tidy hedge or low border. Trained topiary forms are perfect for border accents or gracing an entry way in containers. #Monrovia
Outdoor fall decor tends to be dominated by Halloween, and all the jack-o-lanterns, fake gravestones and giant cobwebs that come with it. Even though we're getting close to the holiday, you can easily opt for a front porch scheme that will look just as good in November as it does in October.