Make it flow.
Developing curb appeal does not begin or end at the front door. Features should start at the curb and flow to the entry, inviting guests to your home. Plant more greenery, utilizing low-maintenance, native, and drought-resistant plants. Also focus on plants that attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.
Kimberly Varner, ASID, NCIDQ, Kimberly Varner Interior Design
Pick rich accents.
A well-appointed exterior color scheme sets the tone for your curb appeal. Take the time to select colors that are classic and well-suited to your surroundings. Pull it all together with rich accent colors on your shutters, front door, and other architectural details. Don’t be afraid to paint or apply masonry treatments to your brick to really bring the exterior to life!
Ashley Stinson, McCoy Homes, Inc.