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5 Way's to improve your home's curb appealheart

The curb appeal of your new home sets the tone for what lies beyond your front door and can significantly impact its overall value. Creating a captivating curb appeal that reflects your personal style and leaves a lasting impression on visitors and passersby is an exciting journey.


We have put together five ways to achieve just that.

  • A welcoming Entryway: The entrance to your home is the focal point of its curb appeal. Make a statement by selecting a front door that harmonizes with the architectural style of your house. A pop of colour on your entryway can also add some personality and draw attention, so why not add a stylish doormat to welcome guests with flair. Don’t forget your polished hardware, along with some nice potted plants, or even a bench seat to add a touch of elegance.
  • Lighting Magic: Outdoor lighting not only enhances the safety and security of your home but also adds a touch of enchantment to your curb appeal. Consider installing well-placed and stylish lighting fixtures or pathway lights to guide guests to your front door. Strategically position accent lights to highlight architectural features or focal points in your landscaping. Opt for warm and inviting lighting to create a cozy atmosphere that welcomes visitors and consider using motion-activated light for that added security during the night. 
  • Lush Landscaping: Start by carefully planning and implementing a thoughtfully landscaped front yard. Newly built homes often come with a clean slate, giving you the opportunity to design your dream landscape from scratch. Consider the overall style of your house and choose plants and trees that complement it. Planting colourful flowers and shrubs that are appropriate for your climate can add a pop of colour and vitality. Focus on native and low-maintenance plants to ensure a thriving and sustainable landscape. Incorporate layers of plants and trees to create depth and dimension. Use mulch or rocks to define garden beds and pathways for a polished look.
  • Beautiful Exterior Finishes: A well-maintained exterior instantly elevates curb appeal. It's essential to maintain your outdoors properly, by regularly cleaning the exterior to remove dust, dirt, and rime, it keeps your house looking nice and fresh. Store any outdoor clutter, in a shed or garage to maintain a tidy appearance. Ensure the pathways are well-maintained and weed free, and regularly clean your gutters and downpipes to prevent debris buildup, which can detract from the overall aesthetic of your home. 
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Add character to your newly built home by incorporating unique accents and thoughtful details. Consider installing planter boxes filled with seasonal flowers to add charm and colour to the façade. Add a stylish address plaque, bench, or a striking mailbox to make a significant impact on your curb appeal. Remember it’s the small details that can truly elevate the overall look of your home.

Creating curb appeal for your newly built home is an exciting opportunity to infuse your personality and taste into the exterior design. Curb appeal isn’t only about aesthetics, it also reflects the care and attention you put into your property. By using the five tips, you can transform your house into a striking and welcoming adobe that you’ll be proud to call your home for years to come.

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