4 Quick, Affordable Ways to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal

Door wreath

3. Decorate Your Front Door

Not all front-door enhancements have to be permanent. Seasonal decorations are a temporary way to add curb appeal to your home.

Plus, you can switch things up whenever you get tired of the old look. Seasonal wreaths are easy to hang and come in faux and preserved varieties.

Want to add ambiance to your yard? Add landscape lighting. (DepositPhotos)

4. Install Exterior Lighting

Adding a few lights to your front yard allows you to literally shine a spotlight on your home’s best features.

Landscaping lights are easy to install, and solar varieties are self-sufficient so they don’t put a strain on your energy bill.

Boosting your home’s curb appeal can be as easy as pie and doesn’t need to break the bank, either.

In fact, you can do it in just a couple of hours with the simple projects on this list.

Chances are, your home is already beautiful and just needs a few simple upgrades to really make it shine.

After investing a little time and effort on these projects, you’ll be amazed at the results!


  1. “Only” $75 for paint for one door? That’s not quite “inexpensive” for me. How about:

    Measure your door’s area to be painted. Add 10% to your area to be on the safe side and to have some paint left for touch-ups. Then take that in-square-feet number with you and find a small can of paint, or two small cans, the label(s) of which say they’ll cover that area. Then paint.


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