Invest in a new front door or paint your old one, it can dramatically change the look of your home and enhance curb appeal.
Try other easy DIY fixes like repainting the exterior trim, replacing the house numbers or installing new outdoor lighting.
By adding new finishes, lighting and other decorating items, it is possible to create a whole new appearance to an outdated home.
The result is a house with added visual appeal and, many times, a more valuable market price.
There are many ways to update older homes to make them appear fresh and new.
Supplies such as paint do not have to cost a great deal to yield huge results.
Choose frames in the same color for a cohesive look or really mix it up with frames in a variety of colors and sizes.Place a 4-foot, potted topiary on either side of the front door to amplify its prominence.Include new light fixtures on the right and left side of the door in varieties that complement the style of the home.Design by Sarah Richardson Give a plain-Jane ottoman the high-end treatment with these stylish little gems and a hammer.Available at fabric and craft stores, nail-head trim can be purchased as a continuous strip for a foolproof application or as separate nails for a more traditional look. Fill a kitchen bowl with souvenirs from a favorite vacation, then display it on your coffee table — or bookshelf or mantel — for a happy reminder of an enjoyable getaway that will add a touch of far-away color or texture.