Beautiful Inside And Out: Simple Ways To Make Your Home More Visually Appealing

Beautiful Inside And Out: Simple Ways To Make Your Home More Visually Appealing

When you’re looking for a new house, it’s common to focus on curb appeal, but once you move in, it’s very easy to let things slide when it comes to the outside of your house. If you’ve been devoting all your attention to choosing colors, tiles, or carpets, and the exterior is in need of some TLC, here are some simple ways to make sure home is beautiful inside and out.

Grab a paintbrush

If you haven’t tended to your paintwork since you moved or in or you can’t remember the last time you gave the facade a coat of paint, now is as good a time as any to grab your brushes and overalls and freshen things up. Varnish wooden frames, spruce up the external walls and give your front door a new lease of life. Painting isn’t a difficult job, and it shouldn’t take long, but it will make a massive difference to the aesthetic of your home. If you have a large house and you don’t fancy scaling any ladders, ask friends for recommendations and call in the pros.

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Buy a pressure washer

If you don’t already own a pressure washer, now is the time to take a look at and read some reviews. Investing in a pressure washer will save you time and effort when it comes to cleaning decking, patios, and siding. Gone are the days of filling up buckets full of soapy water and toiling away with a sponge. With this handy tool, you can blitz dirt, dust, and grime in seconds.

Get gardening

If you have a front lawn or a backyard, spending a little time mowing the lawns, trimming the edges, and tending to your planters and beds will make all the difference. If the grass is overgrown and there are weeds everywhere, your home will look unloved. Wait for a dry day to do your mowing, and don’t scalp the lawn. You don’t want to end up patches where the grass won’t grow back. Water your plants every couple of days, and get rid of weeds. You can make your garden more visually appealing by adding lanterns, outdoor candles, and a table and chairs.

Clearing the gutters

There’s nothing worse than pulling up in the driveway and seeing gutters stuffed full of leaves or a steady flow of water streaming down the porch. Clearing out your gutters is a simple job, but it can save you time and money later in the year when the weather changes and the leaves start to fall.

The finishing touches

If you want to give your home more curb appeal, you don’t have to spend a lot of money. If you’ve got a porch, adding some potted trees or a hanging basket will brighten up the space and give your house that homely look. You could also add colored shutters, window boxes, or a statement mailbox to make your home stand out. If you’re looking for inspiration, this page has some great ideas.

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Most of us tend to concentrate on interior design, but it’s also important that your home looks the part from the outside too. You don’t have to make wholesale changes to notice a difference. Following these simple steps will create a gorgeous home that’s every bit as impressive on the outside as it is on the inside.

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