Four Steps to More Curb Appeal
Columnist Kathy McCleary talks to design experts to find out how to makeover her home exterior and landscaping without spending a bundle.
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An easy detail project that provides a big bang for the effort is simply edging the lawn, says Nickerson. "Just having a crisp edge on a lawn really has visual impact." Nickerson also uses pots to fill empty spaces in the garden, making sure the pots have a common look, such as a combination of terracotta pots and glazed pots with terracotta interiors.
Finally, don't forget to tidy up. Curb appeal also means a place that looks neat and clean, the kind of place you'd like to live.
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