Stone steps lead to this adorable orange cottage home with maroon and blue trim. A pair of comfy chairs on the front porch offer a great view of the beautifully-landscaped front yard.
As part of HGTV's Curb Appeal this home has been landscaped with colorful flowers and shrubs that enhance curb appeal and complement the color scheme of the house itself.
When paired with blue siding and white molding, this vibrant yellow door becomes a bright focal point that sets a cheerful tone before even entering this home.
After a mini-makeover from HGTV’s Curb Appeal team, this home’s entryway draws the eye with a bright orange front door, two blue planters and attractive modern house numbers. The brightly colored accents look particularly striking against the home’s gray exterior and porch.
Installing a deck fills the large gap between this house and the curb, and having a few potted plants instead of a huge garden bed makes the yard much easier to maintain. The blue-gray house color and bold orange door also help get the house noticed.
After: Beams were installed into the ceiling of the porch to bring out the house's Craftsman character, and crown molding in each square of the ceiling makes the space feel more like an additional room in the home. The robin's-egg blue door is the perfect splash of color to offset the largely neutral palette.
The simple lines of this Mediterranean-style home are softened with vertical plantings and a strip of green grass flanking the driveway.
This small entryway is big on style. The red door, white molding, and carriage-style pendant light scream sophistication while the adorable mailbox and matching planters add tons of charm.
A dramatic archway composed of wood slats and iron frame blend beautifully with a vibrant stained glass door in this front entry. Painted concrete containers sunken into the ground create a pretty space for planting while leveling out a sloped walkway.
Natural boulders and rocks were worked into the design of this Asian-inspired front yard. Ornamental grasses, pieris Japonica, loropetalum and other low-maintenace plants fit with the garden's Zen feel while being easy to care for so the homeowners can maintain the garden's simple appeal.
This row house stands out against its boring brick neighbors with a pale blue facade and an updated porch. Railings from Railing Dynamica, Inc. and comfy porch furniture from Pier 1 bring this exterior to life, as seen on HGTV's Curb Appeal.
After: A brick path was laid in three different levels with the lowest level at the yard's gate, the middle level at the seating area and the upper level near the entryway. To save money, the window sashes were painted a bold red that popped against the existing house color.
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