5 Easy Ways to Color Up your Curb Appeal for Under $50

Color Up your Curb Appeal This Weekend: 5 Easy Ways for Under $50

I am betting that you have driven by a house with great curb appeal and thought “I wish I could do that.” Good news, you can. These comfortable, inexpensive ideas will spruce up your home’s exterior in a weekend. If you have been looking for low-cost ways to add curb appeal to your house, try adding color. Vibrant colors will instantly transform drab to dramatic.  Check out these five easy ways to add color to your curb appeal all for under $50.

Paint the Front Door

Let your front door Pop! The cost of painting your door is around $25, and nothing adds curb appeal more than a bright, friendly front door in Oklahoma City. When picking out a color for your entry, think about what message you are conveying your visitors.  Color expert, Kate Smith, states the three most welcoming colors are Tanager Red, Maxi Teal and Convivial Yellow from Sherwin Williams.

Add Colorful House Numbers

Using colorful house numbers is another easy way to increase your home’s curb appeal. You can find a variety of tile house numbers starting at $9.95 a tile from https://www.lafuente.com or get creative and make your own.

Hang Outdoor Art

Adding colorful art to your stone or brick is a smart way to create visual interest in your exterior. Use artwork that is designed for outdoors and made of weather resistant material. Metal stars like these above found at https://www.wayfair.com/ for around $25 each.    

Paint Outdoor Seating

Painting your outdoor seating to compliment your color scheme is an easy and low-cost way to enhance the front exterior. For less than $50 you coordinate the entire look by adding a few outdoor throw pillows and a small garden stool for a side table.

Add Vibrant Plants

Plant bright, vibrant plants and flowers in large planters by your entry door. The color will draw attention to your front entryway as a welcome invitation to your guests. A great time to buy flowering annuals is during your local garden center’s flat sales.