Sometimes increasing your home’s curb appeal can be as simple as adding a new planter or mailbox. A quick fix, if you will.
But what about when it’s time for a more in-depth look at your home’s exterior?
What do you do about lighting?
How do you visualize what lighting will look good with your new front door? What about other accessories?
4 Looks for Curb Appeal
The best way to get ideas for upgrading your home’s curb appeal is to browse photos and examples of different looks.
Here are just four ideas to inspire a new look when it’s time for pairing exterior doors with lighting and accessories.
The rectangular lines of the dark Craftsman door call for similar square lines in exterior wall mount fixtures. The doormat’s simple lines offer a fitting welcome.
To compliment a traditional look, these classic Rosetta glass double doors need lighting that’s equally traditional. Brass sconces are the perfect touch, and a full-size rectangular mat in similar golden tones completes the look.
Still a traditional look, both the Verona glass and coloring of this door and sidelight are made a little more modern and edgy with a rustic pendant light and weathered urns.
Classic medium wood tones with black hinges and hardware tie in beautifully with black Craftsman style wall mounts and a clean-lined black mailbox.
Now that you have some visuals, what style are you most drawn to? What look inspires you to enhance your home’s curb appeal?