Enhancing Your Curb Appeal This Fall

Your curb appeal is the first thing you and others see when they pull home to your home. Professionals in the industry say there are small DIY projects that can really make a big impact on your curb appeal this fall.

1. Introduce Fall Color

One of the things everyone enjoys during the fall season is the trees changing colors. The fall months bring cooler temperatures which can kill off your beautiful flowers. Try adding some seasonal plants to your yard to keep the variety and color.

“My favorite way to increase curb appeal during fall is by incorporating seasonal plants and flowers. This not only adds a pop of color to your front yard but also creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere,” says designer, David Mason.

2. Seasonal Decor

Celebrate the fall with seasonal decor. A nice fall wreath and some pumpkins around your front door will give your home that inviting touch. If you are not into pumpkins, then use an ornamental cabbage or mums.

“Embrace the spirit of fall by incorporating seasonal decor elements,” suggests professional landscaper and founder of The Plant Bible, Zahid Adnan. “Displaying pumpkins, hay bales, and cornstalks around your entrance or garden area can instantly evoke the cozy ambiance of fall and grab attention,” he suggests.

3. Lighting

Lighting in an outdoor space can transform it into a cozy nice area. When the sun goes down, the outside of your home can still glow with a welcoming feel with warm lights on your porch. You can also string lights around your porch or use solar-paneled stakes bordering your yard.

4. Keep It Tidy

A nice yard with good curb appeal is based a lot on how tidy the area looks. During the fall this is especially important because of all the leaves falling off of the trees.

“Regular maintenance is key to maintaining curb appeal. Keep your garden well-maintained by raking leaves, trimming bushes, and cleaning up debris. A tidy front yard landscape not only looks aesthetically pleasing but also signals that your property is well-cared for,” says Zahid Adnan of The Plant Bible.

5. Lawn Maintenance

The last tip is to keep your lawn looking healthy and fresh during the colder seasons. During the fall and winter months, you will need to keep your lawn fertilized.

“Keep up with regular lawn care, including mowing and raking leaves, to maintain a tidy appearance. Your curb appeal will instantly be up,” says The Home Guidance blog, Mohammed Ahmed.

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