Evergreens in the Front Yard
If you have evergreen trees, your front yard can look beautiful in all seasons. Evergreens are versatile and come in a nice range of sizes, shapes, and colors. You could plant cedar hedges or boxwood around your property and pot some evergreen plans for some added porch appeal.
Celebrate Each of the Holidays
Subtle flags and decorations can give your home a cozy feel and bring some color to the front and back yards during the winter months. Just don’t over do it. Having Christmas lighting and decorations like Clark Griswold in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation could send potential prospects running for the hills!
Bring on the Lights
You’ll want to keep things bright as the days are dark for longer periods of time in the winter. Use floodlights to showcase the architecture of your home or put in walkway lighting to show people the best path to your front door. Flank main doors with decorative sconces or lanterns.
Add Some Simple and Elegant Bling
Maybe some shiny garden globes to improve the look of your garden in the winter months. Maybe some shiny door. column, or porch decorations.
A Good Looking Lawn
Even though the grass isn’t green you can still keep the lawn looking tidy by periodically raking up leaves and other debris.
Get Rid of Gutters Clutter
Leaves can accumulate in your gutters so make sure they are clean. You want potential buyers to know how well you have cared for you home over the years.
When the trees are bare, potentials buyers can see the exterior of your home clearer than in any other season. Paint that is faded or chipped will stand out like a sore thumb.
Tom Reese can give advice on Curb Appeal and what works best when trying to sell a home. Tom also knows many landscape and interior design professionals when a major undertaking is needed.
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