Okay, so the sunlight is getting shorter and the days are a little darker and grayer. Does that mean your home cannot still have curb appeal? Absolutely not!! Here’s some tips to welcome potential buyers.
Buy a small Christmas tree (or two) to place near the front door. You can decorate with lights and cover the bottom with some burlap.
Try adding some extra lighting outside your home. This will create a warm feeling. Keep those bulbs free of ice and snow.
For safety reasons as well as curb appeal, be sure to shovel the snow from the front walkway and driveway. All paths should be clear and safe.
Cold-weather plants such as evergreens or plants with colorful berries also brighten up your front space.
Lanterns also add a warm, cozy glow. You can place them on your steps on near your entryway.
Hang a wreath on your door. It doesn’t need to be evergreen, super-fancy or expensive.
If you have a place in your front yard, add a colorful bird feeder. This will add color to your landscape.
Painting your door with a bold color will also brighten up your front entryway.
Try painting your mailbox a matching bold color to tie everything together.