The First Impressions of your home is called Kerb Appeal
The front of this house looks ok, but there isn’t anything that stands out to make it different from the rest. We set to work on this house’s Kerb Appeal and explain how we have done it.
Does your home lack Kerb Appeal?
We show you step by step what we did to this home so you can get your home ready for visitors, especially over the Christmas period.
The pathway needed a good clean, we used a Jet Washer; it has brought the stones up great.
Next, we Cleaned all of the windows, we found this fabulous battery operated Window cleaner, it is very easy to use and you just need to wipe the edges of the windows with a cloth to get rid of any excess. We also wiped down the front door and window sills.
The last cut of your lawn will probably have been around October time and it shouldn’t have grown much more since then. Hopefully it still looks neat, but it will probably need leaves clearing. Either rake these away or invest in an outdoor vacuum, they are so easy to use.
Next, we got to work adding the accessories to the front of the house.
Bay Trees not only look fantastic, they come in different shapes suitable for every home.
The added bonus is you can add them to your bread sauce on THE big day.
We added colourful winter flowers too on the wall.
This is the finished look of the home, some small inexpensive touches make a huge difference. Do you think it looks very welcoming?
For Christmas we have added red bows to the Bay Trees, a Wreath to the door, gorgeous small Christmas trees line the pathway and snowflake lights into the windows.
Please comment below, we would love to hear how you got on with your Kerb Appeal.
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