Curb Appeal {on the cheap} 6/6

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Welcome back to our Curb Appeal {on the cheap} series! If you missed Steps 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5, click on the graphics below to get those tips:

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Step 6 is my favorite step of all because it has everything to do with personalizing your space with things you love!

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And really, that’s the most important point of this whole series. Whatever you do to your home to increase curb appeal, be sure it’s something that reflects the love and personality of the people inside it. You want something that will look like your home before you ever step a foot inside. So work to make it reflect who you are!

Hope you’ve enjoyed this series. I’m looking forward to sharing before & after pictures of the outside my home {hopefully next week!} and showing you what I’ve done – in a rental home and on a minimal budget – to give my home’s curb appeal a boost.

Until then, I’d love to hear what you thought of this series! Anything you’re planning to change – or already changed – in your home because of what you’ve learned? Can’t wait to hear!

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4 comments

  1. Sarah says:

    Our house needs the most love in the going green. We inherited some pretty wonky landscaping, with some bushes planted too closely to the house and trimmed to compensate, a tree that has branches about to poke us in the eye :), and flower beds filled with grass and weeds. Lovely, huh? But we have plans! If we get that stuff done, I would love to do something different about our house number. And then we would see from there. 🙂 Thanks for all the great ideas! Fun and helpful as usual. Look forward to seeing what you all do!

  2. Christa says:

    Sounds exciting!! 😉 but you guys have some other pretty major things going on right now, so I’d say the shrubs can go on the back burner. 😉

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