to stain and seal once every year.
Whatever you decide to do with your walkway, ensure there’s no overgrowth anywhere, especially around the concrete or wood itself. Note that incorporating too much in the way of lawn decoration will make your walkway look cluttered and disorganized. If you’re going to decorate your walkway, go easy on the decorations and lawn ornaments. Keep a decent balance, keep it elegant, and don’t go overboard. Though having some is a cute, fun idea that helps to make gardens and walkways pop, it’s a terrible idea to bring in an entire army of them. Keep to a limit of four or five, depending on how big your walkway is, and how full of flowers, rocks, trees, and other aesthetics it already is.
THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR FRONT DOOR
Painting your front door in a color that’s both eye-catching but neutral, as well as matches the overall style of the exterior, is a great way to add curb appeal to sell your home for more. Additionally, a contrast between the overall facade of your home and the front door will amp up your curb appeal. For example, if your house is white or gray and has black shutters, painting your front door red will create a more mysterious essence to it, and bring more beauty to your home — as will adding a wreath on your door, a potted plant by the entrance, or having boxed planters lined up on your porch near the front door. This creates a more positive, free-flowing atmosphere, therefore making your home look more appealing to buyers. Ensure your front door has a fresh coat of paint, that the knob is polished, and that any pieces that need replacing are replaced
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