Easy Steal ideas For The Front Of Your Property
If you are looking for some easy and cheap ways to change the appearance of your front garden then look no further. Try some of our simple ideas which can be done over a weekend and on a tight budget.
Repainting timber windows and frames gives an immediate freshness and smart appearance; consider the houses age, brick work and features before choosing a new colour.
Door hardware can be the finishing touches the entrance of your home needs. A lion’s head knocker makes a real statement on the front of your newly painted door.
Add railings or picket fencing to create a smart boundary outside your property. Black railings suit Georgian styled properties making for a rather grand entrance.
Steps or pathways outside traditional properties are crying out for containers full of cheerful colour. If using bedding style plants remember to keep them watered to maintain their good looks.
Modern, Stylish and Contemporary acrylic door canopies are constructed with a stainless steel frame, glazed with clear or frosted acrylic sheets and come in a variety of sizes to fit your door way. It’s a totally modern approach.
Topiary and architectural plants suit this style of property, keep planting simple and sparse. More is less when it comes to colour and textures.
Typography is very popular at the moment in the design scene and works well for modern homes, so choose simple name plaques and numbers in modern and contemporary materials.
Keep your hallway clean and tidy with a smart mail box outside your front door nothing spoils a tidy organised hallway more than a pile of junk mail on the door mat.
Climbing roses are the iconic statement for country homes; soften the brick work and framing windows and door ways. If you are looking at adding a climbing rose make sure its scented to add another dimension.
White picket fencing adds a touch of romance and chocolate box imagery provides a good boundary around the front garden and a back drop to grow other perianal cottage plants.
Window boxes and hanging baskets provide depth and height, you will need to either connect an automated watering system to keep these containers looking in tip top condition or be prepared to water them daily during the summer months. Window boxes look fabulous painted in a contrasting colour to the windows and doors.
Lantern lights or tea lights in jam jars looks spot on in this setting. Try stringing garlands of solar fairy lights in and around the garden for a magical touch when the sun goes down.