Houzz is the new way to design your home.
hot tube back yard
privecy and shade curtain
pea gravel cenment
Place an orb, a birdbath, a boulder or any other object you love in the front yard.
Make the front walk welcoming at night too. Ensure that it’s well lit and easy to traverse. Small solar lights are an inexpensive way to illuminate the front walk.
Flank the front door with plants
If ferns are your favorite thing, use taller plant stands instead of pots. I’ve used medium-height old metal stools scored at a secondhand shop as plant stands — a pair cost me $15, including black spray paint.
Add a whimsical object. Show off your personal style with an architectural salvaged piece, such as a vintage stained glass window or even artwork — or if nautical is your thing, a giant ship’s wheel.
Roll out the welcome mat. This is a great investment for the rest of your home too, as people will wipe their feet on it before entering and keep your home cleaner. If you live in an area that gets mucky, add a boot scraper.