White flowers are a charming, delicate addition to rows of shrubbery and a great look for a front walk where color could compete with the home. Try planting begonias — they're a versatile choice for white flowers.
Short, delicate white impatiens are another option if you're looking to add interest to a shady walkway but don't want a lot of color.
A row of simple shrubbery flanking the walkway to your front door feels clean and classic. Boxwoods are a great choice for imitating the look of one cohesive hedge.
A burst of color can be so welcoming on a front walk. Bright flowers can accessorize a monochromatic home exterior.
Pansies and zinnias can infuse color and life into your front walk. They are especially appealing for an easy way to add visual interest to a plain white or tan exterior.
Even if you don't have tons of room for a formal parterre or knot garden, utilizing classic hedge shapes along your front walk is a great way to incorporate these beautiful landscape elements on a smaller scale.
The row of boxwoods adds a bit of formality to this shingled home. Easy and affordable pink flamingos show off the homeowner's whimsical personality.
For longer front walks, try incorporating different layers of height. Multiple heights add depth to a landscape and tall shrubs can mimic the effect of a beautiful gate.