Curb Personality

Curb Personality – The countdown is on! Spring is less than two weeks away, and this year’s season of outdoor gatherings and backyard BBQ’s is about to commence! Don’t fire up the grill just yet; it’s important to give a little TLC to your yard before inviting the block over for hamburgers and hotdogs.

Luckily, our team at Highwood USA has created three easy tips for getting your yard into shape with a little curb appeal. Use one or all of our tips and your yard will be rocking a curb personality all season!
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1. Try a Mailbox Makeover – Mailboxes should complement your home and express the personality of the homeowner. Dress up mailboxes by painting or staining the wooden post to match the house’s woodwork or trim. Our Hazleton Mailbox Post is another great solution for those who don’t have time for DIY projects. The luxurious mailbox post is made from Highwood’s eco-friendly synthe...More
“like the post, simple, synthetic, look of wood with low maintenance. simple box. want box and house” — bherren1963
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2. Create New Planting Beds – An easy way to add contrast and color to your home exterior is by adding or revamping planting beds. Key locations would be the front corners of the yard, in front of the house, or along walkways or driveways. Indulge in a mix of plant sizes, colors and textures to frame your home rather than obscure it.
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3. Add Arbors or Corner Fences – Arbors, garden gates and decorative fencing panels will give your yard personality and enhance the curb appeal of your home. Our Pottsville Decorative Corner Picket Fence will help define your lawn or garden space and act as focal points wherever you place them. In addition, our beautiful Hometown Arbor (pictured with tip #2) will add certain p...More
“The fence” — houghtyman
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