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Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Kikuchi & Associates Landscape Architecture
Just bought a house only 16 feet from sidewalk with zero curb appeal. This is just lovely.
the appearance that the house is married to the landscape rather than plopped on a lot."Look for the sight lines in your yard. Get a visual from the curb or drive by the space you want to update. "Identify the 'where,'" says Kim Thibodeau of Paradise Restored Landscaping. "The viewpoint that will pull
house to its landscape. The architects and designers we talked with are almost unanimous — landscaping is what makes the biggest difference in exterior appeal. Whether you're aiming for a quick freshening up or a complete front yard overhaul, take the time to come up with a basic plan for your landscape.
“front” — megnel
5 Reviews
Palisades Neighborhood NW Washington, DC
Definite curb appeal. Matching gate and front door
Curb appeal...Major Curb Appeal!...curb appeal
“Colors” — tpremodel
WW Builders Design/Build Associates
Detailed Craftsman Home
foot of usable space. Another benefit to this style home is it lends itself nicely to long, narrow lots and small building footprints. Stunning curb appeal, detaling and a friendly, inviting look are true Craftsman characteristics. Makes you just want to knock on the door to see what's inside! Steven
“Front porch” — urbaninfill
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8 Reviews
Home Front Yards
This home has nice curb appeal
Cute ranch style curb appeal
Curb appeal
“If we do shutters, then this works.” — volkarts
Dorothy Howard AIA, Architect
Custom Homes & Remodel/Additions
Great curb appeal
Show Skye the Colour
Like curb appeal,vines,
Curb appeal
“purple door” — zzcat
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
Entry gate.
8. Increase curb appeal. Make your house stand out with a big change, like a bold new front door color, an arbor with roses or new porch lights. Or, for a quick spruce-up, swap out the doormat and add a few pots of flowers.See more ways to boost curb appeal
Topiary or a water feature are other focal points that could work. I love how the round window in this house echoes the circular shape of the gate.SHOW USGot a gorgeous gate that you’d love to share? Post a high-resolution photo in the comments section below.
“Front door” — glanzerc
Orbit Homes
Trinity 33
Like the shape for trellis by street. Shows how a simple structure adds a ton of curb appeal.
Very pretty lots to love curb appeal
not tiny...but great curb appeal for having garage facing street
Hhhmmmm.....curb appeal.
rock garden for curba appeal
“Arbor” — jgmz
Gregory Davis & Associates
8 Reviews
Lawn Alternative
Front yard flagstone area leading to front door. Wider areas for bench near curb.
decomposed granite near street curb with flagstone interspersed
hate the rocks...but like the curb
StripTry one of these options for your own strip to turn it from hellish to heavenly.Create landing pads. Your visitors will typically pull up to the curb when they are stopping by, so if you thickly plant this area, they will be forced to step on your plants just to exit their vehicle. Give them a place
“Low water plants” — syl1stemail
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