Home Design Easy: Must Know Outdoor Decorating Tips

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Spring is here and decorating is in the air. We all love putting out fresh new looks in our homes this time of year, but have you thought recently about the outside? Often we’re so busy decorating or redecorating inside, we forget to do the same outside as well. So here are a few quick and easy outdoor decorating tips that will help spruce up the curb appeal of your home:

1. Paint:

You can paint the entire house and trim, or simply touch up the trim alone… either way will make a huge impact on how your home looks to the passing public.

2. Porch or Patio:

If you already have a porch or patio, simply putting new furniture out can make a wonderful difference in the presentation of your home. Alternatively, you can simply buy new cushions or covers for your existing patio furniture. Other quick patio spruce ups can be as simple as putting out a few flowering potted plants, adding gnomes or statues, or putting a small water fountain into the space.

3. Walkways:

Having walkways outside your home add a cozy, homey and inviting feel to the overall outdoor presentation. Just a straight concrete walkway can be spruced up by putting a bit of garden bed edging along each side… putting small solar walkway lights on each side… or planting colorful annual flowers such as petunias on each side. If you don’t already have a walkway and want to create one, I think the prettiest are those made of stone. Add an extra decorative touch by making the walkway curve or wind a bit to your front door instead of leading straight there.

4. Yard ornaments:

These can be as simple as a small bird house, a pole mounted outdoor lantern light, or even a wheelbarrow with flowers. Putting a little something extra in your yard defines you and your tastes, plus it gives your home a more unique personality that stands out from your neighbors.

5. Flowers, Plants, Vines & Bushes:

Probably the most popular way to spruce up a yard quickly is to simply put out some pretty plants, bushes, vines and flowers. Annuals are great for adding dashes of color quickly, because you can usually buy them this time of year in bloom. To get continuous color and greenery, plant some perrenials too. Then once the annuals are starting to die out, you’ll have something to replace them. You’ll also have the added joy of seeing the perrenials sprout again for several years to come.

Do you have your own outdoor decorating tips? We would like to hear them, please share them with our readers!

 

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Daniela Sulek is the founder of Madamesque and the Ultimate Life Transformation Mentor. She shows people how easy it is to enjoy happy and healthy today and attract amazing possibilities and people tomorrow using mind-body psychology and the natural laws. You can connect with Daniela in her private FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/YourLifeYourWayWithMadamesque/

About Daniela Sulek

Daniela Sulek is the founder of Madamesque and the Ultimate Life Transformation Mentor. She shows people how easy it is to enjoy happy and healthy today and attract amazing possibilities and people tomorrow using mind-body psychology and the natural laws. You can connect with Daniela in her private FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/YourLifeYourWayWithMadamesque/

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    Jason

    June 16, 2013 at 1:21 am

    Potted plants, even garden plants, are HUGE right now. People are doing so much to live off the land, and I certainly am. Tomatoes and jalapenos are in my garden this summer. Up next? Maybe an apple tree for fall, though that will take a couple years to grow.

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    Hy Daniela. I just searching about Outdoor Decorating and I thing this is really helpfull. Thx for sharing 🙂

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