Christmas is just around the corner, and if you’re like many you’re looking forward to a festive season surrounded by those you love the most! If it’s your turn to host Christmas dinner this year, then it’s likely that you’re beginning to think of ways you can make your home look it’s best so that you can impress your guests with your hosting. We all know that first impressions make all of the difference so today, we’re going to be giving out a few tips on how to give your home some curb appeal this Christmas!
Neaten up your front lawn
At this time of year it’s likely that your garden has become a little neglected. With leaves falling off trees and turning brown, and the weather becoming more wintery by the day, now is a good time to neaten up your front lawn. Give it one final mow, clear the leaves, and remove any dead plants or weeds. You’ll be amazed at how much of a difference it makes!
Replace old doors
Even if your garden is looking neat, the exterior of your home can sometimes be let down by the outdated doors welcoming your guests in. Why not change up your old front door for a fresh one and take a look at these modern garage doors that will completely transform the way your home looks! If your doors aren’t in need of replacing, perhaps changing the door knobs and numbers for new ones might give it that pop you’re looking for!
Decorate with fairy lights
One thing that’s amazing about Christmas time is the twinkling lights that people display. Why not hang some outdoor fairy lights outside of your home to make your home instantly more welcoming. If you’re Christmas mad, maybe you could add some other outdoor Christmas decorations too!
A lick of paint does the world of good
Over months and years of different weather conditions, furnishings, porches and doors can become worn and begin looking a little old. If you’re not keen on replacing everything this close to Christmas, giving them a lick of paint will make the world of difference and refresh the look of your home!
Finally, with Christmas comes colder weather, and that means that your garden may look a little bare. Consider planting some evergreens to keep your garden looking fresh, yet still presentable for your guests!
Most of all, enjoy your Christmas surrounded by those that you love!