Curb appeal really shows off your home and helps to sell a house for retaining maximum value. A beautiful yard can be a head turner. Shows how much the homeowners have cared for their property. With complimentary landscaping and a mix of beautiful plants and flowers, add in attractive hardscaping elements such as stone or brick walkways and driveways, will go a long way in impressing those incoming buyers and making that first impression. The goal is to put your home’s best face forward and to make a unique statement. Grab attention with long blooming perennials mixing colors, textures and heights. A variety of potted plants in different sizes to dress up your entryway. Your front door is the first visual your guests will see and details make all the difference. From the paint palette to the hardware on the front door, a welcoming trellis to display toppling greenery or to add shade cover. For a exterior paint palette, look to neutral and natural hues like beige, gray, slate blue and cream. All are timeless and elegant. Keep paint looking fresh by washing your home’s siding and exterior windows at least once each year. Use a lot of white, very crisp, clean and classic. Trim up the shrubs and trees and add some outdoor lighting for ambience. New mulch will give your flower beds an instant facelift. Curb appeal is all about first impressions and to make your home as visually pleasing as possible.