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How Doors Can Instantly Improve Your Curb Appeal

Whether you like it or not, first impressions matter. And when it comes to your home, your front door is a major contributing factor to that initial wow factor. 

Luckily, there are a few relatively easy improvements you can make to boost your home’s curb appeal. Ahead, we’re covering four front door fixes that will instantly enhance your home’s facade. 

New Front Door

Front doors tend to take a beating — they have to endure humidity, freezing temperatures, rain, and more. It’s natural for a front door to show some wear and tear over the years. But if you’re considering selling your home soon or simply looking to make it a bit more attractive, a new front door makes more difference than you would think. Although it takes up relatively little space compared to the rest of the house, a front door is a signal of what’s inside, and can either age a house or make it look more well kept. 

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Updated Hardware

A new door knob and knocker can completely change the look of your exterior — talk about small but mighty! Pack a big punch by upgrading your hardware. There are a wide range of styles and price points available, and so you should have no trouble taking door design up a notch without hurting your piggy bank.

A Fresh Coat of Paint 

Instantly make your home more vibrant with a fresh coat of paint on the front door. Especially with the right color, a freshly painted door can make a home feel brighter and newer. Plus, it’s an economical improvement — a gallon of paint will only cost you about $30 and an afternoon of painting. 

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Add a Wreath

Instantly add charm and homey vibes by adding a wreath to your front door! With so many fun, seasonal options available, you’re sure to find one that is well-suited to your style and personality. Big and bold or minimalistic in style, a wreath can be an inviting touch and a quick home improvement win. 

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