Making Your Home The Talk Of The Neighborhood

At Scottish Home Improvements, if there is one thing we know a lot about, it is curb appeal.  This is because we are in the business of adding a ton of it to homes in the Centennial/Metro area by adding James Hardie Fiber Cement Siding.  Their siding is by far one of the most beautiful home improvement products we sell, with stunning, fade-resistant colors that turn any home into the talk of the neighborhood and adds instant curb appeal.  While not everyone may be in the market for James Hardie Siding at the moment, there are ways, apart from new siding (haha), to add curb appeal to your Centennial area home this fall. Read below to find out a couple of simple, fun ways to make your home look it’s best this season and to add a little curb appeal as well.

Curb Appeal Is All About The Porch Accents!

Go Vintage

Turning “trash” into “treasure” is a simple way to breathe new life into a front porch.  Finding things like an old bike, rusted metal buckets, or even rustic tools like shovels and rakes is a great way to add a little old-timey flair to your front porch.  If you are worried about it looking too “yardsale-ish” simply add some autumnal garland to take the look up a notch.

Shabby Chic Is Always In!

Besides looking adorable, the best thing about a shabby chic Autumn front porch design is it is cheap!  Things like old wooden windows with peeling paint can be spruced up with a festive design painted on the glass. Or an old wooden ladder is a perfect foundation to set pumpkins or seasonal flowers on as a fall scene.  Let your imagination run wild and stay on budget by keeping your design shabby but creative!

Minimal And Monotone Is Anything But Boring

Probably one of the hardest things about decorating your front porch is choosing a color palette that makes sense with your home’s color and a fear of overdoing it.  Well, stop worrying and just go monotone and minimalistic. Pick one color like maroon and simply buy everything in dark to light tones in that same color. *Hint, using white and neutrals is always a safe bet because they give a high-end look and match any existing home color.

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These are just a few ideas to get your creative juice flowing this fall.  Home decoration is always about personal preference and being confident in your own decisions.  So, get out there and experiment with some fun design ideas from this blog or Pinterest is always a great place to find ideas too.  And remember, at Scottish Home Improvements, beautiful homes are our business. So, when it comes time for you to take your Centennial home’s exterior to the next level, reach out to us about James Hardie Siding choices, for a superior look that will last a lifetime.