These curb appeal ideas are budget friendly DIY projects you can use at your home in the spring and summer months
You wouldn’t believe me if I told you that the flowers in our pot from our freshly redone mailbox were dead THE DAY after I took the photos. You wouldn’t believe me so I won’t say it. But I’ll type it.
THE FLOWERS IN OUR POT FROM OUR FRESHLY REDONE MAILBOX WERE DEAD THE DAY AFTER I TOOK THE PHOTOS.
Seriously. I can’t make this stuff up. Le sigh. But the good news is that I’m coming at you guys today with a few ways from some other friends to add some curb appeal to your own home for these spring and summer months.
Budget friendly curb appeal ideas
Toni at Girl Just DIY shows you how you can make a weed-free flower bed. So, this would be great whether you wanted to plant flowers or some shrubs. (Which just makes me sing “No, I don’t want no shrubs, a shrub is a guy that can’t get no love from me”. Thank you 90s TLC)
Y’all know how much I love our back porch. I even got out of my comfort zone and decorated it for Christmas and it was one of the best decisions I made decor-ily speaking last year. With that said, ours is in some need of some TLC but sanding, staining and replacing a couple rotten boards kind of most definitely makes me nervous, but seeing what Kenya did and how easy she makes sanding, staining/waterproofing her deck look, I have a little more courage. You won’t believe the before and it for sure is a great of curb appeal ideas that won’t break the bank!
You really can’t go wrong with a DIY doormat, and anything pineapple, sign me up. I’m so sad pineapple is NOT keto friendly but that doesn’t change that I love it and that’s not what this post is about. You can check out how easy this is to make over at Megan’s blog!
Speaking of curb appeal ideas involving your front porch, Sarah at Creative Ramblings has all the makings for some budget friendly colorful goodness! I love that she has a small front porch like we do so it gives me hope we can do something out there. Ours is very uncute at the moment and could use some big big help.
Okay, so maybe this isn’t necessarily exactly a “curb appeal idea”, but it’s an incredible transformation AND a great way for budget friendly outdoor dining! I really like how Marianne breathed new life into this table while making it a great place to dine outdoors! I’ve been trying to think of any idea we can for us to be able to dine outdoors and this is going to be saved for later for my personal use for sure!
Now dust off the crumbs and create some of your own budget friendly curb appeal ideas! But if you’re not ready to dust the crumbs just yet, just pin it below for later.