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Welcome back to Week #3 of our Curb Appeal Challenge. If you’re catching up, here are
This week was all about the porch! If you remember, before the refresh, we had two wicker chairs, several planters, and a door mat. These were good staples but with the addition of a few items and flowers, I think you’ll agree that the curb appeal is much better now!
I did my shopping at At Home. At Home is a Home Decor Superstore with every department you can think of- art, decor, lamps, vases, furniture, textiles, housewares, patio and garden, rugs and seasonal items. They have a huge selection of outdoor furnishings perfect for any style and price point.
What I was looking for was some new chair cushions and pillows along with a bright planter to add a pop of color to the porch. I ended up finding this amazing bench to add additional seating on the other side of the porch. It now looks balanced and creates a perfect conversation area.
I loved this bright green planter from At Home. It’s the perfect pop of color especially paired with bright orange flowers.
On the other side, I set up a seating area with the wicker set. By adding new chair pads and pillows, the set looks brand new.
Chair Cushions | Floral Pillows | Green lantern | Green Planter | Black Bench
I love how comfy the porch is now. It is somewhere we look forward to sitting each night and watching the kids play on the driveway. We have already enjoyed a few glasses of lemonade out there!
Here is the before.
And now after!
Next week, I am going to tackle the lighting!
My curb appeal project list:
2.Front Porch Refresh
Stay tuned for the next two Tuesdays for curb appeal updates, a fun giveaway, and to follow along with all the other participating blogs. You can find them all at #curbappealbloghop
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