Wondering how to paint your front door and add curb appeal? This colorful spring porch update shows you how to take a boring porch and make it beautiful!
Today we are talking about adding curb appeal in a colorful spring porch update.
While we’re still working on our bathroom storage built-ins (and a few other projects, like always #remodelaholic), this week we took a couple of hours to add some curb appeal to our 1970’s rambler and update our front porch so it looks as welcoming as we feel about the change of seasons.
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Colorful Spring Porch Update
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We painted our front door back in the fall around the same time as we painted the interior doors.
For spring, we cleaned it up and added a few easy spring-ready decorative accents… just in time for March’s in-like-a-lion windy and cold weather!
I’m ready for that lamb to come bleating through the breezes now.
Products in our spring porch update
Several of the items (such as the tall white planters and topiary balls) we picked up at our local At Home store — it’s one of our favorites!
But since they don’t always have things online, we found some similar ones for you below.
We’re still a house divided — do you like the white wreath or the yellow wreath best?
Whether you’re updating your porch, your mantel, or your home for spring, a small refresh can be just the thing to let go of the end-of-winter gray to welcome in the spring color!
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Here are a few of our favorite spring door decor ideas:
And be sure to read more about our favorite ways to update curb appeal, too:
Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.