18. Install floating shelves.
Floating shelves are a great way to kill two birds with one stone. Not only do these shelves add color and pizzazz to bare walls, but they can also give you more storage space for all your gadgets and gizmos in under 60 minutes. Win-win!
19. Paint your front door.
Nothing makes a statement quite like a colorful front door. And if you’re looking for home improvement projects that won’t take up too much time, painting your front door is a great one.
“A quick change to your front door can do wonders for your home’s overall appeal. Make your whole outside look vibrant and fresh with a coat of new paint in a beautiful color such a sunny yellow, glossy black, Kelly green, or fire engine red and watch your curb appeal come to life,” says Basher.
20. Or paint your garage.
It doesn’t matter what the inside of your garage looks like. The outside, on the other hand? Well, your garage door is part of your home’s exterior, so it plays just as much a part in its curb appeal. That’s why, if you’re looking for ways to add value and appeal to your abode, you should consider repainting your garage door. This project is cheap, simple, and shouldn’t take more than an hour.
21. Plant some flowers in the front yard.
You might not pay as much attention to it, but your yard speaks volume of your home’s appearance—and if you neglect it, it will only serve to counteract all of the hard work you do inside. But it’s easy to use your outdoor space to your advantage. Spend an hour or so planting some pretty flowers and bushes, and you’ll find that both the inside and outside of your home feel brand new.
22. Repaint your front porch.
Between the snowfall in the winter and the rainfall in the summer, odds are that your porch is in need of some serious TLC. Thankfully, it’s surprisingly not all that time-consuming to give your outdoor area a new coat of paint. The best part? It’s naturally situated outdoors where there is a nice breeze, so it’ll be dry before you know it!
23. Upgrade your mailbox.
Everyone needs a mailbox for their letters and bills, sure, but that doesn’t mean that the outdoor accessory has to be plain and simple. From vintage-inspired hanging boxes to handcrafted wood ones, there are plenty of mailboxes out there that are easy to install and can quickly improve your home’s curb appeal.