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Modern Minimal Curb Appeal Ideas

Create a fresh look for your home while embracing your minimalist lifestyle with these simple Modern Minimal Curb Appeal Ideas to help you transform your outdoor space!

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Some good has come out of the craziness of 2020.  Having my husband home a lot more has made it easier to get our list of home projects done a lot faster!  We live in an older house, so it feels like we’re constantly doing something.  This year, we’ve been able to repaint our living room, ceilings, trim, doors, and freshen up the hallway.  And when the weather warmed up, we worked on the outside of our house, painting railings, repairing part of our deck, and working in our garden.

In the midst of repairs and repainting, I’ve done a lot of reorganizing.  One thing I’ve been trying to do over the past few years is embrace a minimalist lifestyle.  I’ve come to realize that there’s so much we end up holding onto that no longer serves a purpose.  Especially with home decor and outdoor decorations!  So if I haven’t used something in over a year, I end up donating it or giving it away.  In the meantime, I’ve been trying to invest in modern, minimal pieces that we can enjoy year after year. 

Modern Minimal Curb Appeal Ideas

 
Upping our home’s curb appeal, while keeping it minimal, is something I’ve been working on.  But I think I’ve finally found my groove.  I did some landscaping last year, planting perennials and bulbs in our stretch of rock garden in our front yard.  Perennials come back year after year, so I don’t have to worry about replanting in the spring.

I’ve also turned multiple pots on our front steps (that started to look like clutter) into one urn planter that’s filled with different types of plants and a solar lantern that lights the way at night.  And an artificial boxwood wreath hangs on our front door for a welcoming touch.


It’s a simple setup, but still adds just the right amount of curb appeal to our home.  Eventually, I’ll add other durable, minimal, and modern pieces to the outside of our home (new house numbers, maybe new porch lights, and I’d love to get a Ring doorbell) and continue to fix up the exterior (like our stairs desperately need a makeover, or at least a good cleaning).  For now, it’s a work in progress.

If you’re looking to minimize your decor while adding some serious curb appeal, check out these items that will help you create a fresh and modern look for your home.

  1. Hello Doormat
  2. Rust-Oleum Protective Enamel Black Paint
  3. Artificial Boxwood Wreath
  4. Brushed Nickel Floating House Numbers
  5. Outdoor Wall Mount Porch Lights
  6. Simple Wall Mounted Mailbox
  7. Large Solar Lantern
  8. Small Outdoor Lantern
  9. Ring Video Doorbell
  10. Classic Urn Planter
  11. Outdoor Flower Pots

Remember – minimizing doesn’t mean that you have to surround yourself with boring decor.  It means simplifying and showing off a few quality accent pieces that make you happy.  Once your cleanup and decorating is done, you can sit back, relax, and enjoy your beautiful outdoor space!

How do you add curb appeal to your home?

 

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