Charlotte is filled with eye-catching housing with tons of curb appeal inspiration. From the traditional Queen Street 1920 homes to the freshly built Lake Norman homes, if you’re looking for curb appeal ideas, Charlotte has it. When we first moved here, all I wanted to do was drive around and look at all the different neighborhoods and the homes with amazing curb appeal. I believe that your home’s curb appeal is your homes first impression.
So if you need a little help with your own curb appeal I’ve taken note from almost every home and Charlotte neighborhood and complied my top ten list! It doesn’t take a lot of money or effort to overhaul your homes exterior, just a little Charlotte inspiration. Below are tons of curb appeals that are bound to inspire and help you create your ultimate front yard on whatever budget you are working with.
South Charlotte is filled with vintage inspired homes whose charming front yard gardens and greenery. Take your green thumb to your curb appeal with potters and garden trinkets.
Nothing says the south like a monogram wreath! It’s the perfect way to personalize your entrance and welcome your guests.
A porch swing is the ultimate way to show off your laid back self in true souther style. If you don’t want a swing a wicker chair or wooden rocking chair will do just fine!
What is more American than hanging the American flag on your front steps? Or try displaying your State’s flag on your front step.
Upcycled Bikes made into potters really draw attention to any house.
Charlotte temperatures are perfect for year round porch sitting. So why not use your front porch for a potting station, mudroom, or even breakfast nook.
What to add more traditional look to your curb appeal? Add window boxes to brighten up the exterior of your home.
House numbers will add a little flare to any blank canvas.
To create symmetry outside your home the easiest thing to do is to place potted plants in pairs.
Mailboxes are a staple for any home’s curb appeal. Stand out with a colorful or retro-inspired mailbox (you’re mailman will thank you).