How to Enhance Your Front Yard Landscape

How to Enhance Your Front Yard Landscape

Improving your home’s curb appeal is a great way to add value to your home. You can enhance your front yard landscape by creating an appealing design that sets the tone for the rest of your home. Here are three ways you can enhance your front yard landscape this summer that will really turn the neighbors’ heads.

Enhance Your Front Yard Landscape

Use Dark Colors

Dark colors can create a lush look for your front landscape. Using dark-colored mulch, rock and other materials can help you create contrast between the green lawn, trees and shrubs. This also makes your design appear neat and put together for passersby. Dark colors give a look of luxury for most homes and often work well with many exterior paint colors.

Use Bright Colors

Bright colors in your flower garden, trees, and shrubs add to the aesthetic quality of your landscape. You want to choose bright flower colors that off set the rest of your home and that easily pop. This might be bright blues and purples or it could be deep reds and oranges. Whatever colors you choose to use, deep and bright colors are going to do the best for your yard and provide excellent contrast for your entire home.

Keep it clean.

Keeping it clean in the front of the home with fewer overgrown bushes, trees and shrubs is the best way to draw attention to your property. You want your home to be inviting and keeping down the walls that can be created by out of control shrubs and trees is an important part of the process. You also want minimize the number of trees and shrubs that stand between your home and the road.

There are dozens of ways to enhance your front yard landscape. The professionals at Dean Bjorkstrand are ready to help you get the landscape design you have always wanted. If you need assistance designing a beautiful landscape, do not hesitate to contact the landscape design professionals at Dean Bjorkstrand.

How to Enhance Your Front Yard Landscape was last modified: March 5th, 2017 by Dean
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