Spring Curb Appeal: The Colors of Spring

I hope you had a beautiful  Easter Weekend! The holiday and warming weather has us ready to celebrate spring. Each year, we do a series of posts on Spring Curb Appeal. This year, we want to kick it off by sharing inspirational exteriors that highlight the soft colors of spring.  Adding pops of color to your garden, doorstep, and windows makes your home feel pretty and welcoming. Start saving your favorite looks to your Pinterest boards, and check back each Monday this month for more inspiration, ideas, and “how-tos” for boosting your home’s curb appeal. Happy Spring!

Willow Design Studios


Cortney Bishop

Keeping your landscaping a monochromatic green but playing with texture creates a pretty modern feel. We especially like the way vibrant greens pop against white and black exteriors.

Raili Clasen

Planters framing your front door can be an easy and inexpensive way to add a pop of color to your entryway. For ideas, read 8 Pretty Ideas for Front Porch Plants or How to Create Instant Curb Appeal with Planters.

Joanna Gaines

Keeping the landscaping green creates an effortless, natural vibe that works perfectly with the pretty natural wood of this exterior.



Angela’s Cozy Home

A pop of pink makes a pretty statement. We can’t hall have a charming coop in our backyard, but we can copy this wreath in shades of pink.

Lucy Cuneo

Bold pink frames the entrance to this property. Adding flowers to the front of your property, not just along the house, creates depth.

Gal Meets Glam

Planter boxes add instant charm. Here, soft pink blooms look beautiful against shades of green.



The Fox Group

Yellow is such a cheerful color. We like it used here as a pretty highlight to this otherwise green formal garden.


Claus Dalby

Such a pretty planter garden of spring blooms. Your house might not be able to handle this many planters, but a grouping of them would look beautiful outside your front gate, or on the front steps.


Cathy B Graham

Purple is a big color this year in interior design and fashion. It would be fun to bring the pops of lavender you might be adding to your interior out to the front of your house as well. Light purple climbing roses and a border of small pretty blooms look beautiful on this gorgeous Nantucket home.

Photo: Alpana Deshmukh

This stunning wisteria on this white London home is an all time favorite and always worth another look. Climbing vines and flowers become part of your home’s facade and highlight architectural features you love or help conceal those you don’t.

No matter your favorite spring color, adding blooms creates a beautiful home. So many pretty ideas. If your ready for a spring refresh, also be sure to read 7 Ways to Spruce your Stoop. Thanks for stopping by today!




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