35% of Spring Renovations Will Be Focused on This Part of the House

Instead of staring out the window all day at the tundra, get in the mood for spring by sorting out some projects to take on once you can see the again. You won’t be the only one: According to a new study, 35 percent of Americans are planning on tackling outdoor projects this year. Sure, you could endeavor to install a fully grown tree for big impact, but these ideas are a much lighter lift and still up

Let There Be Life!

Take a page out of Reese Witherspoon’s book and invest in a couple of metal tubs to create raised beds. The extra height can end up hiding unsightly siding, and plants will spill over the edges in vines for that purposefully wild look. Shop secondhand sites for used bins; their patina will make it look like you’ve had a green thumb for decades.

Keep the Lawn Looking Great After Sunset

Framing a path in some subtle battery-powered lights, tucked in paper bags, is the affordable feature the front walk—and your night vision—needs. Stick a few stones in the bottom for windier days.

It Black

Sellers, listen up: Paint! Your! Door! Coating it in a glossy black shade can add nearly $6,000 to the value of your home when you list it. 

Water Now, Save Money Later

A bit of watering and seeding the summer heat does wonders for prolonged growth. Maintaining your lawn costs about $270 a year, but doing so will add $1,200 to your ’s value. 


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Original source: https://www.domino.com/content/2021-yardwork-study-diy-ideas/

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