Shorter days create a seasonal coziness both inside and outside the home. See how nighttime curb appeal can be achieved with porch and landscape lighting.
You don’t have to get overly complicated with landscape lighting to enhance your home’s curb appeal in the evening. Sometimes all that’s needed is a simple porch light, in addition to leaving a few interior lights on.
Of course, most people don’t like the feeling of living in a fish bowl with windows open and the lights on.
If you don’t want to invest in landscape lighting for nighttime curb appeal, you can just add a pretty porch light that looks great during the day or night.
A full moon over the water always enhances nighttime curb appeal, along with a front yard fire pit.
If your home faces a field or expanse of water, you can leave the shades open at night and enjoy the golden glow from windows unseen by neighbors or passersby.
Thin curtains or shades allow the lights to shine through while providing street-side privacy at the same time.
Someday I want to add a street lamp to the front yard to enhance nighttime curb appeal. I just have to figure out how we’re going to get electricity to the front. Our only outdoor outlet is in the backyard.
A pair of Craftsman style porch lanterns match the outdoor exterior of this pretty home lit up at night.
Add a sprinkling of pathway lights to the front of your home for nighttime curb appeal. Place them in areas you want to feature, like a garden or rock bed.
If you’re lucky enough to live in a waterfront home, you get to double your nighttime curb appeal with the reflection of your evening home.
Early fall is a great time to get outside for a walk in the evening and enjoy crisp air and quaint homes!
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