• Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Charleston After

    This Southern home got a curb appeal facelift with new paint, wings, windows, shutters and custom-designed cornice work.   See the Image

  • Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Charleston Rear

    Close attention was paid to the rear of the house as well, though one cannot actually see if from the curb. Unsightly trash bins and garden equipment all have their place, hidden from sight.    See the Image

  • Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Outdoor Sconces

    Installing a new sconce is a great way to boost your Southern home's curb appeal. We like these dangling sconces from Lantern & Scroll's NeoCharleston Hanging Group.   See the Image

  • Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Bluff Plantation

    The Charleston home is surrounded by age-old Live Oaks, sculpted hedges and a trimmed lawn.    See the Image

  • Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Bluff Plantation 2

    Down South, nothing says welcome home better than a front porch, a rocking chair and something sweet to drink.    See the Image

  • Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Beaufort, SC

    Frederick + Frederick also helped boost the curb appeal of this 1930s home. The palm trees and Spanish moss hanging from the Live Oaks are a mark of Southern charm.    See the Image

  • Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Farmhouse

    This traditional Southern farmhouse has a charming wraparound porch, Ipe hardwood flooring and custom-made cedar shutters. The paint is from Sherwin Williams. The siding is Charleston…   See the Image

  • Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Address Plate

    A decorative address plate like this one from Ballard Designs is a great curb appeal accessory.    See the Image

  • Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Rocking Chairs

    These rocking chairs are handmade by the Brumby family in Marietta, Ga. When Jimmy Carter was President his Brumby rocker boosted the curb appeal of the White House.    See the Image

  • Southern Architecture Curb Appeal, Victorian

    Featured on HGTV’s Restore America as well as Old House Journal, this 1885 Queen Anne Victorian was completely renovated in 2000. The home is located in Kershaw, S.C.    See the Image