• Curb Appeal Makeovers for Craftsman-Style Homes

    Watch John Gidding and the rest of HGTV's Curb Appeal team overhaul the landscaping and exteriors of these Craftsman-style homes.   Watch the Videos

  • Craftsman Curb Appeal: Paint With Pops of Color

    One of the most popular architectural styles in the country right now is American Craftsman, which originated in the final years of the 19th century, experienced a revival in the 1930s, and has…   Read the Blog

  • Midcentury Modern Curb Appeal: Santa Monica Residence

    Boosting your midcentury modern home's curb appeal can be as simple as adding a retro mailbox, hanging a new door or as major as a full renovation. Browse these photos for inspiration.   See the Gallery

  • Midcentury Modern Curb Appeal: Santa Monica Residence

    This midcentury modern home is warm and open to nature. The landscaping is an important focus, with a rock garden, koi pond with waterfall, dry Zen garden and expansive front lawn.   See the Image

  • Midcentury Modern Curb Appeal: Duplex Mailbox

    These sleek mailboxes outside a California duplex are highlighted with midcentury modern-inspired numbers, rubber plants and decorative rocks that help retain water and moisture.    See the Image

  • Midcentury Modern Curb Appeal: Hollywood Hills

    Landscapers recommend choosing indigenous plantings like these yuccas to give midcentury modern homes more appeal. The red mailbox makes the ultimate statement that you've come home.    See the Image

  • Midcentury Modern Curb Appeal: Japanese Maples

    Thomas Porter of Everything Outdoors, a landscape company in Atlanta, recommends using plantings that are indigenous to the region and plants that "are not going to die."    See the Image

  • Midcentury Modern Curb Appeal: Eichler Expansion

    Klopf Architecture of San Francisco carefully restored this early Eichler from the inside out.    See the Image

  • Craftsman Curb Appeal: Plant Colorful Flowers

    "Overgrown shrubbery and trees can make even the most well-designed and maintained house look uninviting," according to the experts at The Plan Collection. "Sometimes, these shrubs and…   See the Image

  • Craftsman Curb Appeal: Add Mulch

    Sharon McRill of the Betty Brigade suggests getting rid of all dead plants and adding a layer of mulch under shrubs, trees, and in the flowerbeds to 
make the yard look cared for. Mulch comes in…   See the Image