Boosting Your Curb Appeal with Outdoor Decorative Tiles

Whether you’re planning on selling your home in the near future or you’re thinking of staying put for quite some time, it’s always a good idea to make the outside of your home more attractive. A well-landscaped and stylized outside of your house can bring up the appeal of your entire neighborhood, not just your own home. In addition to keeping up your landscaping and cleaning duties, consider how decorative tiles can boost the curb appeal of your home. Read on to learn how you can use decorative tiles outdoors for a more attractive appearance.

Walls

Are there any walls around the outside of your home? Some houses have shorter walls leading up to the front door, while others may have walls surrounding a front porch or back patio. To make your home more aesthetically appealing, consider adding decorative tiles to these walls. The tiles can be strategically placed to bring visual interest to your home, and when you choose custom tiles, you’ll have a completely unique look. Decorative tiles can be arranged in a mosaic pattern, or placed with space between them for a contemporary look. When the tiles are in the front of your house, your guests will have an easier time distinguishing your home from those surrounding you as they drive by.

Patios

Having a patio at your house extends your living space into the outdoors, letting you enjoy the fresh air with your friends and family. Whether your patio is on the front, side, or back of your house, you can use decorative tiles on the floor in addition to pavers, terra cotta, or other patio materials. Choose from square-cut tiles for a patio that has more contemporary elements, or consider more natural, flowing shapes if your patio is more in that style. If you have built-in benches, decorative tile makes a great addition to either the seats or the backrests.

Let Carly Quinn Designs help you boost your home’s curb appeal with beautiful decorative tile. We specialize in custom pieces, so contact us at (520) 624-4117 to discuss your vision for your home. Visit us online for a look at our work.