Creating an attractive, welcoming home means more than decorating the interior. Enhancing your homes curb appeal will create a more positive first impression for guests and potential buyers, should you choose to eventually sell your home, and even you as you pull into the driveway. Exterior renovations can become big, expensive projects. Below are a few suggestions for ways to create a more appealing home without making a major investment. Read "Inexpensive additions can give your home more curb appeal for you and your guests"
By Roger Hazard
The Grey House is a web series that documents Roger and Chris' renovation of their mid-1800s Italianate Victorian in Upstate New York. Explore the series at www.designhazards.com/tag/greyhouse/.
Want a peek inside our house before the renovations start? Here's a gallery of photos that captures the home as we were moving in this summer. Every room will be undergoing a major change - with many of them taking on new roles. We'll document every step of the process.
POSTS IN THE CATEGORY LANDSCAPE
We're moving to a historic village in upstate New York to renovate an Italianate Victorian house. Read "The Hazards Head For The Hills"
Whether you're trying to expand your precious outdoor living space, block unsightly neighboring yards, or enhance security for your family, here are three methods for boosting front yard privacy. Read "Achieve Front Yard Privacy"
Join us on a tour of our front yard garden in Austin, Texas. Read "A Brief Tour Of Our Garden"
Here's a brief sampling of the array of colors popping up in our garden and the yards of our neighbors here in Austin, Texas. Read "A Taste Of Spring In Austin"
We completely redesigned the interior and exterior of our modern home in Austin, Texas. Come take a look inside. Read "A Peek Into Roger and Chris' Modern Farmhouse"
Some things to think about before the holidaze... Read "Thinking About Listing Your Home Next Year?"