Does your listing’s curb appeal match it’s architecture? A new guide provides tips on how to achieve curb appeal that compliments a home’s architecture.
The Fypon Style Guide, created with Duket Architects Planners in Toledo, Ohio, provides tips on adding polyurethane products that match a home’s architecture in adding to its curb appeal.
This free guide makes it easy for home owners, builders, and remodelers to add stylish architecturally accurate accent pieces to home exteriors, says JJ Rogers, sales operations manager with Fypon. These are lightweight, easy-to-install products that are designed to complement different styles of homes and eliminate people shuddering as they drive by a home.
See the differences among some of the home styles featured in the guide:
Classic (including Georgian, Federal and Victorian styles): Earmarked by a strong symmetry and design elements that remain timeless, Classic style homes have impressive curb appeal because of their well-balanced front elevations. Exteriors are highlighted by columns, shutters, door surrounds and crossheads. Adding curb appeal: Classic rails and newel posts with trim collars, rail blocks, and baluster panels can enhance these house exteriors.
Arts & Crafts: …read more
Source:: Styled, Staged & Sold