6. Cover Up That Cinderblock
Cover cinderblock with panels made to resemble rustic, broken range work.
7. Add Moulding to the Front Door
A pediment over the front door and its sidelights plus a coat of paint makes an entrance look magisterial.
8. Lighting and Plants Make the Front Walk Spectacular
Miniature lanterns planted among flowers and shrubs bring out the beauty of a flagstone path that leads to the front steps.
9. Broken Course Veneer on Risers
Multi-colored, broken course veneers on step risers contrast beautifully with soft gray concrete treads and landing.
10. Bring In a Red Element
A brilliant red bench, planter or chair on the front porch can be seen a long way off, says Houzz.