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How to Revamp Your Home's Exterior

They say it’s what’s on the inside that counts. And while that’s true, if you can make the outside match the inside, why not? Let your personality shine through and rack up some curb appeal by transforming the outside of your home with a little help from the Dallas Design District. 


The doors of your home set the tone for what’s in store for your guests before they ever step foot inside, so make your home’s first impression count. Paint your front door a bold color or choose something more ornate, like a modern steel or classic wrought-iron door from Solara Iron Doors & Lighting.


Swimming and backyard barbecues go together like peas and carrots. Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, Labor Day — get ready for them all with a custom-made outdoor kitchen from Brown Jordan. Love your Big Green Egg? No problem. They can make something to fit around your favorite grill. And make sure you check out their outdoor furniture collection for when you’re ready to bask in the sun after a burger and a dip. 



Playtime is as important for grown-up kids as it is for the little ones. This is why more of your neighbors are building bocce ball courts and setting up permanent cornhole sets in their backyards. And once that sun is blazing hot this summer, nighttime will be a much more enjoyable time to play. To make sure everyone can see, contact the staff at EX Design Group for a custom lighting design.


No outdoor space is complete without somewhere to sit, enjoy a cocktail and take it all in. If you’re ready to ditch the hard plastic seating you got when you were just starting out, you’ll love the variety there is to choose from these days. Hammocks, nests, love seats, swings — the sky’s the limit, and JANUS et Cie is a great place to go to create your own outdoor paradise.


If you’re looking for a serene spot outside to enjoy your morning coffee or make your home the neighborhood hot spot for outdoor gatherings, you’ll find everything you need at the shops and showrooms at the Dallas Design District.

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