Networx

Posted by Linda Merrill | Oct 05, 2009

House Numbers

House Numbers

House numbers can be beautiful, they can improve your home's value, and they come in a multitude for forms and styles. But, house numbers are also a safety feature as well. If you call 911 in an emergency, you don't want them wondering which is the right house. A well-placed, visible number sign is an essential that can also be beautiful.

Hand-Painted Slate House Number

This hand-painted slate house number sign is custom made in your choice of font or paint color. Slate is a classic material that stands up to all kinds of weather without fading or breaking apart. Whether hung by the front door or on a fence post, this sign is sure to capture the eye. Photo credit/available at: KeriLouNewYork on Etsy.com.

River's Edge Rustic House Numbers

Faux bois (false wood) is all the rage these days and River's Edge Rustic House Numbers fit right into this trend. Made of cast-iron to look like birch wood, these numbers are perfect for the country home, woodsy lodge or any avid outdoorsman's home. Add a touch of rustic flair to front door or fence. Photo credit/available at: Cabelas.com.

DIY Flower Pot House Numbers

What could be more perfect for the avid gardener or country enthusiast than these adorable DIY flower pot house numbers? A great little weekend art project that is perfect for crafters of any age. The skies the limit when it comes to color and style, so get out your acrylic paints and brushes and don't forget your imagination! Photo credit: evangelines.blogspot.com

Fleur-De-Lys Ceramic Number Tiles

Get some Old World charm with these fleur-de-lys ceramic number tiles. European monarchs of centuries old used the fleur-de-lys symbol to show their nobility and valor. Long an architectural decoration, your fleur-de-lys house numbers will mark your home with style! Photo credit/available at: habitatter.com.

Amber LED Solar Address Light

Up to five digits long, this Amber LED solar address light can be installed in any location without the need for electricity or batteries. This is perfect for anyone with a poorly lit driveway-no one will miss your house again! There is built-in rechargeable battery back-up which gives up to two nights of illumination. Photo credit/available at: Lampsplus.com.

Whimsical Placement of House Numbers

Who said things always have to be matchy-matchy? These mismatched house numbers installed at jaunty angles make for a witty statement on any house front. So, free yourself from having to find house letters in all the same sizes! Let your imagination be your guide as you create your own personalized look. Be safe and decorate the world with humor. Photo credit: Bsheehy8's Photostream on Flickr.

Topiary House Numbers

These topiary garden house numbers are a gardeners dream! Get out your sheers and have at it to create your own personalized house numbers. You'll be sure to be the talk of the town and it's a great use of overgrown shrubs and bushes. Photo credit: Lovedaylemon's Photostream on Flickr.

Recyclted Traffic Sign House Numbers

For an upscale treat, these traffic sign house numbers are a hip way to recycle old street signs into something new, useful, and safety conscious! They are bold and bright and come in three sizes for easy readability. Hand finished by the artist. Photo credit/available at: www.eco-artware.com.

Hand-Painted House Numbers

If you've got a steady hand, or if not you can use a stencil, paint your own house numbers right on your front door, front fence, or garage. Any flat surface will do. All you need it a paint pen to achieve this sharp way of marking your home. Photo credit: itsthelittlethingsthatmakeahouseahome.blogspot.com.

Pumpkin House Numbers Project

Old-fashioned pumpkin carving never looked so good with this Pumpkin House Numbers project. This is a great family project for all ages and highlights the importance of clearly marked house numbers. Welcome trick-or-treaters with a warm light to guide them right to your door. Or, if you want to play a trick-reverse the letters! Boo! Photo credit: www.sunset.com.

blog comments powered by Disqus