Innovative and Creative Mail Boxes
If you're looking for an easy way to spruce up the look of your home, take a look at your old home mailbox and decide if you're ready to replace it with a creative mailbox. You can spend anywhere from $15 to upwards of $500 on a mailbox, so check out our photo gallery on how to beautify and personalize what you've got or where to find new creative mailboxes without spending more than $100. Good luck!
Traditional Bronze Mailbox By Solar Group
This traditional bronze mailbox by Solar Group will only run you $13.48 if you order it online at Ron's Home and Hardware. It measures 21x7x9 inches and weighs 5.5 lbs. This clean-cut mailbox comes with eagle insignia on the door, a post mount, fully assembled latches and aluminum flag, as well as a smooth, rust resistant finish. Additionally, it has a 7-year warranty in case any parts wear down or need to be replaced.
Seasonal Greetings Mail Wraps
Don't let your plain mailbox stay naked - give it some personality with MailWraps magnetic mailbox covers! These colorful pieces of licensed artwork are screen printed on both sides of a tough polypropylene magnetic material. The covers are pre-cut to fit around the flag, latch and hinges of standard curbside mailboxes and can be made to adhere to almost any mailbox material, including plastic or vinyl. Choose from a variety of different designs, including the seasons, holidays, nature, special occasions and more for only $14 per cover! And if you're the kind of person who likes spicing things up year-round, you'll receive a discount when you purchase multiple MailWrap designs at the same time. (Mailbox not included.)
Cloth Covers Stand Up And Out
You can cover up mundane mailboxes with cheerful holiday décor that really stands out - in attention and volume! This candy cane mailbox cover is selling at the Online Discount Mart for only $22.95. It is made of washable polyester with metallic accents and is made with Velcro pieces to snugly enclose most standard boxes. (Mailbox not included.)
Traditional Wall Mount Mailbox
This traditional wall mount mailbox adds a splash of color and style for only $60 with its window grid design and varying color options. The mailbox comes in two forms: horizontal or vertical and you can also choose to use a privacy plate to block mail visibility, at no extra cost. This product is made by Security Mailbox, which takes pride in offering its factory-installed stainless steel locking kits (with two keys).
Diamond Plate Post Mount Mailbox
Do you or someone you know love cars and/or racing? If the answer is yes, then this Diamond Plate Post Mount Mailbox could be the perfect new mailbox for your home. The rust-proof aluminum box features the popular tread plate pattern seen in garages everywhere and is polished to perfection. It also has an awesome outgoing mail flag with a flame design to make it even more unique. The Diamond Plate Mailbox is only $79.99 from Mailbox Works and can be delivered to you within a day of ordering.
Victorian Mailbox Mount
Add class to your door-front by attaching this $80 Victorian mailbox mount to your outside wall. This piece by Security Mailbox is made of die cast aluminum and comes in four different colors. All colors include an adjustable brass mail flap with the word "Letters" engraved in it.
Weaver Copper Designs Mailbox
This stunning copper-wrapped mailbox design of birds in flight is only one of 60 nature and sports designs available through the Weaver Copper Designs Mailbox collection. Each piece of copper in this collection is hand-drawn and wrapped to fit your new steel mailbox with original designs embossed on both sides. For only $89.99, you can choose between an antique copper finish or a plain copper finish on any of the 60 artistic options. The antique look is coated with a protective lacquer and will weather naturally, while the plain copper is untreated and will eventually darken to a natural green hue. (Mailbox included with purchase.)
Do you want to give your family something to smile about every time they walk home? How about personalizing your new mailbox with a classic family photo or a close-up of your pet? You can do this for just $97 online at www.mailboxworks.com. Simply look for their photo mailboxes, choose a rectangle-shaped photo or graphic (full photo wrap around the top of the mailbox costs an extra $20), and upload your image. Go with a standard sized mailbox of either black or white color and then submit your order. Your photo or artwork will then be professionally applied to both sides of your new mailbox in high quality outdoor-grade vinyl. This is a great way to get creative with your mailbox without breaking the bank!
Chiasso Envelope Wall Mount
You'll always know when you've got mail by looking through the frosted glass of this Chiasso Envelope wall mount. The modern, oversized mailbox keeps mail safely locked from nosy neighbors and negative weather. Stainless steel construction keeps the body from rusting and a tube below the mailbox provides the perfect space for your newspaper and magazine delivery. Price: $98.
Silly Bird Mailbox Decoration
Let your existing mailbox be an instrument of laughter and amusement by adding this funny little guy who clearly lost wasn't looking where he was flying... This silly bird décor comes in four sections that are each about 7inches long, including the head, two wings, and tail. Each appendage is fixed to its base with a spring to make it more life-like and bounce-able. You can choose from a variety of hand-painted colors and each one will be given a lacquer finish with UV protection to keep the color you chose. This little guy will surely make your mailbox stand out from your neighbors; it's easily installed and only costs $22.95 from the Online Discount Mart. (Mailbox not included.)
Achla Leafy Leaf Mailbox Bracket
Dress up any existing standard mailbox with this beautiful Achla Leafy Leaf Mailbox Bracket for only $69.95. The bracket is made of wrought iron wood in a black powdercoat finish and measures 21x18 inches, 11 lbs. It also comes with a 90-day warranty in Defects and Workmanship. (Mailbox not included.)
If you've experienced mail theft or simply want to avoid the possibility of it, you might want to consider investing in a lockbox insert inside of your existing mailbox. The example above is made by Mailbox Works and is constructed with extra-strong powder coated sheet aluminum with reinforced hinges to give your mailbox maximum security. Once inserted, you will need an access key to retrieve new mail. But there is still plenty of room above the lockbox within your mailbox to leave your outgoing mail. This insert costs $56. (Mailbox not included.)