I picture this being a great addition to a home with children, teaching them to count every time that they go up the stairs!
No idea what the bold 16 stands for here but it definitely stands out! The interesting black and white font against that green wall is a great choice.
This is a doormat that I think would go great if you're living in Apartment Number 2 or a house with 2s in the number. However, I also think it would make a terrific bathmat or rug for anyone.
The most common place to see numbers adorning the home is at the curb, mailbox or front door where the address is displayed. Make this area different in your home using a unique option such as a neon number sign.
This is a house number that you might see on the outside of a house in Europe. Wouldn't it be great as a vintage piece of art inside the home though?!
Here's another example of a house humber as art. Any type of framed number, with or without an accompanying image, is a great choice for an eye-catching art piece in the home.
The plates hanging on the wall of this kitchen are numbered. Now that's something different!
These little numbered containers could be used in so many different ways throughout a home! They could hold jewelry and other small items or kitchen supplies like coffee. They can be stacked or grouped or laid out in numerical order. You certainly couldn't ignore them if you saw them in someone's home.
Here we've got an eclectic living room with a lot going on in it. However, your eye is certainly drawn to the numbers. A lucky number laid out like this is a bold, visually enchanting option.
Anyone who knows me knows that I adore inspiration boards. I think they make great rotating pieces of art even if you don't use them for anything else. And I definitely support including numbers on your inspiration board!