47 Eclectic House Numbers

If you're looking for a quick update for the front of your house, consider something as simple as changing your home’s address numbers. It is amazing the difference in curb appeal that this simple fix can make. Perhaps the numbers would be more visible in a different place, or maybe you just need something that fits the style of your home a little better. Whatever the case, an update this easy may be worth a thought. After all, a house that's difficult to find never seems as welcoming as one with an address that's visible, right? More 
Moda Industria
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Address Plaques
CUSTOM EAMES Style House Numbers Oak & Stainless Custom EAMES Style House Number Sign 3-5 digits Classic Eames Poster Wood Type in 3/4" solid oak, hand-painted in a dark burgundy-brown and heavily distressed and sealed. Numbers and hand mounted to 1/16" hand-buffed stainless steel. Mounts with 1/2" standoffs. This should be used in a non-weather exposed area--like a porch or...More
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Address Plaques / Address Numbers
Welcome Home. This modern wall planter adds flair and style to vertical gardening with sleek satin nickel street numbers. Looks particularly great with succulents!
Pottery Barn
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Branch House Numbers
These house numbers are so simple, rustic and classic that they'll fit on just about any style home.
“Address #” — jenjen1234
Moda Industria
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Address Plaques
CUSTOM Steampunk House Numbers in Rusted Steel & Stainless Whether you're a hardcore steampunk enthusiast or simply want to add a bit of victorian sci-fi to your décor this house number sign is for you. Made from 16ga steel and 16ga hand-buffed stainless steel. Each sign is rusted with our recipe of special ingredients and sealed. Since we are accelerating what naturally happ...More
“Steampunk!” — cstephensdesigner
Atlas Signs and Plaques
Musical Notation Plaque 12" x 8" in Silver Nickel
Strike the right note with the Musical Notation Plaque. Some homes, and the families that live there are just lyrical and happy by nature. Here is a way to show arriving guests that they can expect something between a full symphony orchestra and dueling pianos when they enter your personal concert hall. Fun and music are a given fact at your home and this is a great way to proj...More
Grass Numbers
Now this is a new one. Grass numbers are definitely a new way to make a statement. The green stands out perfectly on the orange background. No one will miss this from the street.
“Awesome numbers” — huskeyfitness
La Fuente Imports
Mexican Home Accents
-- 10% OFF all orders through Dec. 3, 2013. Valid through 11:59PM PT #sales #homeinteriors Liven up the exterior of your home with these eye catching Talavera address numbers. Each Talavera address number is hand-painted in Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico, and embodies all the classic charm of Mexican Talavera.
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Atlas Signs and Plaques
Lots of Lovely Leaves Address Plaque 19" x 10" in Pewter Finish
An address plaque in the shape of a leaf would be pretty amazing, but it would be a leaf. What you really want are leaves, lots and lots of lovely leaves. And now you can have exactly that with the Lots of Lovely Leaves Address Plaque. First look at the shape. It is a leaf with your address numbers in well-defined 3D softly rounded numbers. Beyond that, the sign's background i...More
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Here are a few things to consider when choosing your home address numbers:

What style is my house?

Consider the overall feel of your home when determining which numbers to purchase to be sure they'll work well with the style. Modern address numbers look best paired with a modern house, for instance, while a Spanish-style home would look great with tile address numbers.

What’s the best placement for house numbers?

Placement is important for address numbers, or else guests might not be able to find your home easily. Pick a place that is easily visible from the street. This could include the front door or exterior of the front wall of the house. For homes with large front yards, it might be better to consider placing numbers on the fence or the mailbox. Make sure your numbers are legible, and can be read by visitors from as far away as the front sidewalk or street.

Do I need a light near my address plaque?

If after considering the best location it’s still difficult to see your house numbers when it’s dark, consider a small light above or below to increase visibility. Lighted numbers or solar-powered house numbers are other great options to illuminate your address.

How should the number be displayed?

A row of stand-alone numerals are the most typical home address style, but there are plenty of other options too. You could place them horizontally or vertically, or descending at an angle. You could also consider a house number plaque, rather than individual numbers. Some addresses can even be spelled out in letters, rather than using numerals. Or consider custom house numbers for a look completely unique to your home.

Want more ideas for house numbers? Find different styles, shapes and sizes here, along with information on where to buy them.
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