Eye-catching house numbers are a quick and easy way to spruce up your curb appeal. They may seem like a small detail, but it is often the smaller details that finish off the bigger picture. The style and placement of the house numbers should reflect the house and your own style. If you are staging a home for sale, updating your house numbers can be a simple way to jazz up your curb appeal, especially if they have been worn or damaged by the elements over time. Here are 10 ideas for adding some style to your house numbers.
Your house numbers can go right on the door. The lower panel frames these house numbers nicely in a color that stands out but doesn’t clash with the great turquoise paint.
A stylish plaque holds the house numbers for this front porch full of charm and character.
You can get creative with the placement of your house numbers, as seen here with large numbers stamped on the staircase leading to the door that fits with the quirky essence of the home.
House numbers are cut right into the frosted glass of this red front door, blending in perfectly with the home’s exterior for a nice clean look.
Brushed metal house numbers pair great with this yellow front door and red brick to add a contemporary flair to the curb appeal.
These house numbers were carved right into the architecture of the home for a look that flows perfectly with the cottage character of the home.
Combine your porch light and your house numbers with numbers that are illuminated from behind, serving two purposes in a stylish way.
For this contemporary home, they turned their house number into an art installation by having it sit right beside the door opposite a plant.
Give your mailbox an update by hanging the house numbers from it rather than painting them on the side.
Don’t overlook your house numbers when sprucing up your home’s curb appeal. They could be responsible for giving it the pizzazz you’ve been looking for.