ONE {Spiekermann House Numbers} source: Stewf, flickr

Who would have thought a simple design element like our home address would foster so many choices? Maybe it’s because these one to five (and sometimes 1/2) numbers represent our abode’s numerical moniker, and can stylishly signal to visitors they’ve arrived at the right place. I’m especially excited about these ten house number ideas because my hubby and I are in the midst of a “curb appeal” rehab, and any one of these would add some much needed “bungalow bling”. By the looks of these babies, we’ve come a long way when it comes to house labeling…let me count the ways.

TWO {Metal on acrylic numbers} source: via pinterest

THREE {Flower pot numbers} source:

FOUR {Brushed stainless steel & rusted} source:

FIVE {Neutra} source:

SIX {Rustic metal numbers} source:

SEVEN {Wood planter box numbers} source:

EIGHT {Bicycle numbers} source: Katie Morgan, pinterest

NINE {Painted numbers} source: It’s The Little Things, houzz


TEN {Handmade modern numbers) source:

Stay tuned for the “Before & After” blog of our curb appeal DIY project and which one of these number styles we chose. For how-to’s (numbers: 3, 7, & 10) click on images.

Photography by Skaie Knox, HomeJelly

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