ISSUE 39  |  London Teatime

Curb Appeal: House Numbers from Cornwall

May 11, 2016 4:00 AM

BY Lydia Lee

We like these house numbers from A Short Walk in Cornwall, not only for their curb appeal but also because they are engraved on a unique slate-like material made from recycled coffee cups. The company also has a wonderful story: Previously a product designer at Dyson, Dan Dicker started A Short Walk in 2003 to fulfill his dream of living close to the sea (“a short walk,” in other words). In addition to producing a line of house numbers, Dicker’s firm designs and manufacturers products for organizations such as Amnesty International and Oxfam. Go to A Short Walk for more information.

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Above: Two-digit House Numbers printed in Century Gothic in white measure 6 by 4 inches; £23.95. You may also order custom house signs using different combinations of fonts and colors.