Don’t underestimate the power of curb appeal. Modernist metal house numbers send a message. We’ve rounded up ten favorites which are easy to read from the street and have clean lines to complement any architectural style:
Above: Made in India and lacquered for outdoor use, raw aluminum House Numbers are $9.95 each at CB2.
Above: Modern House Numbers made of brushed aluminum are 4 inches high and come with mounting hardware; $39 each at Rejuvenation.
Above: Neutra Modern House Numbers designed by architect Richard Neutra are available in two finishes including aluminum and black and are currently on sale for $22.95 apiece (marked down from $27) at DWR.
Above: House Numbers made of architectural grade stainless steel and available in ten finishes included brushed steel as shown; $17.99 from All Modern.
Above: Made from recycled aluminum, a 3/8-inch-thick Modern House Number is available in three heights from 4 to 8 inches; $28.99 to $38.99 depending on size from Modern Dwell via Etsy.
Above: Hillman Group 5-Inch Elevated Nickel House Numbers are available at Lowe’s for $5.98 each.
Above: A Custom Metal Address Plaque handmade of 14 gauge steel with up to five numbers is $135 from Urban Mettle via Etsy.
Above: Available in ten finishes including white bronze light (as shown), a 2.75-inch-high House Number in Century Gothic font is $69. For more information and retailers, contact Rocky Mountain Hardware.
Above: Architectural Numbers by Weston lets you choose your font, material, and finish; the company then custom-manufactures your number and/or letter combination. Select from 41 font styles (including Helvetica, Futura, and Times Bold) and 12 different finishes, and from sizes ranging from 2 to 18 inches high. For more information and prices, see Architectural Numbers by Weston.
Above: The Signo House Numbers and Letters by Blomus are made in Germany of stainless steel; $26.99 each at Lumens.