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25 Modern House Number Designs You May Steal
House numbers are necessary for each home but they shouldn’t always be boring. We’ve prepared some bold house numbers in mid-century modern style – the coziest style of the middle of the 20th century. It’s incredibly popular among home owners and designers and even if you aren’t using it much in your inner decor, mid-century modern house numbers will bring a stylish touch to your outdoor space. Let’s take a look at some ideas!
Modern House Numbers On The Walls
The coolest idea I’ve ever seen is rocking numbers right on the walls, and I mean not only house walls. You may place your house numbers on a gate, on a low wall in front of the house, on the fence that gives your outdoor space some privacy. If it’s a wall of your house, it may be on the porch, next to the door. You may also put the numbers on the front door – whether it’s sliding or not.
modern large numbers attached right to the wall next to the front door is a simple and stylish solution
place the house numbers on the fence that is hiding your home and outdoor space from neighbors' eyes
house numbers placed on the wood plank wall in the front yard space is a cool idea
large aluminum numbers with a brushed finish on a stucco wall look very stylish and bold
large numbers on a sliding gate are a great way to grab the attention of people looking for your house
house numbers on the wall next to the porch os a stylish way to mark the house without using unnecessary decor
this front door, with an adjacent large glass panel showcasing the house number, guides visitors into the home
house numbers placed on the gate is a cool and bold idea that attracts attention
have the house numbers further away from the house, on a short wall made from the same wood as the rest of the house
A sign with house numbers is the most traditional idea ever and it’s easy to DIY. Make a sign of wooden planks and attach some metal numbers to it adding a matching frame. Make sure that your numbers and the wood contrast, otherwise the numbers won’t be seen very well. One more interesting idea is making an aged metal sign with cutout numbers – it looks mid-century modern and a bit rustic at the same time.
a bright hanging plaque displays your house number and adds a stylish pop of color to your exterior
a chic black wall planter with numbers and bright blooms and greenery act as an outdoor decoration at the same time
a grey sign with neon green numbers looks ultra-modern and bold and hints on the contemporary decor inside
a wooden sign with numbers isn't only a mid-century modern but also rustic decoration for your home
an aged metal house number with cutout numbers is a stylish idea for a mid-century modern house
a stylish modern house number display with rich-colored wooden planks and modern numbers attached to the corner of the house
a modern house number sign with wood shims and black metal numbers and frame looks stylish and very laconic
a modern house number sign of light-colored wood, white painted numbers and frame for a bold look
Modern House Number Planters
Wanna add a touch of freshness to your outdoor space? Make or buy an outdoor planter with house numbers! Even if you don’t have a garden, you will easily add greenery to the space attaching a wall planter with succulents, cacti, cascading greenery and even flowers. Don’t forget to create a stark contrast of the backdrop and numbers to make the latter better visible.
a brushed metal round wlal planter with numbers and succulents in it is a chic idea with a mid-century modern feel
a chic white wall planter with succulents and numbers on a white brick wall is a stylish idea
a modern house number idea with a planter with greenery (fake or not) is a cool way to refresh your outdoors
a neon planter with house numbers and succulents and blooms will add a touch of color to your outdoor space
a white wall planter with aluminum numbers and cacti and succulents in the planter for a modern feel
a wooden sign of stained planks, stylish numbers and some succulents in a pastel-colored planter