I'm ashamed to admit, I have utilitarian house numbers. Although practical, they have no style whatsoever. Okay, they have a little style but nothing like those in this roundup. After scouring the internets for inspiration and tutorials of DIY house numbers, I think a change may be in order. Stat.
We'll start close to home with Curbly's own Chris and his house number project.
This contemporary number, incorporates store-bought numbers with a pice of Lexan.
Kojo Designs' house number project, is a like a piece of typographical art for outside.
Instead of using something like Lexan, this maker opted to fashion a house number plaque using an old serving platter.
Although you can't tell in this picture,
How about LED house numbers? This video come from Kite Army explains all:
For those who love polkadots, you can't go wrong with a polka-dotted monogram number combo:
This thrifty mom used a wooden plant caddy to make her oh-so-modern house number display. Clever!
This next one was a custom item available on Etsy several years back. Notice that the backdrop is mosaic, not the numbers. That makes a DIY version much easier. For instructions on how to mosaic house numbers in general, check out this post on Woman's Day.
Of course the ultimate mosaic house number project is incorporating the numbers in a mosaic entryway. Someday....