A home this impressive needed address numbers to match! So the Landform Design Group had a piece of metal cut in a cool, contemporary style and displayed the numbers along the retaining wall for visitors.
This historic home was built in the 1930s by Hugh M. Woods and features a 4,397-square-foot floor plan, two-car detached garage and even a basement. Gold address numbers welcome visitors and complement the traditional architecture.
A warm wood retaining wall features the home's address number that complements the exterior. Lovely green shrubs and plants fill the landscape, and a gravel walkway leads the way to the front entrance.
With lanterns and flower pots on either side of the steps, the front of this home boasts beautiful symmetry and balance. Large address numbers hang over the door to ensure that guests know where to go.
Concrete stepping stones lead to the home's main entrance and allow visitors to take in views of coconut palms and other plants. Meanwhile, a low retaining wall shows off sleek address numbers, which further complement the modern exterior.
Designed to be "the perfect island retreat," this vacation home in Jamaica includes ocean views and a lush tropical garden. Two stone columns mark the entrance to the property, with a paved path that guides visitors past the plants and towards the main entertaining spaces.
On the exterior, the house's split level design helps visually tie it to its neighbors. The lowest point of one roof meets the neighboring home's roof line. Building over the four car garage and crawl space, the owners maximize storage and workshop space.
To add curb appeal to the front of this chic modern beauty, artificial turf swaps with low water landscaping on either side of the geometric walkway. Frosted glass is used for both the garage and front doors.