Neon house numbers are a fun touch that make a big statement and make sure guests can always find their way. “Our white neon street numbers on the front of the house are very cool,” says HGTV Smart Home 2015 house planner Jack Thomasson. “They were fabricated locally; there’s kind of a neon story here in Austin.”
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.
Finding the perfect size fixture to anchor a large room can be daunting, however grouping the same or slightly similar fixtures together can solve this issue as long as the scale of each fixture is proportionate to the other.
For your DIY wedding centerpiece, gather the following materials: spray paint matching your table colors, ceramic candleholders, small oval photo frames, printable table numbers, vintage saucers, gold crepe paper, scissors, hot glue, foamy double-sided tape and paper rosebud embellishments.
This house number planter box makes the perfect addition to any front porch. Start by staining poplar wood a dark walnut color and seal it well with a water based, satin finish polyurethane. Holes are drilled into the bottom of the planter box section to provide proper drainage for your plants.
Add an element of surprise to your porch or exterior entry with a DIY planter box dressed with integrated house numbers. To coordinate this planter with the rest of the fall decor, it is painted an eye-catching cranberry tone.
In this contemporary living room, chic chairs resting in front of the windows sport letter and number graphics. Turquoise blue curtains hang just in front of those windows to control light and add a splash of color to the neutral space.