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.
Modern Seattle Courtyard with Metal Planter and Concrete Wall
A metal planter displays the house number just outside this modern courtyard. Drought-resistant plants fill the rustic container, which accents the contemporary concrete wall that separates the patio from the street.
This cottage-style house is adorned with a brick exterior and natural color tones. The porch is lined with green wood railing. Stone planter boxes filled with blooming flowers add to the charm of this adorable house.
After a mini-makeover from HGTV’s Curb Appeal team, this home’s entryway draws the eye with a bright orange front door, two blue planters and attractive modern house numbers. The brightly colored accents look particularly striking against the home’s gray exterior and porch.
The Matsumotos wanted an outdoor dining area on a covered porch. The tin ceiling was made from the repurposed metal roof from the home's original structure. A hanging planter was fashioned from an old wooden box salvaged from inside the old house.