Whether you'll use them to assist the mailman, guide visitors, or just add a decorative touch, these numerical markers come in shapes and colors to suit your style.
Feminine scrolls give these raised brass numerals an added dimension.
A carved and gilded wooden plaque states its case elegantly, without fuss or fanfare.
Hand-painted flourishes in yellow and blue give these ceramic tiles a Mediterranean accent.
Hand-pressed and -glazed ceramic squares make a good match for Craftsman, Prairie, and Mission-style homes.
Fade-resistant sunflowers frame easy-to-read Art Nouveau-style tiles in this high-fired ceramic address plaque.
Large white numbers feature prominently on a 19th-century-style vitreous-enameled plaque from France.
Unpretentious vinyl "peel and stick" numbers have their advantages: super-low cost, wide availability, reliable weather resistance, and, often, a reflective finish. That's fine for a mailbox at the end of the driveway, but definitely lacking in panache for on the house.
Numbers incorporated into a decorative art-glass transom dress up a 19th-century door surround.
Just right for a rose-covered cottage, these molded tiles have lustrous glazes and a vitrified finish that allows them to weather the elements outdoors.
A big beluga makes a friendly statement at a Mid-Atlantic beach cottage.
A cast-iron train engine and hand-painted numbers give this sign a whimiscal feel.
Spare brass numbers become part of the design.
An arched black plate with brass numbers looms large without overwhelming
Brass numbers mounted on an antique wooden mold create a one-of-a-kind house marker.
Rounded-edge "bubble" numbers and a purple-painted mount reveal this handcrafted crackelure heart's playful 1970s spirit.
A verdigris plate with a vine-and-leaf design matches both the lantern and stone work on this city brownstone.
A simple black disk makes a perfect background for clear white numbers on this cottage sign.
A metal grape vine with hammered iron numbers adds a soft touch when set against a rugged stone house.
Simple gold numbers arranged vertically on this powder-coated cast-aluminum plaque continue the line created by the urn and pillar.