heath/house numbers.





While researching tile options for my new house, I discovered this collaboration between House Industries and Heath Ceramics: house numbers made of legendary Neutra and Eames number fonts, available in late spring.

Do you have any favorite sources for modern house numbers? It's one of the (unnecessary but exciting) first things I want to fix.

10 comments:

Megan said...

I don't, but I'm bookmarking this particular post. The house numbers at our new house just don't have pizazz. I like pizazz.

jillian :: cornflake dreams. said...

v cool, i would love to decorate with these. xoxo jcd :: stop by im having a custom print giveaway! cornflake dreams

captain kk said...

so freaking awesome! neutra for me :)

Naomi Shiek said...

Here's a wonderful and cheap solution to stylish house numbers found on paperNstitch blog: http://papernstitchblog.com/2011/01/20/diy-idea-cheap-modern-house-numbers/
Good luck!

alli/hooray said...

really cute. we don't need new ones for our house but now I kind of wish we did.

Bethany Joy said...

There are some good sources on this blog post http://design-milk.com/modern-house-numbers/

I really like the Neutra address numbers from DWR - but apparently they're out of stock. But the Modern House Numbers site appears to have some good look alikes! (see the SoCal and Palm Springs fonts)

http://www.modernhousenumbers.com/product.aspx

Bethany said...

update!

found the Neutra face numbers for sale here: http://www.customhousenumbers.com/neutraface/

Amy @ Crooked Stove Top said...

Check out Accurate Images, Inc. I love their huge selection of fonts.
http://www.accurateimageinc.com/Plastics/FontsPlasticNames.aspx

angela hardison said...

thank you everyone!

Jess Taylor said...

Unbelievably, home depot sells neutra lookalikes for about $3 each. I get compliments on mine all the time!!