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One of the easiest and budget-friendly ways to improve your home’s curb appeal is to update your house numbers.

I grew up in a house with books, and even in this age of ephemeral digital media, there is something I love about walls of books. I guess they also add some insulation value to the walls but that’s really just a by-product.

Neither of us are particularly skilled at woodworking, but we’re very lucky on Wolfe Island in that we have a number of excellent carpenters here, not just your average people who are handy with a hammer but really skilled craftspeople.

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Over the winter, we’ve been trying to get a few jobs done in the house: sorting out furniture (post to come soon), building the Japanese room upstairs (which is happening as I write this post, so there will also be something on that soon), and the subject of this post: building-in bookshelves downstairs. So built-in bookshelves were always part of our design.

You can make house numbers from wood, nails, or you can paint the numbers on your flower pots! Here are 15 DIY house numbers ideas that will give your home a little creative “oomph!

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Joe Callnan, who is upstairs working on the Japanese room right now, specializes in historic woodwork and boatbuilding, but also has an interest in Japanese joinery, and for the bookshelves we turned to Jeremy Balint, who has the most beautiful and tidily kept barn-workshop, in which he produces excellent cabinetry – when he gets the time. The shelves were based on designs I drew up originally with no practical knowledge of how shelves would actually be built.