due to overwhelming order volume for custom work, we have had to stagger reopening of some of the more detailed options.  Personalised round signs will be available to order from February 13. 

lead time for custom work is currently up to 4 weeks from when you have confirmed your design.

We offer a bespoke service, for a quality product with a design that will suit your space.   All signs are made in auckland, new zealand. 

Personalise your home or entrance with a premium quality designer street number.  A large house number, unique family name sign or address sign can totally transform the street appeal of your home.

    • Choose the style and size to suit your home/garden.
    • Choose the type of steel:  marine grade (316) brushed stainless steel, corten steel (intended to rust), matte black or matte white steel. Matt gold is also available for a limited time. 

Lisa prides herself on the quality of her product and uses only premium quality steel.  She does not cut "mild" steel, acrylic (perspex) or aluminium composite material (ACM).   Although far more economical options, they have a limited life span. 

For black, white and gold, each piece is coated front and sides with an architectural coating, Dulux UV resistant "Electro".  The back of most work is not coated as sits against the wall so is not visible. 

All draft designs are in black and white, irrespective of the type of steel ordered. 

Due to the current volume of custom orders, Lisa does draft designs once an order is placed.  She will happily change your order (at the draft design stage) if your address/number/family name works better with a different style to what you have purchased. 

Please note.  More detailed fonts and designs may incur an additional fee.  Final cut for signs will include 2mm steel "joins" so the inners of letters/numbers don't fall out. These joins will be in the most aesthetically pleasing place possible. 

Needing some inspiration?  Check out more of Lisa's custom large house numbers and address signs on her Pinterest board