Monday, 26 November 2018

A grand welcome - personalised house sign review

We have lived in our house for over 12 years now and there's lots we have changed in that time, but a fair few things that we haven't - including the old fashioned brass numbers on our porch door! The front door and porch is the first thing you see when you come to our home and it's important to make the right impression.

We had the opportunity to review a customised house sign, courtesy of UK Sign Shop, and I loved the idea of adding a special touch to our home.

There's a large range of house sign styles and materials to choose from, so it could actually take you a long time to make a decision! Hubs and I agreed that we liked the slate signs the most, but I still wanted a bit of a modern edge. I chose a rectangular design with a nice flourish / floral detail to it, then kept the font modern so it would be bold and clear to see from the street. It's the Bluebell Slate House Sign (£28.99) and features a deep engrave highlighted in silver, to combine the traditional slate material with a contemporary finish.



The online design feature is also really easy to use, and gives you a preview of what you finished design will look like, and how changes will look whether it's different fonts or text sizes.

Our porch is white and I knew the sign would stand out here, and add a really nice feature to the front of our home.


Of course, for privacy reasons, I have had to blur some of the details of the actual sign we were sent, but hopefully you can get a good feel of what it looks like.


We were SO pleased with it when it arrived; it was packaged well, the finish was very high quality and it simply looked the business.

From the website

We've been impressed by the service and the products on offer from UK Sign Shop, so if you are looking to add a customised touch to your property, at a good price, then I'd say they are well worth checking out.



* Item was gifted, all opinions our own.

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