A guide to the fonts we use for our house signs, house numbers and letterboxes
Ariel is a sans serif font renowned for its simple elegance. Its clean, uncluttered lines usually suit more modern and urban homes.
One of the benefits of Ariel is that you can use a more funky motif without fear that the two will clash.
If you're looking for a contemporary feel to your house sign then this will appeal to you.
Audiowide font will (probably) only suit modern homes and businesses and looks great in stong bold colours.
Bangers font is loud, fun and funky. It really says something about who lives at the property.
Use it with strong colours for maximum impact or tone it down with more subtle colours.
Black Ops has a stencil almost military feel. Probably not ideal for a country cottage, this font is better suited to more industrial or urban areas.
Bradley Hand is a relaxed, friendly and informal font for relaxed, friendly and informal homes.
Again, this is a friendly and informal font that creates a pleasant sign.
Caesar Dressing is fun and eccentric. You won't be a boring, normal person if you like this. You'll love to be different and unique.
All the fun of the fair, Carnivalee Freeshow has the spirit of the circus.
Coming soon is simple, friendly and cheerful.
Dancing Script is one of our most popular fonts. It has a simple, uncluttered elegance that adds style without pretentions.
The most fun you can have on a house sign.
Gaelic font is popular in Wales and Ireland and works especially well with a national motif - shamrock or red dragon.
If the BBC was a font it would be Gill Sans. Solid, formal and without fuss.
Graduate has an American feel to it. Confident and loud, it produces a very clear sign in upper case type.
Helvetica is a simple and elegant, modern font. Jass it up with a fun colour or motif, or simple leave it understated in white or cream.
Lato is an alternative to Gill Sans
Park Lane is an art deco font. Very stylish on granite and slate signs.
Permanent marker provides a casual feel and can be jazzed up with a funky motif.
Snowburst One is a delightful font with little touches of eccentricity and fun. It is one of our favourites.
Rather like an old typewriter, this retro font is unusual and fun. Use it with a fun motif for a unique house sign.
Times New Roman
Times New Roman for a high quality, more formal feel
Unusual and distinctive, this font will give you a memorable and unique sign.
Unifrattur Maguntia has an ancient feel to it and should be used wisely.
Hopefully this little guide to fonts has been useful to you. You are very welcome to give us feedback and offer your own thoughts.