Exclusive new designs by Francesca Grace Studios
We’re delighted to announce three new house signs, designed exclusively for Selene Signs by Francesca Grace Studios of Brighton. If you’d like an exciting new image for your house number or name, then choose from Toadstools & Ferns, Columbine or Hummingbird, all of which come in a circular format and can be personalised for you.
Our Toadstools & Ferns house or cottage sign is perfect if you love nature, with its woodland design set off against a deep indigo blue, suggesting twilight in the forest. It is printed on our silver finish, so your house number or name appear in silver and the whole sign has a translucent, faerie feel. The Toadstools & Ferns custom sign will appeal to lovers of nature, cottagecore or even goblincore, with its magical scene reminiscent of vintage book illustrations.
The Hummingbird design cleverly suggests découpage paper art by adding shadows to the silhouettes of bird and columbine flowers against a teal blue background. If you’d like a fresh and unique style for your front door, this sign will give years of pleasure.
The Columbine house sign uses similar imagery to our Hummingbird sign, but in a glorious colour palette. If you like the maximalist look and want a sign that adds zing to your front door, the Columbine sign will fit the bill.
All the Francesca Grace signs measure 20 cm in diameter and are printed on HD aluminium using dye sublimation. This means the image is absorbed into the surface instead of sitting on it and so won’t flake or peel. Our signs are weatherproof, fade resistant and come with a five-year guarantee. They are only 1 mm thick, so water runs off the surface and the sign doesn’t rot, rust or attract moss. Only minimal cleaning is required, using a wet or dry soft cloth.
The lightweight aluminium makes the sign easy to put up, with no DIY skills needed. There are no screw holes to spoil the design, and we recommend using heavy duty velcro pads that will stay up through storms and all weathers (supplied for UK customers). At the end of its life, the sign can be recycled alongside other household metal waste