Our maritime and beach house signs reflect your love of the sea and are perfect for homes by the coast or for anyone who likes nautical style. The triton shell house sign is based on an illustration from a vintage archive and is reproduced in superb detail in blue on a white background, with a blue border. The sign measures 20 cm in diameter and will look great on your seaside villa, cottage or beach hut.
Please include your house name, number or address in the personalisation box, or add your own words for a unique gift as a decorative wall plaque. Enter any words either in CAPITALS or Upper/lower case, exactly as you wish the lettering or address to appear on your sign.
This beautiful house sign from Selene Signs is printed on glossy white aluminium by dye sublimation. This means the image is absorbed into the surface of the aluminium rather than sitting on it and doesn't flake or peel off. The signs are weatherproof, fade resistant and come with a five-year guarantee.
The lightweight aluminium makes the sign easy to put up, with no DIY skills needed. There are no ugly screw holes to spoil the design, and we recommend using hook and loop pads that will stay up through storms and all weathers (supplied for UK customers). At the end of its life, the house sign can be recycled alongside other household metal waste.
Delivery: all our house signs and wall plaques are made to order, so delivery will be within 5-7 working days in the UK or EU; longer for other countries. As a small company, delivery times may be affected by our own holidays, but we will aim to let you know. Orders are usually dispatched by courier and we will give you estimated delivery dates in advance.
Care of your sign: our signs are only two millimetres thick, so rainwater runs off them and doesn't collect on the sealed surface or top. Cleaning usually only requires a quick rub down with a wet or dry soft cloth. But please don't use abrasive or chemical cleaners that may damage the surface.
"Everything I hoped it would be and looks really good on the bricks of our coastal bungalow," Jill, Norfolk.