Mission Style Address Sign
Our Mission Style Address Sign is very similar in style to our popular American Craftsman sign but uses the Eccentric Font which pays homage to the simple lines of Mission Style Furnishings, but with a flair. View the images in the image gallery to see the look of the Eccentric Font and get a better feel for its simple and elegant style. This Mission Style Address plaque should certainly be considered as you bring your home back to its design roots, even if it is not a revamped California Mission Church.
Mission style homes are modeled from the style of architectural design often used in Spanish missions located in California in the late 18th century. The early mission style houses were built from materials that could be collected naturally from California. Wood was used, but the Spanish also incorporated lots of stone, brick, and tile. It is these types of materials that have given mission style homes such a distinctive flair. Although the original mission style homes were first built in California, today you can find these beautiful and elegant homes all over the southwestern part of the United States.
Mission Address Signs
Our mission style address signs are a great fit with your Mission, Craftsman, Bungalow or Tudor style house. They will add a unique and distinctive look to your home.
Our signs are not cast. They are coated with real metal. Our signs are made out of a type of “plastic” (30 pound HDU) that doesn’t warp, rot and is unaffected by weather, so outside is just fine. The metal coating is REAL metal (NOT paint) and chemically bonded to the “ plastic” and won’t flake or peel. We have many mounting options for our mission style address plaques. Read more about our mounting options.
You might also like our American Craftsman Address Sign.