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A door sign acts as an initial welcome to visitors, whether it’s to someone’s home, a shop or a company. That’s why it’s important that such signage is clearly designed.
A front door plaque can be inviting and warm, or completely neutral. It can also give a clear message that nobody may go through the door, or that the door is alarmed. Its appearance depends on what the person inside wants to convey. However, the most common option is to place door signage on the exterior door to welcome visitors.
We offer door signs in a number of different designs and materials. Choose from aluminium, plastic, acrylic, brass, wood, vinyl text (contour-cut text and vinyl image) or contour-cut signs (acrylic plastic). You decide yourself how your door sign will look through your choice of materials, fastening device, colour, shape and design. Upload your own image or logo, add the text of your choice and create your unique door sign directly on our Design Page.
What many people initially associate with door signage is a “lives here” sign, a welcoming front door plaque that indicates who lives in the house. Anyone who wants personalised front door plaques should design it to be personal and consider what feeling they want the sign to convey. A unique door plaque does not just indicate who lives in the house, but can also reflect the family’s personalities and interests. Try out our Design Page – there is a significant difference depending on colour, shape and style of text used.
In addition to adorning outer doors, there are a number of other uses for door signage within the home. Personalised bedroom door signs can be used to show which child sleeps in which room. Door signs can also be used to indicate the location of the toilet.
Front door name plates are also excellent for indicating who resides in other premises, such as offices or shops. Such signs can also be used to show opening hours or function as an address sign. In public buildings, it is also common to use door signs to mark the location of toilets, cleaning cupboards or staff rooms.