Three Cool Modern Mailbox Designs to Complement Your Home

August 10, 2015 8:29 pm

Homeowners searching for a cool residential wall mount mailbox to complement the fresh modern architectural style of their home will be pleasantly surprised to find a wide array of cool modern mailboxes at The MailboxWorks, the nation’s leading retailer of residential wall mount mailboxes.

The MailboxWorks has hand-picked and stocked over forty different truly unique, contemporary modern mailboxes from which to choose.

In this article, we will explore three of the most current, stunning and definitely cool modern mailboxes, specifically designed to complement any contemporary home:

  1. Monet wall mount mailbox by HouseArt
  2. Hollywood Red modern mailbox by Knobloch
  3. Modern Vega mailbox in stainless steel by European Home

HouseArt Blue Monet Wall Mount MailboxHouseArt Monet Mailbox

First, we will admire Ginger Bartlett Finley’s wall mount mailbox appropriately christened the “Monet.”  This beautifully designed and hand cast modern mailbox is constructed by Michigan’s HouseArt design company. The Monet wall mount mailbox is quintessentially modern with its boxy simplicity and sweeping arched lid.  Available in both earth tone and bright finishes, such as neon bright pink (shown), green, blue, and orange, these Monet modern mailboxes can make either a subtle first impression or an arresting one.

In addition, the functionality of the HouseArt Monet mailbox is modern as well.  The curved top access door in which the mail is received and retrieved is cushioned with rubber pad inserts to quietly close, and this wall mount mailbox is expertly adorned with one unpretentious but polished aluminum knob.  And installation is straightforward:  mounting the Monet mailbox takes but two screws (included) that are easily placed with the included wall template.

Knobloch Hollywood Red Wall Mount MailboxKnobloch Hollywood Red Modern Mailbox

Next, we will look at The MailboxWorks’ red modern mailbox that is most likely to turn heads:  the Knobloch Hollywood Red wall mount mailbox.

This modern Knobloch mailbox, which has been a European trendsetter for several years, is an estate-sized, large wall mount mailbox that has been German engineered and constructed at the highest levels of quality. The mail slot accommodates large envelopes and magazines and is cleverly hidden by the front swing door panel that opens by key to retrieve one’s mail.  This square front panel features a modern bow curve that is powder coat finished in the most brilliant “Hollywood” red and is set off by the undersized word “POST,” which is imprinted in white letters against this red panel background.

For homeowners who want to draw the eye to the front porch, these Knobloch Hollywood Red modern mailboxes are one of the most attractive up to date mailbox options available.

European Home Modern Vega Mailbox

Third in our line of cool modern mailboxes to complement your home is the Belgium designed, modern stainless steel wonder entitled the “Vega.”  The modern Vega mailbox wall mount is hand crafted by The MailboxWork’s European Home group. However, the Vega mailbox can also be ordered for curbside mailbox installation (simply request the Vega post mount mailbox style).

While the cool Knobloch mailbox features an East to West sweeping front panel design, the modern Vega mailbox design features a front panel that sweeps North to South. The Vega mailbox is elegantly crafted of top quality .08 inch AISI 316 marine grade stainless steel, which is designed to withstand corrosion even when mounted on homes near the sea, where salt water can often corrode mailboxes with lesser grade construction.

Finished in a brushed satin look, the modern Vega mailbox complements a wide variety of contemporary modern architectural styles and, due to its stainless steel color, matches any color palate. Like the Knobloch mailbox, the modern Vega mailbox also features a large capacity for one’s mail (and small packages), and comes standard with an Alloy security lock and two keys.

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