Attractive Beacons that
Reflect a Property’s Architecture
Step 1: Determine your mailbox style
We have become so accustomed to the idea that residential estate mailboxes consist of an opening flap on a curved face, that we seldom explore other options.
Mailboxes have evolved.
*Many have decorative faces
*High-Security designs are available
*Chute-styles protect mail from prying hands
*Choose from front or rear access
We purchase quality mailboxes from BudgetMailboxes.com. Many of their designs are made specifically for column mailboxes. Nearly any mailbox design can be incorporated into a brick or masonry curbside mailbox column.
Step 2: Determine your column style
Column mailboxes can be designed with square, curved, or pillar styling. They can incorporate an address plaque and/or multiple mailboxes.
Any column design can be utilized that meets the height and depth requirements established by the USPS for your area.
Stylish Arched Column Mailboxes
Pillar Styled Column Mailboxes
Curved Pillars help soften the flow and can be made from any material including stone, brick, and stucco. These columns enhance the architecture of any home.
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Pillar (or column-style) mailbox columns are often used to incorporate address plaques, architectural elements, or multiple mailboxes.
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Stone Column Mailbox from PLANO
Architecturally pleasing, this Arched Stone Column Mailbox elegantly performs its duty as sentinel.
PLANO Archtop Column Mailbox
In the hands of a masonry artisan, slightly flawed of mis-shapen bricks can be cut in a manner that displays their unique characteristics.
Stone Column Mailbox
Often used as boundary markers, mailbox columns serve a dual purpose when an address plaque is added.
Stone Curbside Column Mailbox
Stone suitable for column mailbox constructions is available in nearly any color. Their variations and hues add interest and beauty to any column mailbox.