Just for Fun: Numerology of House Numbers
(or Apartment Numbers)

We recently stumbled onto something that's never crossed our minds: the numerology of house numbers. While we've always paid some attention to our house numbers, we've never looked at them in this way. For a little time-killing fun, try figuring out the numerology of your house number after the jump...

First reduce your house number to a single digit by adding the numbers together. If you live in an apartment, you have a couple of choices: By simply adding your apartment building's numbers, you will get the "energy" of the building. If you want the "combined energy" of your building and your particular apartment, add your apartment number in with the building number.

Okay, so far so good. We're going to find the "combined energy" of our building and apartment. Here goes: We're adding 1 + 9 + 3 to come up with 13, then adding 1 + 3 for a sum of 4.

So, what do we do with this number? Well, it turns out "Each house number has both positive and negative traits. The trait in which you see the house is up to you. For in other realities there is no negative or positive there just IS. How you perceive the energy is up to you, and only you. If you find that the negative traits are overwhelming, then you should try a house clearing to remove or break up the stagnant negative energy."

Ummm, gotcha. So what does the number 4 say about my home?

House Number 4
This house is one of order and neatness. Most of the repairs are up to date. For this is the house of the builder or professional who likes to climb the ladder of success. To calm the sense of authority this earthly house does well with a lot of indoor plants.

Watch for structural problems with this house.

Positive Colour Suggestions: Blue and gray muted colors, along with the greenery from all the plants.

Wow, that description is actually pretty accurate! Do you want to try it out for yourself? Add up your numbers and go to Think About It for your house numbers' numerology. Share results here, if you like, and let us know if they're accurate. Image: Apartment Therapy SF's Best House Numbers

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Regina is an architect who lives with her husband and children in Lawrence, KS. As a LEED Accredited Professional and longtime contributor to Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn, her focus is on healthy, sustainable living through design.