about architectural mailboxes

Architectural Mailboxes was founded in 2000, and spurred by the lack of availability of innovative, good-quality, USPS-Approved mailboxes. Architectural Mailboxes is a certified Woman (WBE) and Minority (MBE) owned company, as well as, a certified Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB). We have operations at four locations: Redondo Beach, CA for all design, development, marketing, sales and customer support, North American fulfillment from two locations: Ontario, CA and Savannah, GA, and UK & Europe fulfillment in Derby, England.

Decorative, residential mailboxes

A decorative, residential mailbox is the ultimate way to enhance the exterior of a home. Secure, stylish and spacious, Architectural Mailboxes has been providing quality residential mailboxes on the market for the last 15 years. Our decorative, award-winning designs can be found gracing some of the country's residences and have been featured on nationally televised home makeover shows.

Form, function and decorative appeal blend seamlessly in each of our mailbox designs, providing an array of premium choices.  All of our decorative mailboxes are constructed from quality materials, which are designed for water tightness, easy installation and maintenance.

At Architectural Mailboxes, we care about security, which is why all of our decorative mailboxes exceed USPS quality standards.  We offer a variety of products with locking capability and a residential mailbox with a one-of-a-kind, patented parcel delivery door to protect against theft.  In addition to the well-crafted line of outdoor products, Architectural Mailboxes most recently launched a beautiful line of cabinet hardware, branded as Wisdom Stone Fine Hardware. Visit the website for a beautiful array of indoor glam!

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Giving Back

Architectural Mailboxes recognizes that the vitality of the communities in which our employees live and work is an important factor in our success. Our company is involved in the community by working with the following organizations and more: