Love the "classic" door with the modern minimalist slightly Art Deco backdrop and simple number! great post, great blog.
What a chic door to come home to!pve
Wow! I often design doors with a fixed transom panel to give more visual height but locate the split at the logical place. This example goes all out for full effect, however, even stretching past the second story floor line. And the charcoal gray with white is classic "Hollywood Regency", is it not? Too bad there was not room for wall lights or planters, though. Thanks for the peek!
So lovely...next time you're here, PLEASE let me know! We are long overdue to meet, don't you think?! xxx
i am in lovedebra
So beautiful, and I love the trim in white...definitely Dorothy Draper!!
Wouldn't it be nice if the average home , in the average neighborhood had an interesting detail or two like this?
Love them. I love how Miles R does them in fun colors like kelly green! No doubt he was influenced by Ms. Draper!
I totally want to know who these people are who live behind thee doors. Filing this pic!
I like the font of the address number. It reminds me of Jeeves and Wooster, or an Agatha Christie movie.
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