Sunday, January 23, 2011

The Most Amazing Doors I've Ever Seen

The doors, the transom windows, the design, the color, the carved stonework surround all combined  leave me absolutely speechless. From A Cottage In The Woods

Content in a Cottage

6 comments:

Penny Wolf said...

Beautiful!Can you imagine coming home to such art? It actually makes me think of a McCoy pottery pattern.Here is a link to an example of the pattern. http://www.rubylane.com/item/455113-BD0067/Vintage-McCoy-Pinecone-Pottery-Jardiniere

The Queen Vee said...

You've got too many wonderful postings Rosemary to comment on but I must on this one. Visually delightful, oh I do love the French when it comes to design and execution.

Lauren Scheuer said...

..and the weathering, and the architect's proud monogram, and.. I'm with you. It's breathtaking.
Thanks for sharing amazing art!

Colleen said...

Fabulous!

betsy said...

Anyone who could make and sell reproductions of this stunning door would make a fortune.

Cynthia L. H. said...

They knew how to make a statement! I would love to walk through those doors and see what is on the other side! It would be like walking into a kind of fantasy land. There is something quite magical about it!
;^)