Thursday doors…something for everyone

Posted: April 11, 2019 in Thursday doors
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Every recent visit to France so far has included at least one visit to Plombières-les-bains.  Unfortunately, this visit, our favorite restaurant was closed, but we enjoyed walking through the town, looking in shops windows, having a bit of lunch elsewhere.   The church was closed for restoration.  But there were as always plenty of doors.  This first set leads to a restaurant that we’ve never found open, not far from a tea shop we’ve never found open.  Mysteries, mysteries.  The name, by the way, means “Roman square.”  The restaurant is located on the square and the roots of the town are definitely Roman. The look, however, is more Art Deco.

© janet m. webb

For those who like something a little more modern.

© janet m. webb

Finally, for those who enjoy shabby chic, or maybe just shabby, something done so well in France…

© janet m. webb

for Thursday Doors

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Comments
  1. Su Leslie says:

    The Deco doors are fabulous. Shame the restaurant wasn’t open for you to see the interior.

  2. Prior... says:

    cool trio – and the last one – the word dilapidated came to mind – ha – but love the “story” it had

  3. Sheree says:

    Typically French collection of doors, particularly the “shabby chic!”

  4. Love the doors and the window treatment.

  5. Norm 2.0 says:

    Nice finds. That first one has a number of interesting elements to it, including that color. The last one is crying out for some TLC.

  6. Sue says:

    TheArt Deco doors are great, but I do like a bit of shabby!

  7. Your lovely photos make me long for a trip to France, Janet. Maybe next summer we’ll get there.

  8. Dan Antion says:

    Wow, Janet. When you said “something for everyone” you really meant it. That first door is over the top. I also kind of like the shabby chic.

  9. joey says:

    That shabby paneling in the last one is almost as good as the art deco in the first, and yet, I fall for wood, stone, and metal tradition in the middle. Another great trio!

  10. I like the look of Carre Romain!

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