Thursday doors…two-fers

Posted: May 30, 2019 in Thursday doors
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Philadelphia is home to so many doors worthy of Thursday Doors that it can be difficult to walk without constantly stopping for “just one more” shot.  Sometimes you get more for your money, though, as in these two-fer doors, unlike the ordinary single doors I imagine most of us have fronting our homes.  So sit back and enjoy twice as much for your time!  What catches your eye today?

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

© janet m. webb

Comments
  1. TCast says:

    Beautiful collection. Thanks for sharing.
    Regards, Teresa

    • Thanks for visiting, Teresa. Philly has so many beautiful doors so although visiting our daughter is the main reason I go, the doors (and other attractions) are an enormous bonus. 🙂

      janet

  2. conspicari says:

    Really like the faded green door.

  3. Nice, and I’m not sure I’ve seen doors with glass from top to bottom.

    • We have lots of doors with glass like that around here, but they’re single doors. While glass is nice and lets in lots of light, I don’t feel they’re nearly as safe and then for privacy you need curtains… 🙂 But they do look lovely.

      janet

  4. Sheree says:

    Love two-fers and what a great name!

  5. Joanne Sisco says:

    Whenever you get a city with an old history, there is bound to be some interesting architecture and doors to go with it 🙂

  6. ecopoet says:

    Old wood character

  7. Dan Antion says:

    These are great, Janet. I love the arched ones!

  8. Great red door and that reflection in the bottom door is really nice.

  9. Junieper2 says:

    Great post, Janet! Have to admit that often the doors with reflections are my favorite residential doors.
    Hope I didn’t thoroughly confuse you last week with how I do my posts – I do one for the next 7 days – beginning on Wed. – with all my challenges I contribute to, and another post on Sunday for my own All Seasons challenge which runs for 5 days.

  10. Sue says:

    Love that second one!

  11. Double doors always look so grand. That first red one is my favourite.

  12. Norm 2.0 says:

    Though it needs a good scraping, sanding and a fresh paint job I’m gonna give my vote to the teal/green one as well. But they’re all very nice and yes, curtains or frosted glass is the only way to go with these ones 🙂

    • I always wonder about bathroom windows that are large and made of plain glass. Even if I lived in the middle of nowhere, I wouldn’t feel comfortable walking in front of these before or right after taking a shower, etc. 🙂 I know these aren’t bathroom doors, but they made me think of those.

      janet

  13. Amy says:

    Beautiful set of door photos, Janet. I love the second one especially.

  14. slfinnell says:

    I especially love the lace curtains used in two sets you have here!

  15. Jet Eliot says:

    It is really fun to walk along those old slate and cobblestone Philadelphia sidewalks, to see the grace and beauty of former centuries still lively here today. Enjoyed this walk with you, Janet, and a look at the stately doors and the old brick, too.

  16. Sharukh Bamboat says:

    Lovely door pictures. I loved the colors and the style of the doors.

  17. marianallen says:

    Oh, those arches! Those colors! Thanks for the double-dip treats. 🙂

  18. My favorite doors are ones with arches. Great find!

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