Thursday doors…random French doors

Posted: April 15, 2020 in Thursday doors
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  1. carylbeach says:

    There is something intriguing about doors, especially the ones that appear to have been neglected and battered by life. What’s behind the door, who has stepped over it’s threshold…great shots!

  2. jpeggytaylor says:

    A wonderful selection – and what a fine old stove! I love it 🙂

    • We were driving tiny back roads and came across a small, local museum; local as in it was basically out among farms with one house across the road. It had a treasure trove of old equipment and photos and yes, that stove is wonderful!

      janet

  3. Sue says:

    Love ‘em!

  4. That cast iron stove looks really cool, Janet!

  5. scr4pl80 says:

    Neat old stove and that bottom one looks like it would be cute in front of a gnome home.

    • Just reading “gnome home” gives me the shudders, Janet. I’m not a fan of garden/lawn ornaments of most types, especially gnomes and other cutesy things. Just a garden/yard grinch, that’s me. 🙂

  6. Ally Bean says:

    That last door is a delight. Cool juxtaposition between old and new.

  7. restlessjo says:

    An interesting mix, Janet 🙂 🙂

  8. Dan Antion says:

    I love the stove, and the door at #7 – that’s simply magnificent.

  9. Norm 2.0 says:

    The last one is a beauty, but that stove – oh my goodness that is gorgeous!
    Great post Janet 🙂

  10. Resa says:

    I like old things! Nice pics!

  11. Such attractively distressed doors, Janet. 😍

  12. DrJunieper says:

    Am ready for a cast iron cooking adventure, The last door is very cute!

    • I used to have a cast iron teapot that I set on the top of our wood-burning stove in winter to add humidity to the air. Alas, the stove stayed with the house when we sold it and we no longer have the teapot. Of course in Arizona, we don’t need a stove of that type. Our rental house has a gas stove, so we can have that feel in the winter, or “winter.”

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