Yellow doors have pizazz or, in the case of this first door, pizazz and pizza. Almost the same, but the “z’s” make all the difference. Mangia! Or, since this is in France: Mangons!

Β© janet m. webb

These two door neighbors provide the perfect contrast and it’s easy to tell visitors which one is yours. I don’t envy the mail carrier who has to bend down every day to deliver mail through those slots, though!

While this Naperville door isn’t yellow or fancy, it’s certainly gets attention despite being set back. I’m not sure how you open the door, but maybe this guy opens it for you. πŸ™‚

This week I worked hard to combine Thursday Doors and Life in Colour: yellow. I hope you enjoyed the merger.

Comments
  1. restlessjo says:

    235 is hilarious! I wouldn’t mind living there, Janet πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  2. Sue says:

    You did a good job of merging, Janet

  3. Heyjude says:

    You did a wonderful job Janet. No 2 is very elegant, no 3 hilarious!

  4. peggy says:

    Love the doors. Not sure I would want a yellow door next to a black door. Perhaps the apatrtment owner with the yellow door wanted to make sure they were in the right entryway.

  5. China Dream says:

    yellow is such a fun and refreshing colour.. good morning!

  6. Ha ha πŸ™‚ You made me laugh!
    My kids are a tad too old now, but they would have loved a life-size Minion on our front door! πŸ™‚

  7. Dan Antion says:

    You did a great job combining these challenges, Janet, and you can’t every go wrong with pizza. I always like the side-by-side identical doors where people make their own statement. IT looks odd at first, and then it looks fine. The door at 235 would be fun to walk through.

    I hope you’re having a good week.

    • There are many of these side-by-side doors in Philly where almost all the homes are row houses. I’m surprised more people haven’t liked the pizza delivery motorcycle box but #235 seems to be pulling ahead.

      I’ve had quite good week and hopefully the weekend will be as good. How about you?

      • Dan Antion says:

        We are in the 40s and likely to stay there. Not warm enough to do anything ambitious, but good enough for a little walking around. Not much else on the agenda.

  8. Your hard work paid off! Well done, Janet. This like a chuckle sandwich, but with the chuckle being the bread with normality in between. πŸ™‚

  9. John Hric says:

    And that door blocking task would be the work of a minion. Neat.

  10. LOL! Love the Minion at 235! Good merger. πŸ˜€

  11. jazzytower says:

    You were successful in combing the two. I don’t think I have ever seen a yellow door in personπŸ™‚
    nice find.

    Pat

  12. jazzytower says:

    You were successful in combing the two. I don’t think I have ever seen a yellow door in personπŸ™‚
    nice find.

    Pat

  13. Su Leslie says:

    Love the doors, but the mail slots have me totally bemused.

  14. Resa says:

    I did enjoy the merger, thank you! Lol, that yellow dude is on the same humour level as the 4-eye dude I posted.

  15. Love the yellow doors, Janet, thanks for sharing! 🌞

  16. Love the yellow doors and that last shot in particular. After red, yellow is quite a popular colour in some of our cities, particularly period houses.

  17. Prior... says:

    good yellow doors and splashed of more

  18. Teresa says:

    I tried to find yellow doors in my neighbourhood but was not successful. Lucky you found three happy doors, Janet!

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