Thursday doors…California doors (with vegetation)

Posted: November 18, 2021 in Thursday doors
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I think flowers and/or plants almost always enhance and I believe these examples from my recent (was that really only a week and a half ago??) trip to southern California prove my point. What do you think?

Thursday Doors 11.18.21

Comments
  1. Sheree says:

    Absolutely! All three look so much better with the addition of flora.

  2. My thoughts include I love the arching flowers in the first photo, and the double blue door is great. You did good!

  3. Dan Antion says:

    The plants and flowers do add quite a lot, Janet. Those big hinges are pretty sweet, too.

  4. Oh yes, they do add an inviting appeal to the doors and gates. I love the Turquoise gate.

  5. JT Twissel says:

    The only problem with flowers growing around the door is that rats like to hide in them! But they do look pretty!

  6. Resa says:

    Flora enhances everything. Lovely doors Janet!

  7. They certainly do! I think my favorite is the first one with the pink flowers.

  8. memadtwo says:

    Flowers are always welcoming. (K)

  9. Ally Bean says:

    The last door is quite sleek. I like it.

  10. It’s important to return home and find something fresh and happy to greet you – or to greet the visitor. That first one is guaranteed to lift the mood of the day. You also have that gift – just by being you.

  11. The first growth is glorious! The second door is most excellent even if it were alone in the desert. 🙂 And the third is… modern. 😀

  12. That second one, the garden door, is a specially lovely find

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