Thursday doors…an eclectic trio

Posted: April 7, 2022 in Thursday doors
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I’ve run out of relatively current doors so I’m going dumpster archive diving to Philadelphia, a city that always provides interesting doors. I’ve got a little of everything so everyone can hopefully find something s/he likes: wooden doors, metalwork, a side door, stonework, interesting windows, and more. What’s more eclectic than that? 🙂 Alas, I have no history for any of these doors but feel free to make up your own. Philly’s been around for many years, so you have a lot of choices.

The door and windows all present attractive glass and a bay window look always appeals to me.

Oh that all security would be this beautiful!

Flowers and vegetation make for a friendly look and take away the feel of being in a big city at least a little bit.

Thursday Doors 4.7.22

  1. peggy says:

    I loved all of these doors – they all have their own beauty. Good job of keeping up the Thurdsday Doors posts.

  2. Archives are fine – after all, doors are everywhere. Good choices, Janet!

  3. Dan Antion says:

    I love doors from Philadelphia. It’s such a beautiful city. That first photo has so many things to offer. I’d say you covered all the bases right there. That corner door at the bottom might be my favorite, but it’s a tough choice. You can dive in this archive anytime.

    • Philly has many beautiful doors, a good extra from any trip to visit our younger daughter. I haven’t been there since Covid, so hopefully I can get back soon for a visit to her but also for replenishing my doors folder. 🙂

  4. Sue says:

    Great set of doors!

  5. Sheree says:

    I loved them all too, particularly the second one

  6. Emille says:

    These door views have such beautiful details, Janet. Philly – heard much about it, but still have not visited it:) Happy weekend to you!

    • Good mo, Jesh. I’m glad you enjoyed the doors. Philly is a door lovers paradise as are probably New York, Boston, etc. happy weekend to you as well.

  7. I really like the top and bottom doors the best. The stone, windows, and the color scheme of the bottom doors and walls call me. It must have been really neat being there amongst all that history!
    It’s on my bucket list still as is Boston.

  8. Perfect for both challenges!

  9. JT Twissel says:

    I’m not a fan of big cities but you certainly can’t beat them for architectural interest. That first one with the three flags is a trip!

  10. de Wets Wild says:

    Of course you knew I was going to look for a door surrounded by greenery! Thanks, Janet!

  11. dennyho says:

    Interesting doors and buildings.

  12. memadtwo says:

    I especially like the last one–it looks friendly. (K)

  13. These are all cheerful-looking and interesting. Makes me wish to visit.