Posts Tagged ‘furniture doors’

Since most of us have been staying in a good deal of the time, I thought I’d share some doors from our house. The first are on a cherry china hutch that my husband had before we met. It houses his collection of Waterford crystal (Lismore pattern) as well as various crystal and glass items from my grandmother and great-aunt. Those copper cups? They’re for Moscow mules. 🙂

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It’s Thursday again, time for Thursday Doors, brought to you this week as every week by our Norm, our Montreal doorman. Even though sick, he managed to share a unique door today. Thanks for your resolve, Norm, and feel better soon.

This the last of my doors and drawers from our pre-Christmas visit to the Art Institute of Chicago. There’s a variety of shapes and styles, so something should appeal to everyone. Which is your favorite?

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While my daughter and I wandered through the Art Institute of Chicago recently, I was on the lookout for doors and I found lots of them. I offer them for you today, especially for Norm and Dan as well as any other woodworkers.

I’ll be on the road or in Philadelphia until Tuesday, taking a last load of our daughter’s things to her before we move, so I don’t know how much I’ll be online. But I always appreciate your thoughts and I’ll respond eventually.

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Sorry, but “indoors” aren’t like in or out belly buttons.  These beauties are from the Art Institute of Chicago.  I did a post on some other indoors doors at some point in the past and perhaps that will show up at the bottom of this post.  But either way, enjoy the craftsmanship that’s on display here.

To get the World Wide Door channel, surf over to Norm’s blog up north in Montreal.  Once this week’s post is up, I’ll update the link to go right to this week’s Thursday Doors post.

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