Charming Entry Doors

I ran across some photos of a few really pretty doors to share with you from This Old House online. I love all the details of these old wood doors!

Photos: This Old House

Happy weekend everyone!

Remember, keep your eyes peeled and cameras ready for pretty Fall front doors and porches! They don’t have to be fancy or unique like these doors! Our Fall Drive By is coming up October 20th and Mr. Linky will be ready to link up your posts so save up your photos and be ready to go porch hopping!

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  1. LOVED this post!

    Susans last blog post..Something Wicked This Way Comes

  2. Love all of these unique doors! I think they are so welcoming and really give the personality of the home.

    Elizabeths last blog post..Pink 4 the Cause

  3. What a beautiful way to greet visitors!!!

    Jans last blog post..UPDATE…THE WINNERS ARE…Connie read the last lines…

  4. I love looking at doors. They can be so pretty and have such an impact on the overall appeal of a house. Can’t wait to see the porch parade!

    Kristens last blog post..The Game I Play

  5. I think a welcoming door sets the mood for the whole house- a little peek of whats to come. Great pictures-
    Have a great weekend.
    I’m getting ready for Oct 20th= fun. :}

  6. I love older doors! Our front door is pathetic (broken jamb from the windstorm) and ugly (our house was built 1974, need I say more?)…we can’t wait to fix it up! Our next door neighbors repainted their entire house and then painted their door red. That’s what we wanted to do. :( So we won’t be copycats, we’re thinking a deep plum for our front door…

    Mrs. Qs last blog post..Have A New Kid By Friday!

  7. Loved your photos (and you website)!

    I’m always taking photos of old doors. They beautiful and seem to tell a story.

    contrariwises last blog post..Tutorial: How to oxidize sterling silver using eggs

  8. Not only are these doors beautiful, but they are on houses that have beautiful stone or brick work. It’s unfortunate that most of American homes are from cookie cutters in suburban subdivisions. That being said, I’m thankful we have homes!

    Karen Bs last blog post..God is In the Details

  9. That 1st door is awesome! Thanks for sharing those pics!

    Darlenes last blog post..Custom Rug for a Nursery

  10. loved the doors, especially the first one! great timing for this post.. i have been trying to think of a color i want to paint my door and how i can convince my hubby of it! hehehe..

    brandis last blog post..WANTED!

  11. These are splendid! I love doors! You picked some fine ones.

    jeanies last blog post..Canada in the Pink!

  12. Love the hardware on the blue door. Thanks for the treat!
    Dee

  13. hi,

    The beautiful door…and also clear pic, keep the good work

    aries last blog post..Playing with Natural Light

  14. these are all so beautiful! i love a good front door…one that really catches your eye as you drive past!

    cynthias last blog post..red ain’t dead…

  15. Giving thanks and thinking of you this holiday weekend in Canada. I’m so grateful we met in the blog world. Thank you for all you do and share.

    Liberty Post Editors last blog post..The Gore Hotel

  16. I think front doors and the exterior entrance to a home is sooo important. These are absolutely lovely. Currently mine is disgraceful, but I have big plans for it. Now, if only I had a money tree. LOL.
    Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos.

    Suzann from Lavender & Rosess last blog post..All is Quiet on the Homefront (for the moment)

  17. Such lovely front doors. Sometimes I think that I should “dress” up my side door more, since that seems to be where most people who visit me come in. Come to think of it, why not?!?!? I am going to find a wreath-hanger for my side door this week! That will make coming home a little bit happier.

    See why I need you to inspire me, dear BFF!

    Love,
    Debbie

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  18. I just found your blog, sweet little chick, and can’t believe I’ve never been here before! Quite lovely. I adore doors also and repurposing old things with a bit of frou-frou. YessssssssSSS, I’m a girly girl and love PINK in all its subtle and vivid hues. Just PINK makes me happy. I have a PINK office and just am redoing a vintage desk. Drop by and take a peek if you have a few minutes. I can always give you a giggle, sweeptea!! Hah…….
    Smooches,
    Connie

    Connies last blog post..Vintage Desk – Step 2

  19. Oh, these are SO beautiful!

    One of the things I am looking for as I do my “drive-bys” is a good front door as a base. Then, it is more “accessorizing” than “decorating”!

    Your blog has also made me more conscious of my own front door & the impression it makes on people.

    Jinxs last blog post..Pumpkin Farm

  20. Hum. I guess I am the dissenting voice. In my opinion, the first door would better fit a chapel than a home and the last one is a jumble of materials, curves, angles and colors which fight with each other. The middle two are OK though a little too studiously different for my taste. But then Melissa, who has seen my front door , will tell you that I have nothing to shout about either ;-)

    Françoises last blog post..Green Card Adieu

  21. The green door is so whimsically fun!

    I am celebrating my 100th post tomorrow, please stop by.

  22. So pretty!

  23. Just wanted to say I love your blog, I don’t get to read it as often as I would like, but when I do and I snoop around there is always something interesting post be it an old or new one. Thanks for the good read!

    *am*s last blog post..My “Fat Friend” Lost Weight

  24. just charming!

    Joni Webbs last blog post..Cal-a-Vie: French Romance in Southern California

  25. Those doors are fabulous! I will have to drive around and look for some lovely fall doorways this week.

    Lisa @ Stop and Smell the Chocolatess last blog post..Would You Like Chocolate With That? ~ Chocolate Cinnamon Bread

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