It's All In the Details: Entry Doors

As I said in an earlier post about entries being the introduction to your home's interiors, the entry door is just as equally as important.  Your entry door is another detail to the architecture of your home--single door or double doors, metal or wood, glass or no glass, iron or no iron, the door surround, the color, the hardware, etc.  It is the gate way to your home and it deserves some time.

 

 

Photo via Velvet & Linen

The decorative panel in the center is a great detail to this simple white door, and the transom is stunning.  The door itself is framed with wood side panels, transom, and a cast stone surround. 

Photo via Velvet & Linen

Love the simplicity, the door knocker and the greenery!

Photo via Pinterest

Old carved wood panel doors - look at the threshold, hardware and transom!

Wood, iron, and glass arched doors with a transom.

Vining Design

Leaded glass doors with side light and transom.

 

 

Carved panel doors, notice each panel has a different design.

 The transom with the iron design above is gorgeous.

Photo via Pinterest

This is a stunning ornate designed door frame, with extra-large door hinges and round handle.  WOW!!

 

 

Classic red door.  Love the door surround too--classic Georgian design.

Photo via Row House Nest

Who says a door can't have color?!  I know we typically see red, but Turquoise makes a bold statement!!

Gorgeous carved panels, each panel has a different design inside!!

Door hardware.  I love the combo of the metal lock/latch with the wood handle.

A combination of wood with metal accents on the panels.

 

I mean WOW!!   These doors are from my fabulous San Miguel de Allende and yep that is me!

The detail is so intricate and the fabulous stone door surround is gorgeous.

Vining Design

Glass and wood combination...simple but elegant!

 

Door hardware-backplate and handle.  Dainty and Gorgeous!!

 

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