Life and Knitting
at Willow's Little House
Now these are some intense doors! I think that doors and doorways say so much about a home, don't you? I have been enjoying your pictures. Hope you are getting all of your projects finished. Plus I hope you are taking time for yourself before the hectic school schedule begins. Take care.
Those are doors that would seem to belong at Oxford. They are old and heavy. Good picture.
Oh I love these doors. Look at all that great detail and the weathering. I want to go to Oxford especially after watching Bones last night...
Love these doors! They look massive. I really like the iron contrasting.Great find!
Look at that beautiful hardware! Gorgeous
Wow, those are great doors. I love all the metal work on them.
Hi Willow,I know you...you're Ellen B.'s friend. Thanks for visiting my blog this morning and posting a comment about my little tour of Tudor homes.Christmas is a bit off, but I will definitely be giving a tour of homes in all their Holiday splendor.You can still visit until then and beyond.Oh, your doors are fantastic! straight out of a fairy tale and I saw that your sweet little bunny got to visit them too. Lucky Bunn!Have a wonder filled day.Cori G.
Those door sure look like it would take a mighty arm to open and close them.If you get a few minute stop on by and the coffee is on.
I love the juxtaposition of the scrolls and the austere arches!
I really, really LOVE this Oxford door...all that curly ironwork decor is fantastic. And, of course, since you have us just a peek beyond, I want to go through it and see what's on the other side!
That's a great door, Willow. I love that tiny peek. You inspired me.
This is my favorite of all the doors so far.
Sandy is coming to help tomorrow. We will take it easy and get it done. Your door is another nice one!!
Willow,I just caught up on all of your door posts. Some of these are awesome. Thanks so much for sharing.Blessings,Mary
It probably leads to a court !
wow, great door! love the ironwork.
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