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This brass door knocker really suits this lovely #FengShui red front #door

Like the shade of red and classic numbers. This brass door knocker really suits this lovely red front

front door color

love this color on the door - robin's egg blue. beautiful combined with the white and the grey painted brick.

Lock & Key

What doors do these keys unlock? By unlocking just one door, what adventure will you begin? These keys were left to you with a simple note " Find the door's to adventure. Unlock them, and live them.

Classic red door pops against gray

i love the Cape Cod feel. I am sure I will never live near water but I can dream. little red door

Red Door Knocker Photo by scilit on Flickr

Red Door Knocker Photo by scilit on Flickr

Blue glossy front door with brass hardware. Fine Paints of Europe Inspiration Hollandlac Brilliant Enamel Base

Mexican Door | bfarhardesign

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brass fox door knocker + teal door

brass fox door knocker + teal door love it for us fox valley dwellers

*black lacquered look, hall console, striped wallpaper

Shiny black lacquer chest of drawers with marble top, pin stripped wall covering, a framed black & white photo with a vase of magnolia leaves.

Crisp black and white entry - pediment, shutters, beams and lighting mixed with palms and potted boxwoods

Love a high gloss black front door. Painted black and white stripes under the patio; black door and shutters with a pop of shrubbery and green palms.

Modern iron door, traditional architecture. Design by Mike Hammersmith.

The World's Most Beautiful (and Unusual) Front Doors

On the Bright and Beautiful Side

Love the dark green! TEN BEST COLOURS FOR YOUR HOUSE. Front doors should be an accent colour. In other words, they should be a strong, dramatic, bold shade. Usually, your front door colour should not be repeated anywhere else on your house